Prof Beverley Hunt OBE
(a) Vaccination in pregnancy, safety monitoring and other considerations - Dr Kenneth Hodson
(b) Learning from COVID in thrombosis and pregnancy - Dr Jahnavi Daru
(c) Evidence and options in HRT and blood clots - Dr Louise Newson
A DVT can occur at any time during your pregnancy, and although not common, pregnancy and postpartum are risk factors for thrombosis with events occurring in approximately 1–2 in every 1000 women.
Risk factors that may increase VTE risk in pregnancy and postpartum include:
RCOG clinical guideline: Reducing the Risk of Thrombosis and Embolism during Pregnancy and the Puerperium.