Pregnant women are at risk of having a baby. If you could be more specific in your question, you would likely get a more specific answer.
Answer: There are many different types of flu, some more serious than others. Most are not typically fatal to pregnant women. Pregnant women do have extra strains on their immune systems which can make it more difficult for them to fight off some types of infectious diseases. This is one reason that vaccinations are encouraged to prevent the flu in pregnant women. However, with proper care to prevent secondary bacterial infections and to control fever and dehydration, most seasonal flu does not impact pregnant women much more than non-pregnant women. That said, during the pandemic of 2009, the A-H1n1/09 influenza has shown that pregnant women are more at risk for contracting the flu and for complications and fatality than other demographic groups. Obstetricians are encouraging priority vaccinations for their pregnant or soon-to-be-pregnant patients.
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