Study shows that pregnant women with Covid-19 may be at an increased risk of giving birth prematurely

Latest research from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that pregnant ladies with Covid-19 who are hospitalized might be at an expanded danger of conceiving an offspring rashly. Information demonstrated that 12.6% of live births among hospitalized ladies with Covid-19 in the investigation were preterm contrasted with 10% of births that were seen in the overall US populace in 2018.

In this examination, preterm births happened around multiple times more regularly in symptomatic pregnant ladies than in the individuals who were asymptomatic. The investigation gathered information on 598 hospitalized pregnant ladies with Covid-19 out of 13 states over the US between March 1 and August 22. The greater part of the ladies, 54.5%, were asymptomatic when they were admitted to the emergency clinic.