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the worst part was all of the blood they had to take from him.
My mw told me that there's HUGE debate around GBS protocols within the medical community. In particular, peds tend to want to see baby without abx because they want to know the exact dosage baby got etc. OB's think that abx are necessary to prevent transmission (at least here in Canada)
I know both good and bad stories about GBS but all of the bad stories involve care providers catching the GBS fairly early because it's actually easy to see in terms of how baby is responding. Since you're being followed by a midwife, you'll be followed closely and she'll pick up anything that's 'not right' anyway.
You've made a sound medical choice. Be confident.
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