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Fith Disease in Pregnancy

Were you looking for information on Fifth Disease and Pregnancy? Fith disease in pregnancy is a common misspelling and variation of fifth disease and pregnancy.
 
There are generally no serious complications for a pregnant woman who has fifth disease, and her unborn baby usually has no problems. In rare cases, however, fifth disease during pregnancy can cause the unborn baby to have severe anemia and may cause the woman to have a miscarriage. When monitoring women in such cases, healthcare providers may increase the frequency of doctor visits and perform blood tests and ultrasound examinations to monitor the health of the baby.
 
(Click Fifth Disease and Pregnancy to read the complete eMedTV article. It explains what a woman should do if she is infected while pregnant, how to avoid transmission, and more.)
 
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