Having chlamydia and gonorrhoea can put you at risk for complications during your pregnancy. You can have pre-term birth, your water can break early or even have a miscarriage. Your baby is at risk of an eye infection or pneumonia. Your doctor would need to treat you with antibiotics.
If you have herpes that will mean that you are likely having a C-section to protect your baby from infection. However, if your water breaks prior to your scheduled C-section, your baby can still be infected. If you have the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) will also necessitate a C-section to protect your baby.
Syphilis can be passed to your baby through the bloodstream. If you have syphilis, you are at risk for your water breaking early, having a stillbirth, or a miscarriage. You would need treatment in the first trimester of your pregnancy.
If you have trichomoniasis, you run the risk of going into labour early and having your water break early. You will need to be treated with antibiotics.
If you are positive for HIV, you can give that to your baby. You will need to have a C-section. You should not breastfeed your baby. You will need to continue your treatment throughout the pregnancy and your baby will need to continue the treatment throughout his first six weeks of life.