After I had a bone marrow transplant for leukemia 10 years ago, my blood type changed and I developed an Rh incompatibility issue as if I had given birth to a baby and had never been given rhogam. I know that in the past many people had the Rh incompatibility and I have already seen a perinatologist re: this issue, but I was wondering if anyone has had a problem with Rh. I know that it can cause problems in the fetus starting in the 2nd trimester and even hemalytic anemia later in pregnancy. I was given rhogam after my D&C in the hopes that my antibody level won't increase anymore than it already has. Anyone have advice or stories. Thanks.
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