Treating Herpes Simplex in Pregnancy
parent has to be cautious during the third trimester of their pregnancy.
Since herpes simplex in pregnancy during the third trimester is more
dangerous and this may cause neonatal complications in the babies that
are born. Herpes simplex in pregnancy is better to be avoid and extra
precautions have to be taken so that the pregnant woman doesnt
get herpes simplex in pregnancy. The type of virus that mostly causes
herpes simplex in pregnancy is the herpes simplex virus 2 which is otherwise
called the genital herpes.
Herpes simplex in pregnancy may affect the skin, eye and mouth of the baby and also cause damage to the central nervous system sometimes. Medication if given early may help in preventing lasting damages due to herpes simplex in pregnancy. Herpes simplex in pregnancy before the third trimester is not dangerous to the babies that are born. If the pregnant woman is infected during the third trimester, she would not have produced sufficient antibodies against the virus, and hence this may affect the newly born baby, since there is no natural protection for the baby. It is better consult your doctor, whether you have herpes simplex in pregnancy. If a women has acquired herpes simplex in pregnancy the doctor who is checking that women should not use foetal scalp monitor, since this will puncture the scalp of the baby and allow HSV to pass through to the baby. The pregnant women have to inform the doctor so that foetal scalp monitor is not done.
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