In addition to the stress you might feel about your pregnancy and its impact on your life, you might feel uncertainty and fear toward how the new coronavirus could affect your baby’s health and whether you’ll have a healthy pregnancy. For pregnant people, mental health services and professional support services are available to help manage pregnancy stressors during COVID-19.

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Today, the popularity and pervasiveness of social networking sites have made “slender media images” difficult to escape, and the pressures on people to look a certain way seems to have increased.

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Whether it’s your first or your fourth delivery, having a baby will mean significant changes for any woman. You’re making adjustments to your living arrangements to accommodate a new member of the family, your daily schedule drastically detours from your pre-pregnancy norm, and the physical differences in your postpartum body bring on an entirely new set of challenges. However, perhaps the most significant changes women experience after giving birth are mental or emotional.

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