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Should I talk to my doctor about my chorioamnionitis symptoms?

Treatment of chorioamnionitis can reduce your chance of developing complications, so it's important to start a dialogue with your doctor if you are experiencing fever, vaginal discharge, a fast heartbeat, and/or abdominal pain. You should also talk to your doctor about any vaginal infections you may have. These infections can travel up the reproductive tract to the womb.

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