This month, we are helping a team of clinics from across the U.S, led by UCSF, answer questions about how COVID-19 impacts pregnant women and their offspring.
Today there’s really no reliable data on the subject.
The ASPIRE study sets out to answer these critical questions & frankly, as a fertility patient, you may be in a crucial position to help+.
Who Can Help
- You don’t need to have been tested for COVID-19
- You have a pregnancy diagnosed at a US fertility clinic and are 4 to 10 weeks along
- You’re 4 to 10 weeks along in a spontaneous pregnancy (missed period up to 6 weeks ago)
What Does Participating Entail
- Complete questionnaires and symptom screening, finger prick blood tests at home
- Submit information on the health and development of your baby through the first year and a half of life.
Options For Getting Started:
You can make a big difference here and help everyone trying to build a family during immense uncertainty.
If you qualify, we strongly think this is worth considering.
+A major question is whether pregnancy is impacted in the 1st trimester, a critical period of development. Often only fertility patients are closely monitored in that period.