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Compatible Blood Types For Pregnancy
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Test for blood group and pregnancy are very different tests.
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No: I agree with dr garvey. The answer is no. But if a health care provider ever says the type is different from what was determined in the past, a patient should ask a doctor to review her chart. Also anyone ever needing a blood transfusion should ask to see the blood type on the bag before it is given. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When develops baby's blood type? At what stage of pregnancy? I have negative blood my husband positive
Conception: Blood type is determined genetically, so the baby's blood type was determined at conception. Since you are rH negative, if you have vaginal bleeding or a miscarriage you will need to be treated with a product called rhogam to prevent future immune responses to any future pregnancies. Read more
What will happen if you have a negative blood type and your bf had a positive blood type during a pregnancy?
Rh negative: If a woman is Rh negative, and the father of her baby is Rh positive, there is a good chance that their baby will be Rh positive. When a Rh neg mom carries a Rh pos baby, there is a good chance that at some point during the pregnancy, their blood will mix and cause the mom's blood to make antibodies which attack the babies blood causing anemia. Mom's take rhogam to prevent this. Read more
Unclear question: Did you receive blood transfusion? If you did your blood group would have been determined before the transfusion. Please ask your doctor for the result of blood group typing. Read more
I was told during my first pregnancy (which was when I was 16) that my blood type had went from O+ to A- can that happen?
What do you recommend if I had to have hemoglobin shots during and after my second pregnancy what blood type would I be?
Won't change: It will stay the same. "Hemoglobin shots" are actually iron, I'll bet. Read more
I`m pregnant, have rh-positive blood type and Coombs test is positive. It`s my second pregnancy, in first I had negative coombs. Will my baby be ok?
If you have an RH negative blood type, it's not your first pregnancy are you more likely to miscarry?
My blood type is o positive, and my husband is a negative. Will we have a+/- children, and would that make for high risk pregnancies?
Possible issue: I would not consider an a/o incompatibility issue high risk, but worthy of monitoring. In your lifetime you have likely been sensitized to the proteins on the a blood cells & your antibodies will cross into baby & boost his/her chances of having jaundice. Most do well without rx & some require some special monitoring & help. I can remember only 1 case in 3 decades that gave me any real trouble. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
How far along in pregnancy should you get Rhogam shot for Rh neg. Mothers. I had a mc and I had to get the shot could the blood type cause the mc.
Rhogam is for RH neg: For Rh-negative preg women, RhoGAM is usually not administered until their 28th week of pregnancy, and then again within 72 hours after delivery. It is also extremely important for Rh-negative women to receive this injection after any miscarriage or abortion in order to avoid future pregnancy complications. Blood type does not cause miscarriages. Miscarriages occur naturally 20% of the time. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5wks pregnant after a miscarriage 5mths ago, told my blood type is negative an will need a needle with my next pregnancy, why? Should I be worried? '
Don't be worried: All women who have a negative blood type should get an injection of Rhogam around 28 weeks of gestation and anytime during the pregnancy that they have bleeding. If the baby has a positive blood type, your immune system may make antibodies against the baby's blood. Rhogam prevents this. Its not something to worry about if you are getting good pre-natal care. Best wishes! Read more
If two family member wanted to get married with the same blood type, what is the chances of pregnancy and the baby for future? Does genetic test help
Had my second miscarriage in4 months a few days ago. I was 4-5weeks. Blood type A-. Didn't do RHO. Am I at risk for next pregnancy. My doc says is ok.?
Yes: If your partner is not A- you definately need Rhogam Read more