Pregnancy changes our bodies in a whole host of ways. But while most of these changes are completely natural, if you develop Bacterial Vaginosis while pregnant, it’s important to see your healthcare professional.
If you notice BV symptoms during pregnancy, there’s a chance they may lead to complications or secondary infections, so it’s best to get them checked out right away.
These complications include the risk of premature birth and miscarriage. But the risk is still small, and most pregnancies will not be affected.
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