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Pregnant in a pandemic? If you're stressed, there's help

  • Written by Monique Robinson, NHMRC Early Career Fellow, Telethon Kids Institute
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If you’re pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be feeling a unique type of stress.

You might be uncertain about how an infection could affect your unborn baby. That’s over and above the stress you might be feeling about the pregnancy itself, and its impact on your relationship, job or lifestyle.

But there’s...

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