I voted no, not a problem but if there was a 3rd option as pp mentioned, Its a problem, something I think about, but not something to deter me. The way this pandemic has been handled, it could realistically be years until we are out of the woods. I do not want to wait 2-3 years to have a baby.
My husband and I have been TTC now since [name_u]January[/name_u], 10 months. I became pregnant in [name_u]March[/name_u], right before everything shut down in the US. We were thrilled. Within a week of my positive test I came down with severe flu like symptoms, fever, cough, chills, the works. I had Covid. I ended up miscarrying a week later, [name_u]March[/name_u] 17. At the time I didn’t know a coworker was sick and I was in direct contact with him for a full shift, 5 days before I got sick, 2 days after my positive test.
Covid isn’t going to stop me, but when we get our rainbow, we are going to take it easy and stay to ourselves and be more cautious.