39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hii i found a carrier of GBS infection...can anyone suggest whether it is a serious cause

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Answer: Hello! Most pregnant women who carry group B streptococcus (GBS) bacteria have healthy babies. However, there's a small risk that GBS can pass to the baby during childbirth. Sometimes GBS infection in newborn babies can cause serious complications that can be life threatening, but this is not common.
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