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I'm also positive, and super worried(the internet can be scary!). But I'm told I shouldnt be worried. The bottom line is IV antibiotic during labor. My midwife likes to get in 2 doses prior to birth, they are given 4 hrs apart. I also dont have to be hooked to an IV pole during the whole labor, and can still be in the birthing tub, which is very good news.
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You don't have anything to worry about. You can check out this site for clarity but basically you just have to have I.V. Antibiotics. I tested positive too and wanted to bawl b/c it just didn't sound good. They reassured me that baby and I will be fine.
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I also tested positive for GBS. I wasn't too concerned about the antibiotics, but I was concerned about what would happen after delivery...would I still get to cuddle and BF my LO...or would he have to be taken away for testing. Other December ladies reassured me that it really isn't a big deal, and yes, as long as everything else goes well, we do get bonding time right after birth! (You can read the thread here)