LINDSEY TANNER AP Medical Writer Some pregnant women fear giving birth with no loved ones by their side. Others worry about getting sick with COVID-19 and not being able to hold their newborns. The coronavirus pandemic has injected anxiety and uncertainty to an already stressful time and while science about risks is mostly reassuring, doctors want clearer answers too. "There is very limited information available," said Dr. Leana Wen, a George Washington University public health specialist. She wants answers as a physician and as a patient — Wen is pregnant and due to give birth to her second child any day. Her greatest fear is developing a COVID-19 infection or symptoms that would force her to be separated from her newborn for days or weeks. "I would only be able to see my baby thr
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