that sounds odd and hard to believe ask your dr hun
No Group B strep would not prevent you for delivering vaginally, she would just need to get at least 1 dose of antibiotics while in labour.
Typically they will give you antibiotics while you are in labor. Some doctors DO prefer to do a c-section, it isn't typically NECESSARY though.
I had streph & wit both my babies n I had them normal(vag) they never once meantioned a csection cuz of it... she's blowing smoke out her bottom lol...
And if she hasn't been to the dr like she's suppose to than she might not knw what kind of meds she needs if she goes into labor n her dr isn't around or she's somewhere else...
i had strep last preg and I had a normal vaginally delivery. they just gave me antibiotics during labor. c-section was never brought up.
Thanks that's what I thought! Ugh this girl is such a mess.
I tested positive for it twice last pregnancy and was just given antibiotics when I went into labor. It's rare for it to pass to the baby, BUT if it does, it's very serious. But a csection is not necessary, unless that's what the woman wants. With my first I was never even tested for it so I have no clue if I had it then or not and delivered vaginally. Just depends I guess!
I had it for all four of my pregnancies and all they did was give me antibiotics during labor and delivery through the iv bit last time since I delivered so fast (under 45 mins ) I got a I m shot of antibiotics. all my babies were fine the only that was different was my Dr kept me in thw hospital for 72 hrs instead of 48 hrs but that is thw policy for my dr office and hospital.