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foofyforever

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foofyforever

one day if i were to get preg. and if i am not having an outbreak at the time of delivery, will i be able to do natural child birth or am i now only restricted to a c section?

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beachday

I am pretty sure you can have a natural birth. Your doctor will probably prescribe valtrex for the last two months of your pregnancy to reduce the chance of shedding.

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JBnATL

Yes you can have a natural childbirth

I have been on several h chat rooms and have chatted with many h mothers. Evidently, your doctor will monitor you and put you on antivirals for the last few months of your pregnancy. Then the decision will be made on how you deliver.

Look to the right under "Life and Love" there is topic called "Having Children" I am sure that should answer most of your questions.

Good luck!

JB

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blue daisy

i am 37 weeks now and going on acyclovir (?) soon, so that i can have a vaginal birth.

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