Does bacterial vaginosis, if treated, during pregnancy increase the risks of disabilities such as cerebral palsy

Unrelated. The fetus is rather well insulated from many of the health issues of the mother.Unless you have an infection with something that moves into the blood, like measles, hepatitis, etc., the baby is not affected by such things as bv, a sinus infection, etc. CP has many possible origins but this is not one of them.
No. No, BV is an overgrowth of bacteria that can in most cases be easily treated with antibiotics. CP is most often caused by the baby suffering a lack of oxygen during delivery.

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Can a woman have bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy and still have a healthy baby?

Fetal membranes help. The sac of fetal membranes that surround baby are essentially a zip-lock container that protects baby from lots of exposures. The only entrance to this is through the placental blood vessels. Once the bag opens, all external germs have a chance to start moving up to baby. Prolonged rupture(> 18hrs) starts to show an uptick of infection rate in babies during long labor & may show need for c section. Read more...

What is a good way to have sex with bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy?

When ready. Typically BV is pretty readily treated and in and off itself should not cause any problems with sex. Many people wait until the end of the 1 week antibiotic treatment to have sex, but following that it shouldn't be different than any other sex during pregnancy. Read more...

How can bacterial vaginosis causes preterm labor? If once it happened and treated for next pregnancy, what is the chance of repeat preterm labor?

B.V. and early labor. Bacterial vaginitis residing and multiplying in the vagina came cause white blood cell mobilization, irritation to the vagina, and effusion through leaking amniotic membranes into the uterus causing internal infection with resulting premature labor. Once it is treated effectively it is not a problem so have your OB assess the vaginal area regularly during your next pregnancy to eliminate B.V. Read more...

Are yeast and bacterial vaginosis common during pregnancy?

Yes! The hormone and weight changes of pregnancy make this a very common opportunity for changes in the bacterial flora of the vagina. This leads to the two most common infections of bacterial change, BV and yeast infections. Luckily both are easily treated by your doctor, np or midwife. Read more...