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Old 02-16-2012, 06:33 AM   #8
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Re: Antibody/Antigen E anyone?

There's really not much info out there, so I hear you. Dh is a neonatology fellow, and he's been looking for info, he's talked to the staff, he's talked to the MFM's, and everyone is all They know how to monitor for it, and what to do based on certain results, but no one knows what the odds are of things going OK or not going OK. So, they just follow the standard of care, and then deal with what they get. I feel very lucky that dd had ee, and didn't have any problems, and so my pregnancy with her was pretty typical. I mean, as typical as a pregnancy for me can be, lol, I've had a few losses, premature birth, blood clotting disorder, and this antibody thing. But she was born full term when she wanted to be, she was healthy, and she didn't even needs lights! My older 2 were orange as pumpkins, lol.
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