Can BV leads to preterm labor or miscarriage?

Maybe. There was literature ~10 -15 years ago suggesting an association with premature labor but not miscarriage. Newer data would indicate not a preterm labor issue.

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Does BV always lead to preterm labor or miscarriage? What is the chance of these problems to occur if recurrent?

Infection. Yes. Untreated infection can cause damage to you and increase complications with the pregnancy. Read more...
No. Bacterial vaginosis, while increasing the risk of preterm delivery, does not mean it will absolutely happen. There is little evidence it has any effect on miscarriage rates. If you have chronic BV or recurrent bouts of the condition, then you need to talk to your OB about your concerns with regard to pregnancy problems and options for treatment. Read more...
No. Bacterial vaginosis is associated with preterm labor, low birthweight babies, preterm premature rupture of membranes, and third trimester miscarriage. However, most women with BV have completely normal pregnancies. Additionally, treatment can reduce the risk of some complications. Read more...

Is there fact to too much rubbing belly in first trimester cause increased body temperature that may provoke miscarriage or preterm labor? Doc said so

No. Rubbing the belly surface won't increase one's body temperature inside. The skin may get a little warmer where one rubs. Nothing unusual happens to the baby, because the baby is inside, at a stable temperature. So, if any baby problems arise, they are not due to rubbing the belly surface. Read more...

What are the chances of BV leads preterm labor?

BV. a study was done in 2000 on the pregnant women with diagnosis of BV, they randomized them into 2 groups, one received treatment for BV and the other group didn't, the outcome was the same in both groups, BV didn't increase the risk of Pre-term labor. . Read more...

How long can you have bacterial vaginosis for before it causes preterm labour?

Tough to say. Routine screening for and treatment of asymptomatic bacterial vaginosis is not recommended despite some studies showing a benefit in decreasing preterm labor. Treatment of symptomatic bacterial vaginosis is currently recommended mainly to treat bothersome symptoms. This is a controversial subject matter at this time. Read more...
It doesn't always cause preterm labor . Bacterial vaginosis is sometimes implicated in the evolution of peter latbor. However there's no data howi'll be done in jnjurnhohb. Read more...

Wean off Subutex in pregnancy ok'd.WorldHealthOrg: "1st trimstr = inc rsk miscarry, 3rd = rsk preterm labor". Is 2nd tri then safest option for fetus?

Highly variable. The biggest risk in coming off a maintenance drug for opioid addiction is NOT the harm to the fetus as much as it is the harm to the mother - relapse. There are no controlled trials of this, but the relapse rate of women who come off methadone is over 90%, and the use of street drugs, the crime necessary to obtain them, the adulterants and contaminants and lifestyle issues are what is harmful. Read more...

My partner and I are thinking of getting pregnant. However I was diagnosed with HSV 1 genital last june and I haven't had any outbreaks since. I've read I can't deliver vaginally and that I have a higher chance and risk of miscarriage and premature labor

Don't worry too much. Hsv is a common virus, so many before you have delivered healthy babies under similar circumstances. General rule is c/section if there is an active herpes outbreak at the time of labor/delivery; otherwise, vaginal delivery is fine. Many use Valtrex (valacyclovir) in the last month to prevent an outbreak. Read more...