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Originally posted by whitewave
reply to post by Rhain
If you had an "antibody shot" after the birth of your children then they are all Rh + and you are Rh -. The first pregnancy will usually go ok but after the birth of the first Rh+ child to an Rh - mother, she will develop antibodies so that any Rh+ pregnancies that come later will probably result in miscarriage.
Not necessarily. I have 0- blood; so does my husband, and so does my son. The shots are routine for rh negative mothers, no matter what blood type your child is born with.
I've read a lot on this. Personally, I think its just a deviation; a sort of "defect" in the genetics of some folks, that was passed down through the generations. Black people are susciptible to sicle cell anemia; other races have other traits. Because rh negative people, without intervention, have such a hard time procreating--I tend to think its just a deviation from the norm.
Originally posted by Witness2008
How many negatives have gone prematurley gray. I started out with brunette hair started going gray in my early twenties, now it is platinum blonde.
Originally posted by Faerygirl1984
reply to post by Anonymous Avatar
In my opinion we (Rh negatives) are special. How can you think that its normal for a female who is Rh Negative, to reject afetus that is Rh positive? To have their body kill their offspring, without realizing it?!The only time this happens in nature, is animals that are hybrids. Scientists still cannot figure out why this happens. Personally, I think this its something that needs to be examined.