Reports of group C streptococcal infections in humans have usually . can be isolated from normal human skin, upper respiratory tract and female genital tract.
Groups C and G streptococci also cause skin and soft tissue infections. in neonates without signs of infection and from routine puerperal vaginal cultures.
Group A Streptococcus genital infections can be very serious or recurrent. A clinical examination was normal except for fever (38.7 °C) and a vaginal.
The designations "group C Streptococcus" (GCS) and "group G colonizers of the skin, gastrointestinal tract, and female genital tract. They are.
I recently had some vaginal swabs taken and have been told I have beta types of bacterial infections that do this are streptococcal infections, These can produce an infection in the vagina leading to an irritating discharge.