Question by  JediPenguin (19)

How can you treat a bacterial infection during pregnancy?


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

Usually it depends on how far along that you are in your pregnancy on how the infection is treated. Most of the time your family doctor will prescribe you some antibotics that will help clear up the bacterial infection. Antibotics will not harm your baby and they will help you get better.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

If it is an external infection then topical antibiotics are fine to use. If it is internal, ask your doctor for a safe medication.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

If you develope a bacterial infection your doctor will provide you with medication to take that is safe for both you and your baby. You should never try and treat in infection during pregnancy without the aid of your doctor.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Always consult your OBGYN before taking medication of any kind. Go to the doctor and get medication. You can do other things at home to help fight the infection. Drink orange juice and take extra vitamin C pills. It will help kick the infection faster.

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