This is not uncommon. Women giving birth are tested for strep before birth and many have it--- very common. It's called Group B strep. It's not sexually transmitted. It's probably in all healthy women in their vagina or rectum at one time or another and is harmless. If you have it around the time of birth, you're given antibiotics as giving birth with it isn't great. But otherwise, no worries. good luck
Okay thank you! Just wanted to make sure it wasn't anything to be worried about as I had no symptoms or anything wrong down there to suggest bacteria. If it is normal I will move on with my life, thanks!