Maternal Infectious Diseases

Most common maternal infections (eg, UTIs, skin and respiratory tract infections) are usually not serious problems during pregnancy but infections that caused due to cytomegalovirus infection, herpes simplex virus infection, rubella, toxoplasmosis, hepatitis B, and syphilis can damage the foetus.

Few maternal therapies which commonly used antimicrobial agents preclude continuation of breastfeeding and with therapies of some antibiotics (tetracycline, aminoglycosides or quinolones) is not an indication to withhold breastfeeding.

Breast milk can be also a source of maternally derived for the commensal and pathogenic microorganisms; there are very few maternal infectious diseases which may transfer from mother to born child and some infections which cessation or interruption of breastfeeding.

 

  • Maternal infections
  • Preventing disease transmission before birth
  • Maternal Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Sexual transmission diseases
  • Blood-borne transmission diseases

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