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Bacterial Vaginosis During Pregnancy

Bacterial Vaginosis During Pregnancy

Detecting bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy is usually serious and is treated causiously, not with cryotherapy or a cone biopsy. In the US, many expectant mothers have BV that increases risk of complications. Women with this condition tend to have babies born early or with low birth weight. The bacteria that cause BV could infect the uterus and fallopian tubes. Detecting bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy is usually serious and is treated causiously, not with cryotherapy or a cone biopsy.

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Bacterial Vaginosis During Pregnancy

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Cryotherapy, Cone Biopsy

Expactant mothers who have this infection need immediate treatment. Regardless of symptoms, any woman that has a history of a premature delivery or low birth weight baby in the past should be tested for the possible presence of the infection. Detecting bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy is usually serious and is treated causiously, not with cryotherapy or a cone biopsy.

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