Hey everyone! I feel like I have been taken for a ride (and I am still on it!)...Basically, I am A- bloodgroup, meaning rhesus negative and my husband is O+. We have two beautiful, healthy girls aged almost 3 and 7 months who are both + bloodgroups. When I was pregnant with DD1 I developed M antibodies and she was born as yellow as a highlighter and stayed that way for months. She was never treated coz the docs overlooked the M antibodies - she is fine thank goodness. Second time around I delivered and they informed me that she had D antibodies in her system. They did several bloodtests and she was getting yellower by the second but 24 hours after birth they told me that the D antibodies had left her system. She escaped unharmed - just a little yellow. Anyway, my knowledge of isoimmunisation is that it moreso affects subsequent pregnancies so wanting to make an informed discision about getting pregnent with baby#3 I went to my GP who said that there is no word on my hospital discharge letter about isoimmunisation to D and I had a bloodtest that came up clear of the antibodies. Now I am confused as hell! Did I have them in the first place?? But then why were they checking her all the time? She has sent me off with a referral to an OB to discuss it. I delivered through the public system so I am not sure how easy my files will be to attain. So I guess I just want to know whether it is possible that I didn't develop the D antibodies afterall (I really want to have another baby) or is it not possible to register the antibodies unless you are pregnant? So sorry about the rambling, I am just confused!