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Group B strep test

Although it usually causes no concern, group B streptococcus is a type of bacteria that can lead to complications during childbirth. Learn more about the group strep B test.

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Routine antenatal tests

During your pregnancy, you'll be offered a range of tests, including blood tests and ultrasound scans.

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Pregnancy at week 36

Your baby will by now be curled up and cramped inside your uterus and weigh about 2.5kg. Your bump may have moved down, putting pressure on your lower abdomen.

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Pregnancy screening Group B Streptococcus (GBS) - Maternal, child and family health

The Pregnancy screening for Group B Streptococcus (GBS) consumer brochure provides information to all pregnant women on screening and recommended treatment for GBS.

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RANZCOG - Group B Streptococcus

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) is dedicated to the establishment of high standards of practice in obstetrics and gynaecology and women’s health.

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Group B streptococcus and pregnancy - myDr

Group B streptococcus (group B strep) is a common bacterium that is found in the body. It is usually harmless in adults. Sometimes, however, a woman who has group B strep can infect her baby during delivery.

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Preterm labour - myDr

Going into labour before your 37th week of pregnancy is called preterm labour, or premature labour. Find out what it means for you and your baby.

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