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Can a streptococcal infection induce a miscarriage?
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Andrew Hoffman
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In brief: That would be...
Group b strep, usually, which is a vaginal bacteria rather than a respiratory one.

In brief: That would be...
Group b strep, usually, which is a vaginal bacteria rather than a respiratory one.
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