Anti D Injection After M C

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kelbabe - September 28

for those unsure, an andi-D is an injection that stops the baby's blood crossing with yours. this is needed if you are blood group rhesus negative and your baby is rhesus positive (the father is also positive) because of this difference in the blood your body may attack the child thinking it is a bad antibody. this injection is needed after the birth of your first child if the blood has mixed. then during pregnancy and after birth with any other children. anyway, i have this, and i recently found out you also need the anti-D if you have a m/c or abortion. because i had an early m/c earlier this year, i am now worried (because i didn't hve an anti-D) that with my next pregnancy, my body will attack it. leaving me with another m/c, stillbirth, or brain damaged child! it is to late for the injection now as it has to be done wihin 74 hours. if this does hapen to me next child, do you think i would have a case to sue? sorry, bit long. x

 

kelbabe - September 28

just wanted to correct myself, an anti-D doesn't stop the baby's blood crossing, it stops your blood attacking the baby when the blood crosses.

 

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