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 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I wish to know if Erythroblastosis Fetalis is caused due to Rh -ve mother producing antibodies and thus secondary response against Rh +ve second child. Why dont we get a similar type of effect when an O group mother is carrying an A or B foetus. Even in this case the mother is likely to produce antibodies against the A and B antigens?

Nishant (Rajkot, India)

A: The antibodies are produced in the Rh factor & not in the A B O groups i.e. in mothers with O negative, A negative, B negative or AB negative blood groups when exposed to Rh+ve fetus.

Dr. Asha Paranjpe

Q: I want to know about the blood group matches because me and my husband are relatives and have the same blood group. Till now I have lost 2 babies. Can we take some injection? Please help me and give more details.

Shilpa (Rajkot, India)

A: You will need to see a consultant gynecologist who will see all your earlier reports & then be able to tell you about the chance of a normal pregnancy. Blood group should not be the problem.

Dr. Asha Paranjpe

Q: My wife is pregnant. If my Blood group is B-ve and my wife is A+ve, what could my child be?

Kartik (Madras, India)

A: Your child's blood group should be AB, A or B.

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