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Pregnant & Vaginal Infect
Vaginal Infection 2 days ago Asked for Female, 27 Years Recurrence of fungal infection around vagina and Recurrence of bacterial infection around anus. I am 6 months pregnant now. I am meeting midwife for pregnancy. I am getting fungal infection & bacterial infection around my vagina & my anus. It is started 2 months before my pregnancy. I am getting treatment at hospital for the same. But I am not satisfied with the treatment as it is recurring for every 1 or 1.5 month since last 8 months. I want to know whether this will it affect my baby as preterm or not? What do I need to do to take care of my pregnancy.
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Hi, I can understand your concern, please check with Gynecologist and surgeon for detailed examination, You need blood tests, make sure your sugars are normal, needs culture of vaginal  swab and pus from the bacterial infection and needs to be treated with full course of antibiotics/ antifungal treatment. Your partner also to be treated if it is repeated vaginal infection.Infection in any part of the body and specially vaginal infection cause preterm rupture of amniotic membrane and preterm delivery.Please get it investigated and find some solution now only.
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