If you go into early labor, it is possible that Group B streptococcus (GBS) might be detected when your doctor does a pelvic exam to assess cervical dilation.
Since there will be no time to administer antibiotics and clear the infection before the actual birth, you might be advised to opt for a surgical birth.
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