Herpes infection in a newborn is a potentially life-threatening condition that can have last neurological consequences if not treated adequately in time. Here we will discuss the tell-tale signs of this disease.
A positive diagnosis with HSV-2 in an expectant mother can be a major source of concern. With neonatal herpes being potentially fatal, how likely is it that they will contract it in the womb and how can we best prevent it?
You have heard that genital herpes can never truly be cured and remains with you for life. It resurfaces when your body is vulnerable and you worry whether this could have an impact on your future child. Let's look at the facts on pregnancy and herpes.
You are faced with an important decision in light of recent genital herpes infection; how will my baby be delivered? Here we will examine the pro and cons between our two options.
Taking any kind of medication during pregnancy causes one to pause with apprehension. Weighing the risks of the untreated herpes infection versus the potential effects of the treatment, which is the safest option for your child?
Genital herpes during pregnancy is often uncomfortable, especially as the delivery date draws near. We will discuss the likelihood of transmitting herpes during birth and what steps can be taken to reduce that risk.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers may be a true lifesaver for pregnant women who are scared, alone, and need help to continue a surprise but wanted pregnancy. They also have a darker side, however. What is the real agenda of these centers?
With HSV-2 being the one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, the chances are you know somebody who has been infected. But with symptoms often being ambiguous, many expectant mothers are unaware of this. Should they consider testing?
Genital herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases which means that the risk of catching it for the first time or reappearing during pregnancy is on the rise. How should you best safeguard your baby from it?
Bleeding gums are extremely common in pregnant women. In this article why they occur, how they can be prevented, and whether they are associated with an increased risk of early labor. Read on.