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SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies From Vaccination During Pregnancy May Transfer to Fetuses
Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 were found in the blood and cord blood of people vaccinated during pregnancy.
More Evidence That COVID-19 Vaccination While Pregnant Likely Protects Children
Blood and breastmilk from vaccinated women contain antibodies that may protect infants in first months of life
Exposure to COVID-19 In Utero May Affect Birth Weight
COVID-19 during pregnancy can lead to changes in infant birth weight and weight gain during the first year of life
Evaluating the Safety of COVID-19 Treatment During Pregnancy
A small study has confirmed that Paxlovid is a safe treatment for pregnant people with COVID-19.
How Does COVID-19 During Pregnancy Affect Child Development?
Babies of people who had COVID-19 while pregnant are more likely to be diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders in the first 12 months.
How COVID-19 and Community Violence Affect Mothers and Babies
A new study investigates the toll of COVID-19 and police violence on pregnant people and babies in Black communities.
COVID-19 Linked to Higher Risk of Pregnancy Complications
Research supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Center for…
More Evidence That COVID-19 Vaccines Do Not Cause Infertility
A large study found that vaccination did not affect couples’ ability to conceive — but having COVID-19 did.
How COVID-19 Affects Pregnancy
If you are thinking about getting pregnant or are pregnant, you may have lots of questions. Learn about NIH’s ongoing research to answer these…
Do Some Babies Have a Higher Risk of Severe COVID-19?
Early data suggests that sex of the fetus affects amount of COVID-19 antibodies crossing the placenta
COVID-19 Vaccination During Pregnancy Likely Benefits Moms and Babies
Natural transfer of antibodies may protect newborns