Dr Larisa on Impact of Lockdown on New Mothers | This Morning

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The nation may have been in lockdown, but in the last year over 600,000 babies have been welcomed into the world. But with women having to attend scans, give birth alone, cope with being isolated from family and friends, and some even having to face miscarriage alone, just what is the cost of the pandemic to new parents’ mental health? After witnessing the impact first hand, Dr Larisa joins us to answer viewers’ questions and access the help they need.

Broadcast on 15/04/21

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miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy during the first 23 weeks. The main signs of a miscarriage include vaginal bleeding, followed by cramping and pain.

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