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STIs in pregnancy: risks and treatment options

STIs in pregnancy: risks and treatment options

Women's health

Pauline Handy
Lead Nurse
Sexual Health Services
NHS Newcastle and North Tyneside Community Health
Newcastle upon Tyne

While the incidence of teenage pregnancy fell by 4.9% between 1998 and 2007, it still remains the highest in Europe. Significant numbers of STIs and unintended pregnancies occur in the under-25s, but these have also been noted among mid-life women.

Bacterial vaginosis

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