Can a streptococcal infection induce a miscarriage?

What's Infected? A vaginal infection certainly increases risk to the fetus. A urinary tract infection not so much and a lung or skin infection is unlikely to cause risk unless the infection gets bad enough to cause sepsis/shock.
That would be... Group b strep, usually, which is a vaginal bacteria rather than a respiratory one.

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Should I see a specialist for streptococcal infection, or can my regular doctor take care of it?

No specialist needed. Your primary care physician will be able to prescribe medication for your streptococcal infection. No specialist is needed. Read more...
Regular doctor. Most streptococcal infections are appropriately cared for by your regular doctor. Your doctor will tell you if there is something unusual about your case that requires a specialist referral. Read more...

Are the herbal supplements that can treat a streptococcal infection?

Not for Cure. There are no proven herbal cures for strep throat . There are pain remedies such as tae and honey that may help discomfort. Read more...
Possibly Garlic. Garlic has been shown to reduce the growth of staph and strep bacteria. If you are having an active infection, you should see your doctor. Read more...

What are the tests for streptococcal infection?

Culture. A swab of infected material such as " pus" is collected and send to the laboratory for positive identification of the bacteria. Read more...

What are the common symptoms of streptococcal infection?

Strep throat. Can present with any combination of the following: sore throat, headache, stomach ache, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, and fever. Other strep infections can present with sudden high fever, problems breathing (pneumonia), impetigo (skin infection), or lymph nodes that are swollen and very tender. Read more...