Group B strep
None of these - intact membranes prevent any microorganisms from infecting babies in utero
A, b, and c - all of these as well as some other microorganisms can cross intact membranes and infect babies in utero
Hot dogs (unless heated until steaming hot)
They are diseases not infections
Sex isn't the only way they're spread
They are only found in the gastrointestinal tract
They occur naturally in the body
Across the placenta
After prolonged rupture of the membranes
During birth from the birth canal
If the mother is infected there is a 10-15% chance of fetal infection.
65% of women who get chickenpox develop pneumonia.
Infection with chickenpox in the later stages of pregnancy can cause premature delivery.
If a pregnant women has chickenpox during the first or early second trimester, there is a risk that the baby might have birth defects.
Around the 12th week
Around the 28th week
Around the 35th week
Immunities are not passed to the baby; they develop their own
This is the routine prenatal dipstick check that it usually done at each prenatal visit.
In the US and some other countries, it's routine to culture a pregnant woman's urine for bacteria early in pregnancy.
Bacteria in a pregnant woman's urine is not potentially harmful for her unborn baby.
Bacteria in a pregnant woman's urine can indicate that there is a heavy amount of the bacteria where it can harm the unborn baby.
Both A and C
Both B and D