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I just found out that I have anti-e antibodies in my blood. I am not pregnant yet but want to try if no problems?

I just found out that I have anti-e antibodies in my blood. I am not pregnant yet but want to try if no problems?

Antibodies & preg: Anti-e antibodies mean that your body will react against blood or cells with an "e-antigen" marker. First and simplest step is for your partner to have his blood tested to find out whether he carries this antigen. If he doesn't carry it, then it will not be a problem if you get pregnant with him. If he does carry the antigen, consult with a high-risk specialist in advance to manage & monitor. ...Read more

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I had anti-e antibody and healthy pregnancies then after 6 years recieve dianosis of ankylosing spondylitis and ms. Weird because all antibody tests are neg. Wrong diagnosis?

I had anti-e antibody and healthy pregnancies then after 6 years recieve dianosis of ankylosing spondylitis and ms. Weird because all antibody tests are neg. Wrong diagnosis?

See below: If you are concerned about the diagnosis, it never hurts to seek a second opinion which is difficult for us to do here without examining you, taking, a history, and reviewing your tests. ...Read more

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35 week of pregnancy, antibody anti-e (1:8).My blood group:ab ccd.Ee(rh pos), father b+.What does it mean?Why should we test the antogen of the father?

Rh is complicated: Anti-e ("anti big-e") is much less likely to be troublesome than anti-d (the common anti-rh antibody). You inherited two copies of the cde allele, one of several that you can get at your main rh locus, and the father of at least one of your children has at least one copy of an allele with a big e. Titer isn't so important as how junior seems to be doing before birth. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Is it ok to take 1 tablet of Excedrin migraine every day? Usually wake up in the middle of the night with a headache and take one Excedrin migraine ( I have had migraine since i was 22 now 57 but not as bad any more)

Is it ok to take 1 tablet of Excedrin migraine every day? Usually wake up in the middle of the night with a headache and take one Excedrin migraine ( I have had migraine since i was 22 now 57 but not as bad any more)

No: Migraines can occur during sleep. There is a higher incidence during later stages of sleep. It is important to talk to a neurologist regarding your symptoms to decide if these are truly migrainous and yoy may need an MRI to rule out other causes. Regular consumption of Excedrin (or most OTC meds) can lead to overuse analgesia headache which may be what you are experiencing now. ...Read more

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Hi iam 18 turning 19 and my height is 175cm. My father is 183 and my grandF was 186 and my mother is 170 i really need some tips or advice to increase my height. Just name the thing u advise and will get it.. Please ?

Hi iam 18 turning 19 and my height is 175cm. My father is 183 and my grandF was 186 and my mother is 170 i really need some tips or advice to increase my height. Just name the thing u advise and will get it.. Please ?

Depends on maturity: level, whether you will continue to grow or not. If you already have mature genitals and facial hair, then you may be past your major growth spurt and your genetic potential, and medications or special diet will have no impact. If not, your body will continue to grow until you reach full maturity. Healthy diet with adequate rest will serve you best. ...Read more

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Hello, sir i am 25 year old girl but look like just a 12 year old, i want to tell you sir that i live in india and it is so difficult for me to consult right endocrinologist for this rare condition, can you help me?

Hello, sir i am 25 year old girl but look like just a 12 year old, i want to tell you sir that i live in india and it is so difficult for me to consult right endocrinologist for this rare condition, can you help me?

Doctor can evaluate: If a woman is 25 years old and looks prepubertal, she can be evaluated by an Endocrinologist who sees adults, or a Pediatric Endocrinologist who is willing to see her; plus a Family Practice doctor or Internal Medicine doctor or an Adolescent Medicine doctor who is willing to see her. Most likely, blood tests will need to be done to check for problems such as hormonal disorders, plus a good exam. ...Read more