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If I am pregnant and have a negative Rh factor and my child has a positive factor. What does it mean for us?

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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: RhoGAM

You'll need injections of rh-immune-globulin (rhogam) at one or possibly more scheduled times in the pregnancy.
It's been a standard part of prenatal care for many years, ask your OB doctor when you see him/her.

In brief: RhoGAM

You'll need injections of rh-immune-globulin (rhogam) at one or possibly more scheduled times in the pregnancy.
It's been a standard part of prenatal care for many years, ask your OB doctor when you see him/her.
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