This is part two of a two-part article. See part 1 here.
We began our discussion of natural pregnancy by considering how to choose a medical provider. We then touched upon which ultrasounds and scans are necessary, as well as things to consider when conceiving later in life. You’re probably not surprised to learn that there is much more to the topic.
Preventing Group B Strep (GBS) Infection
Approximately 25% of women carry a bacteria called Group B Strep (GBS), which lives in the vagina or rectum. When pregnant, there is potential for the mother to pass the disease to the newborn during delivery. 1 in 2,000 babies will be affected, which can create serious or life-threatening complications.
Screening for GBS takes place between weeks 35 to 37.
Today’s conventional modern approach to medicine consists of giving women intravenous antibiotics that kill the [...]