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    Default Anti C antibody during pregnancy, what was the outcome?

    Has any one had Anti C antibody during pregnancy & if so what was the outcome?

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    do you mean anti D?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjamonkey View Post
    do you mean anti D?
    No I mean Anti C, It's rare!

    I don’t need any information on Anti c antibodies during pregnancy as I know it exists & my obstetrician has given me plenty of information on it. I just wanted to find out the outcomes from people that have experienced the same thing during pregnancy.

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    http://hospital.blood.co.uk/library/..._pregnancy.pdf
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    Do you mean anticardiolipin antibodies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luvabubba View Post
    Do you mean anticardiolipin antibodies?
    No sorry

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    Sorry I can't help you with that one then! Good Luck

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    Do you mean anti D? Never heard of anti C sorry.

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    are u rhesus negative? That would mean you would need anti d injections. I had to have them. Pretty much have to have them otherwise theres a risk of mum to baby blood mixing. Your body will build up antibodies to positive blood and it can make it difficult to hold future pregnancies. Thats not dictionary definition tho lol so hope it makes sense. I havnt heard of anti c tho!?!?

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    oh and i had a healthy baby girl shes over 3 and half now and no lasting affects just have to have anti d injections with each pregnancy thats if it anti d your talking aboout

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    I think u might mean anti-d antibody...

    Have you got antibodies? Is this your first pregnancy??? If it is, u shouldn't have any antibodies...

    Its generally not a big deal, you get vaccinated at 26w, 34w & then after birth if your baby is a + blood type.

    If u have any bleeding at all in the pregnancy you need to be vaccinated for that too....

    If not vaccinated your baby can become very I'll.


 

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