Facts on pregnancy and feeding premature babies


Pregnancy and premature babies


There is a lot of speculation around COVID-19 and the risk of delivering a premature baby. Here are facts and advice provided by the WHO and other reputable organizations.

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Feeding a premature baby

This is a stressful time and no doubt you want to keep your premature baby as safe as possible while ensuring they get the nutrition and love they need to thrive. Here are some helpful facts, tips and considerations given by UNICEF to keep your baby safe while feeding.

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FAQ on feeding a premature baby


Frequently Asked Questions on feeding a premature baby safely while ensuring they get the right nutrition. 

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Nutricia shares the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendations on how to protect your baby, but also yourself, especially if you are a carer and in contact with older people or patients.


How to protect yourself and your baby or toddler

Nutricia shared the WHO recommendations on how to protect you and your baby, since you are their primary source of contact with the outside world.

Information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of a healthcare professional if you have any questions or concerns.