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Group B Strep Prophylaxis: What Are We Creating?
A midwife and herbalist discusses the practice of (and in some cases, requirement for) the use of antibiotics in labor for women with group B strep and the potentially lifelong negative outcome for babies. She also offers some age-old alternatives to this regimen.
About Author: Mary Lou Singleton
Mary Lou Singleton is a mother, midwife, and herbalist who lives and practices in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is also a certified Permaculture teacher and designer with a passion for helping families live healthier, more sustainable lives. She welcomes feedback and collaboration and can be reached at 505-266-5762 or [email protected]. View all posts by Mary Lou Singleton