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Genital Herpes In Pregnancy

Getting genital herpes in pregnancy is very dangerous for the child, if genital herpes can transmit during the delivery, but venereal wart is usually harmless. Anyway you need to tell you doctor about the virus. Thatís why if you are pregnant and have a history of the virus, the risk of passing the infection on to your newborn baby is extremely small. If the virus was caught on the first stages of pregnancy there is a danger for an infant as the virus can lead even to a childís death. Getting genital herpes in pregnancy is very dangerous for the child, if genital herpes can transmit during the delivery, but venereal wart is usually harmless.

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Genital Herpes In Pregnancy

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Genital Herpes, Venereal Wart

As a matter of fact, the risk is much lower for infants born from mothers with a previous history of the virus. The virus that causes the disease is easily passed from mother to child if the woman is infected with the virus for the first time at the time of delivery. Getting genital herpes in pregnancy is very dangerous for the child, if genital herpes can transmit during the delivery, but venereal wart is usually harmless.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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