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Group B Strep Infection (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

Pregnant women should call their physician promptly if they have fever or abdominal pain. Newborns and infants should be seen by a medical provider if they have fever, trouble breathing, or appear listless. Nonpregnant adults should seek medical attention for fever, shortness of breath, or other general signs of infection.

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