"...Eclipse is a natural phenomenon but if you have your concerns then remain indoors and follow the precautions. At the same time make sure you do not come too harshly on your body. You will be following the instructions to make sure well-being of your baby likewise you should take care of your vital signs too.
Bottom line is, no eclipse, whether Solar or Lunar, has any effects on your pregnancy but following the customs and beliefs is your personal choice. Just relax and let the natural phenomenon pass by. It’s just a matter of few hours!"
"...Ann Mullen, Health Education Director at reproductive health company Cycle Technologies, says that to her knowledge there is no scientific evidence that a solar eclipse is harmful to a pregnant woman or her fetus. In an interview with Romper, Mullen concludes, "There are some myths around solar eclipses, but pregnant women should feel perfectly safe." New York OB-GYN Dr. Amos Grunebaum agrees. "A solar eclipse has no special effect on any pregnancy," he tells Romper.
The bottom line? Pregnant woman are almost certainly unaffected by the presence of a solar eclipse, but if you're worried, talk to your care provider about your concerns. If you prefer to follow Eastern medicine, you might be interested in some of the popular guidelines recommended. But if you want to experience the thrill along with everyone else, don't feel guilty about pulling up a blanket in a clear viewing spot. Just be sure there's someone to help you get back up when it's over."