Pregnant women are four times more likely to be admitted to hospital if they contract swine flu than the general population, American scientists have found. An article published online in The Lancet written by the scientists at the respected Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has quantified the extra risk swine flu poses during pregnancy for the first time since the outbreak began.
The analysis included 45 deaths in America, 13 per cent of which were in pregnant women and all were relatively healthy before they contracted flu.

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