Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My blood group is o- negative my husband blood group is a positive... If any problem?
Answer: Yes....I m also a negative...ap starting se how dctr ko btaae...ydi apki first pregnancy h to..dctr..apko isi ke acrdng treatment dengi..
Question: Hi madam... My husband blood group is A+....my group O negative....is there any problem in my 2nd pregnancy???
Answer: Yes. During pregnancy, problems can occur if you are Rh negative and your fetus is Rh positive. When a woman is Rh negative and her fetus is Rh positive, it is called Rh incompatibility.
If the blood of an Rh-positive fetus gets into the bloodstream of an Rh-negative woman, her body will understand it is not her blood and will fight it by making anti-Rh antibodies. These antibodies can cross the placenta and try to destroy the fetus’s blood. This reaction can lead to serious health problems and even death in a fetus or newborn.
During pregnancy, a woman and her fetus usually do not share blood. But sometimes a small amount of blood from the fetus can mix with the woman’s blood. This can happen during labor and birth. It also can occur with any of the following:
Amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
Bleeding during pregnancy
Attempts before labor to manually turn a fetus from a breech presentation
Trauma to the abdomen during pregnancy
How can Rh problems affect the fetus during pregnancy?
Rh incompatibility can lead to a type of anemia in the fetus in which red blood cells are destroyed faster than the body can replace them. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all parts of the body. Without enough red blood cells, the fetus will not get enough oxygen. In some cases, the fetus can die from anemia.
Can the Rh factor cause problems during my first pregnancy?
Health problems usually do not occur during an Rh-negative woman’s first pregnancy with an Rh-positive fetus because her body does not have a chance to develop a lot of antibodies. But if preventive treatment is not given during the first pregnancy and the woman later gets pregnant with an Rh-positive fetus, she can make more antibodies. More antibodies put a future fetus at risk
Question: Is there any problem to conceive for A negative blood group woman if husband have positive blood group.
Answer: Hi dear.. For this type of couples doctors used to prescribe an injection during pregnancy which will protect your baby. So consult your gyno