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Newborns and Herpes

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 31, 2006
  • 11:02 PM

Important Information:

If You Are Pregnant Please Get Tested For Herpes Virus-can Be Passed To Your Unborn Child. I Give This Information Because My Grandson Died From This Only 10 Days After Birth. His Autopsy Report Is Not Back Yet, But The Me Called To Tell Me To Get His Twin Tested For This And Other Viral Viruses. I Don't Believe That Herpes Is A Test That Is Given During Prenatal Care-all Mothers Should Ask For This Test, Because It Is Devastating To Have A Child Born To Only Die Days Later And Not From Sids. The Mother Give Birth Earlier Than Expected And By C-section. Do Your Homework And Don't Let The Doctors Tell You Not To Worry About This. If You're Not Sure About Your Partner Than Tell The Doctor This Information. My Other Grandson Is Not Of The Dark Yet, His Still Needs To Be Tested Closely And Possibly Regulary For Viral Diseases. Concerned Parent. Had They Tested My Daughter Earlier She May Have Been Able To Get Treated Early In The Pregnancy. A Mother Autobodies Is What Protects The Baby And Makes Them Strong, However, If You Deliver Early The Baby Does Not Get The Full Does Of Antibodies They Need. Please Get Tested!!!!

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