"In the eye of a pandemic, when there’s never been a worse time to leave home, let alone to need medical care, a dangerous thought has been burrowing in my brain."
At 37 weeks pregnant, she's found a new hospital and place to live.
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The actor shared a message on Instagram after the NewYork-Presbyterian health care system announced it will no longer allow visitors for women admitted in labor.
No partners. No doulas. Giving birth alone is hardly what these women had in mind.
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"The View" co-host said she was advised to limit the number of people she comes in contact with.
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"I try to force the vision out of my head of laboring alone in a hospital room where visitors aren’t allowed, hoping a doctor is freed up in time to help me to deliver."
"I couldn’t shake the feeling that the way I was treated, in a top-ranked hospital, still wasn’t right. ... It was the delivery itself that felt truly traumatizing."
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The model and body positivity icon recently posted the stunning shot after giving birth to a son in January.
"I fear I lost my sister to this idea that women’s lives are incomplete until they’ve been through childbirth."
The Duchess of Cambridge also said she "definitely would have done things differently" with her pregnancies.
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The singer and husband Russell Wilson celebrated becoming a family of five on Instagram.
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