The positive serum fixed 1:1 antibody lasted for six years. Now I'm eight months pregnant. I didn't tell the doctor about my situation. Is it still time to tell the doctor? Will my child be affected after birth? Is there still time for blocking injection? What is the difference between playing and not playing. Does the child turn negative after an injection? Will the child turn negative without injection?
If you have been infected with syphilis and have been treated, it depends on whether there is a recurrence during pregnancy, that is, whether it is infectious. If there is no recurrence and no infectivity, it will not be transmitted to children. You don't call. It's really all right, but if there is a recurrence, it may be infected. Generally, blocking treatment during pregnancy requires the first three months and the last three months of pregnancy. All have to be blocked.
Hello, according to the situation you said, you can't hide the cure of syphilis and pregnancy. To be on the safe side, you still need a course of treatment of carcinomycin in in the third month and the seventh month after pregnancy. At the same time, you need to have a low-level review every month during pregnancy. After the child is born, as long as the titer is not higher than the low-level of the mother, there is no need for treatment. Regular observation is enough. It is recommended that you go to the local third class a hospital for expert consultation