My daughter is rh neg, first pregnancy resulted in miscarriage. no rhogam given after. now 13 weeks pregnant and antibodies discovered. very worried.?
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Pediatrics 47 years experience
Needs monitoring: The presence of antibodies may or may not impact the current pregnancy. As long as the OB is aware of them & monitors their levels, a plan for appropriate care can be made.This is not as common as it was before Rhogam but still show up with some frequency.Sounds like time for a conversation with the ob.
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