Tratamientos para Infecciones en el Embarazo
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El tipo de tratamiento que reciba depende del tipo de infección que tenga. Las infecciones causadas por bacterias serán tratadas con antibióticos (medicamentos que matan bacterias). Su médico prescribirá antibióticos que sean seguros para usarlos durante el embarazo. Para otros tipos de infecciones, su médico podría prescribir otros tipos de medicamentos. Para algunas infecciones, particularmente virales como CMV y quinta enfermedad , no hay medicamento disponible. En estos casos, su profesional en el cuidado de la salud monitoreará cuidadosamente su salud y la salud de su bebé en desarrollo.

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Last Reviewed septiembre 2012



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