Dr Ranj Singh straightened out about pregnancy during pregnancy coronavirus.
Personality and showbiz doctor, 40, answered questions that people burned on Heart radio on Wednesday morning.
He spoke to Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston while they entertain the nation.
Ranj eliminates the fears of pregnant women as they prepare to give birth in an unprecedented period.
Women have voiced their concern that they cannot have a maternity partner during the birth of their unborn baby.
But the doctor revealed what really happened during active labor.
She says: “[You can have] One partner gives birth during active labor. “
A&E Heroes explained that there were several conditions.
Ranj determined that women who gave birth would not be allowed to be with them before and after birth due to a coronavirus pandemic.
That Dance Tightly The star also said that couples who give birth must wear masks and gloves.
Amanda joked that her husband was wearing “all the equipment” when he gave birth to his daughters.
But doctors say someone who shows symptoms of a coronavirus will not be allowed into the ward under any circumstances.
Ranj said: “However, [the birthing partner is] rules that depend on the time of delivery.
“You may not be able to have a partner before and after.
“Childbirth partners will wear masks and gloves. If they have symptoms [of coronavirus] they can’t [be your birthing partner]. “
Dr Ranj said applauding the NHS had improved the morale of everyone in the hospital.
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