Current evidence from the UK suggests that pregnant women are no more likely to get COVID-19 than other healthy adults, but they are at increased risk of becoming severely unwell if they do catch COVID-19, and are more likely to have pregnancy complications like premature birth or stillbirth. You can find the answers to frequently asked questions about the risks of COVID in pregnancy on The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) website. We recommend that you read the information on the RCOG website before staring treatment so that you can plan for a safe pregnancy.
We hope this reassures you, but we of course realise that you may have your own personal reasons for wanting to delay becoming pregnant. If you are worried, please speak to the team at your CARE clinic, and we will help you explore your options, including the possibility of creating and freezing embryos for when you feel ready for a frozen embryo replacement cycle.