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Question: I am 17 week pregnant.Is urine infection harm to baby

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Answer: yes, if it is untreated then UTI will affect the placenta also.( high UTI leads to still birth ) so consult a docter take plenty of water perinel hygeine cranberry juice is best home remedy. in my 1st trimester i used cranberry juice for UTI.
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