As two late 20s early 30s healthy adults, both vaccinated with two dosages of Moderna more than 6 months ago, we suspect a pregnancy (wanted!). We've heard that being ill with Covid-19 increases the chances of losing the baby.

Is there any foundation for those rumors? It's on early gestiation, late, or both?

We are gathering information to know if we must go full nuclear and isolate ourselves completely during christmas, or if we don't really risk much gathering (only unmasking during meals). We are sure everyone coming is vaccinated.

Are there other even greater risks for the fetus, related to the mother becoming infected with covid-19?

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