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She can also try some wholistic treatments for GBS. Google "garlic suppositories." Garlic is a natural antibiotic and used as a suppository vaginally it is supposed to get rid of GBS. If I had tested positive on a previous pg, I'd do the suppository protocol (typically a week or two, depending on what you read) before the test, then every few days after that to keep GBS at bay. If I still tested positive (which I shouldn't), I'd look into using a Hibiclens wash during labor/ before delivery. Google "Hibiclens douche." Most OBs probably wouldn't be fans of it, but midwives & birth centers should be.
That said, even if she has GBS and goes the traditional antibiotics route, that's no reason to be confined to the bed.
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