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what happens if i'm rh negative and my b/fs rh negative do i still need the micrhogam (rho immune globulin) shot?

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Dr. Michael Rupp
Allergy and Immunology 21 years experience
No: No if you are both Rh- then the baby will be negative as well. If however, you had a child previously with a different partner who was Rh+ and the baby was also Rh+ then you might need one just to be safe. You should discuss this with your OB.

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