Pregnancy during Storm

Dr. Sergio Segarra, Chief Medical Officer with Baptist Hospital of Miami, explains if there is a high risk pregnancy, like a 32-week multiple pregnancy, then they need to consult their doctor, and they create space at the hospital.

He also says during hurricane Irma they had over 100 pregnant women, they had the auditorium filled and some deliveries. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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