a few days ago..i was having very bad pains on my right side nd had some bleeding so i called my ob nd she sent me straight to the emergency room. where they did an internal exam..urine test..took blood..nd an ultrasound, which they finally came up with that i had a threatened miscarraige nd that i should stay in bed nd rest for awhile nd slowly start going back to doing things. but while i was there they tested my blood type nd said i was rh a negative, nd said they needed to give me a rogam shot, but on my birth certificate it says im o positive. so i was very confused about it, but they still gave me the shot. i just went to my ob yesterday nd they told me i am rh a negative nd its very lucky that they ended up checking what blood type i am. i was wondering if anyone else recieved a rogam shot while they were pregnant? nd how many during their pregnancy did they recieve?
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