Can an STD cause a miscarriage
A:Having an untreated STD during pregnancy can mean an increased risk of miscarriage or preterm delivery. See a doctor. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-an-std-cause-a-miscarriage ]
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- Can an STD cause a miscarriage
- Having an untreated STD during pregnancy can mean an increased risk of miscarriage or preterm delivery. See a doctor. ChaCha!
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- Sexually transmitted diseases can affect a person in any number of ways. Some STDs, such as Chlamydia, may have little or no symptoms, making those who suffer from the disease unaware that they even have it, often until after it begins to h...
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