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The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative , Rh resistant, Rh positive
Blood group antigen: Rhesus (rh) blood group is one of the more than 20 different blood group systems. One of the markers in rh system is "d" that is used in the terminology you inquired about. If rh d is present the person is rh positive and vice versa. See this site for more info (more than one needs) http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/books/nbk2269/. ...Read more
Dominant: Positive is dominant over negative. You get one gene from each of your parents, so you are either --, -+, +-, or ++. Only in the case of -- will you have rh negative blood. With -+, +-, and ++, you will have rh positive blood. This makes rh positive blood the most common type of the two. This can be a problem with a baby: if mom is rh pos (+-), dad is rh neg (--), and baby is rh neg (--): attack! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am Rh negative husb. is Rh positive,i had undeveloping pregnancy 7week,after miscarry i didnt have Rh antibodies,is Rh or thrombophil cause of loss?
Not from Rh: Rh problem does not emerge until after birth and not a cause for your miscarriage. Don't know what you meant by thrombophils. ...Read more
Group A and O: The different is one has blood group o+ - and the other has blood group a+. Group o has no antigen a and b, but has antibody to a and b. So, group o is a universal donor- and the blood can be given to people with different blood group. Group a has antigen a, and antibody b. So, can receive group a or o blood. Group o only can receive blood group o if needed any blood transfusion. ...Read more
Could RH neg mother carry RH pos father's baby to term? With shot given and 2 miscarriages? What's the possibility?
Had 2 miscarriages recently. I'm RH neg and babys father is RH pos. RH shot given both times. Any chance of carrying his child to full term?
MTHFR: Many causes are unknown. One that can be tested for is the MTHFR gene defect. Ask your obgyn or geneticist. It stands for methyltetrahydrofolate reductase. This gene controls the metabolism of folic acid and can lead to miscarriages if there is a problem with this enzyme. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not if first preg.: Rh sensitization usually occurs after delivery of a child who is Rh +, and mom is -. Fetal blood may mix with maternal blood. If not given Rhogam (antibodies against Rh + blood) her immune system will be sensitized to Rh+. Fathers who are Rh+ may be carriers of Rh - , with 50% chance of an Rh - infant with no risk. Even if sensitized, fetal therapy can allow survival of an Rh + baby. ...Read more
Antibody formation: At the first transfusion, nothing happens, but the person generally makes antibodies to Rh antigen and may have a transfusion reaction at the subsequent transfusion with Rh positive blood. If it is a woman of reproductive age and the baby is Rh positive, the baby may get hemolysis. ...Read more
Av test positive .Ra factor positive .Joint pain .Ccp antibody test negative.Raised esr.Plz diagnose my disease.
Cannot diagnose: Although these lab values are interesting, taken out of the context of your symptoms and findings on physical examination, plus further testing there is no way in which to diagnose over the internet. See a rheumatologist and get appropriately assessed. ...Read more
Father jean: Rh positive is from the father jean. ...Read more
5 wks, 28 HCG, RH shot given neg blood type, nauseous and throwing up, light red blood spotting, no pain, miscarriage still?
Blighted ovum: HCG 28 at 5 weeks not consistent with viable pregnancy. Was 5wks date based on last menstrual period? Nausea/vomiting likely related to early pregnancy symptoms. Have you had ultrasound? Continue close follow up with your ob. Unfortunately what you are describing seems consistent with miscarriage likely due to blighted ovum (egg fertilized but viable pregnancy never happened).Sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pre/post delivery???: In a o- mom, prenatal care will include tests to monitor babies status.A firstborn is unlikely to have major pbms & a shot in pregnancy can buffer any o-/+ issues.Babies who tests show changes that suggest a rh reaction in pregnancy are rarely seen any more due to these precautions. Early delivery ahd transfusions might be required in such a case to monitor anemia and jaundice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer