How can a child become infected with gonorrhoea, Biology

How can a baby become infected with

(a) gonorrhoea,

(b) syphilis

 

(a)  During birth, a baby might be become infected with gonorrhoea bacteria as it passes by the vagina of an infected woman.

(b) Syphilis bacteria can pass by the placenta and infect the fetus before birth.

 

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