Covid 19: ‘Giving birth in 2020 was isolating and lonely’

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Ladies have spoken about how they gave delivery in “nightmare” circumstances because of the pandemic restrictions.

Sophie’s child Margot was born at 38 weeks and instantly taken to intensive care at Whipps Cross Hospital in east London as a result of she wanted to be resuscitated.

Though Sophie and her associate have been capable of go to briefly a few hours later, after 24 hours they have been moved off intensive care and to a ward, the place there was no visiting in August 2020.

Margot was on the ward for every week and Sophie was alone and exhausted attempting to take care of her, with no person even to carry the new child, and midwives unable to assist as a result of they have been so busy.

Whipps Cross Hospital stated: “We sympathise with households over the visiting restrictions put in place in the course of the pandemic. Sadly, nationwide pointers on the time meant that birthing companions have been solely allowed throughout labour.”

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