Top 20 Doctor insights on: Do need rhogam shot during my second pregnancy
What did your OB say: If you have no invasive procedures, it will be given at 28 weeks. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
My earlier blood group test turned out false and during 32 week of pregnancy I discovered to be O- Father is O+. is it too late to have RhoGAM shot?
My sister in law has polycystic ovarian syndrome and type o negative. She had her first miscarriage during the 24th week of her first pregnancy. She didn't recieve rhogam shot then got pregnant for the 2nd time and now she has a miscarriage again 4hrs. Ago. I
Get rhogam: No question is asked. I will assume the question is whether to have Rhogam now. The answer is yes. ...Read more
Will getting the rhogam shot help with the next pregnancy if I've previously had two miscarriages?
Rhogam: If you are Rh Negative, then rhogam is indicated by 2nd trimester to decrease the risk of inducing red blood cells break down (hemolysis) in the fetus. Close follow up with maternal fetal medicine (high risk pregnancy) specialist will be needed. ...Read more
Rhogam: When a mother with rh- blood has a baby with rh+ blood, the immune system of the mother will make antibodies against the baby red cell at delivery and will stay in the mother's blood and if another baby of rh+ is conceived this baby will be attacked in utero, Rhogam prevent the mother from making antibody angainst the bady, s blood thus prevent attack to the next rh+ baby. ...Read more
Yes: So u do not get sensitized as this could be very bad for an unborn fetus and it will make it very hard in the future for u to be typed if u need blood. ...Read more
I had to have a pregnancy terminated. I'm Rh neg but I didn't get my rhogam shot until 81 hours after. Could it still work? When can I find out?
It still could work: Rhogam can work up to 96 hours, so you have a good chance of being protected. You need an antibody screen drawn in about 6-8 weeks to be sure. Good luck! Dr. S ...Read more
Second pregnancy I'm rh- first son is a+ got my first rhogam shot at 28 weeks with him with this pregnancy when should I get my first rhogam shot?
Ask your Ob: Your OB / midwifeshould be aware and have a plan. Best to ask him/her. ...Read more
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 more
Can I have RhoGAM shot in week 29/30 instead of wk 28 (my 1st pregnancy)? I made prior travel plans, but my obgyn insists it MUST be exactly at 28 wk.
Yes: It's ok to delay it by one to two weeks. The point of the shot is to bind up any fetal blood that might mix with your blood if you happen to deliver early so that your immune system can't form antibodies against it if it is different from yours. ...Read more
What's the time frame for rhogam shot? I am 28 weeks but my ob still haven't done it. Previous pregnancies I had to have it at 28 weeks!
Usually 26-28 wks: Rhogam typically offers about 6 weeks of coverage and it is generally recommended for rh negative women for "antepartum prophylaxis" at 26-28 weeks. It can certainly be given at 29, 30 weeks but I would discuss this with your OB provider-express your concern and ask if they have a different protocol plan. If so, why etc. ...Read more
Rh- I Had a Miscarriage I got the rhogam shot then now I am 28w I haven't received it yet for this pregnancy Is it safe to get it after 28w? Scared
Strict time line: There is a strict time line for the administration of rhogam. If it is not given at 28 weeks, the potential beneficial effect may be diminished or there may be no benefit at all. ...Read more
Rhogam shot for miscarriage. Will this protect my future babies from harm until 28 weeks of pregnancy?
Should do: Good that you took it after miscarriage, within the timeframe, once pregnant again, please have good prenatal care from day one, good luck ...Read more
How far along in pregnancy does a rh- mother get rhogam shot? What are some tips for ttc after mc?
RhoGam vs Godzilla: When Rh-neg blood may be exposed to Rh-pos blood, commonly during pregnancy and blood transfusions. For a first pregnancy, not until the 28th week of pregnancy and again within 72 hours after delivery. For every subsequent pregnancy it will need to be administered at regularly, especially during the second half of the pregnancy. Also after any miscarriage or abortion in order to avoid future problems ...Read more
I am RH- & 6 weeks pregnant. Father is RH+. I suffered two previous MCs with an RH+ man & did not receive a RhoGAM shot. Does this put my current pregnancy at risk? Or am I ok to have the shot at 28 weeks? Please help!!
Needs early treatmen: You need to see a perinatologist specialy with your prior history ...Read more
After delivery: In this is your first Rh positive baby and you are Rh negative, Rhogam is customarily given after the delivery and assurance that the baby has a Rh positive blood type to prevent you from forming antibodies for your next Rh positive baby during pregnancy which can be harmful to the fetus. ...Read more
Had 2 miscarriages since my last rhogam shot think I may be preg again do I need the shot or is it too late?
Probably not: You should be evaluated for the need for Rhogam anytime you bleed during a pregnancy. At this time, you need to have a test for Rh antibodies that is standard with your first OB labs. If it is negative, you would only need Rhogam in early pregnancy if you bleed. You would then get a Rhogam shot at about 28 weeks routinely. See your OB. ...Read more
Rhogam shots: "Rhogam" is immune globulin given to Rh negative women after a pregnancy. The Rhogam shot is in fact Rh positive antibodies, and if the "antibody screen" is done soon after a Rhogam, a "positive antibody screen" will result. This does not mean the individual is in fact "Rh positive", and is only the result of the Rhogam shot. ...Read more
After having a baby and I'm b neg blood type and I didn't get a rhogam shot can I still get pregnant or what will happen?
Depends: If the first baby was rh negative you did not need rhogram and there will be no problem with a future pregnancy. If the baby was positive you could form antibodies to a future baby which can destroy that babies red blood cells and harm or kill a future baby. Check with your OB and see. Most likely you did not get Rhogam because the first baby was rh negative. ...Read more
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