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What is blood incompatibility? In the case of blood incompatibility, what harm can the baby have? What happens in case of blood incompatibility during second pregnancy? What to know about blood incompatibility.
What is the blood incompatibility briefly?
blood incompatibility; rhesus factor of the male and female only the negative teeth, the male occurs when positive. With the a, b, 0, ab groups, the subject is not closely related to the distance. also the male negative female is positive, no problem.

In cases where there is disagreement, the first baby is born healthy, while the second baby in the second baby 's "waiting defense mechanism" tends to directly attack the baby's red blood cells. The brain, heart discomfort, and the destruction of this red cell goes up to the death of the baby.

To prevent the mother from the 28th week of pregnancy, a dose is injected at a dose of 2 anti-rh-immunoglobulins antibody in the first 72 hours after delivery from the hip. If the injections are not at the right times, there may be undesirable consequences in future pregnancies.
More technical expression
blood incompatibility; maternal rh-, father rh + is the fetus rh + if the mother's immune system performed by the 2-ci type allergic reaction given the name.

Because the fetus during pregnancy the placenta from the mother's blood passed into the bloodstream of a portion, which is opposite to the body of the mother rhesus factor, being a mother sensibile, that causes the fetus to synthesize antibodies against the rhesus factor. Since the rh factor fetus is synthesized at 7-8 months of age, the mother's immunity cannot produce enough antibodies until the first child is born, and the child is born without problems. second and interferes with the child when pregnant Rh + fetus with blood residue thereafter immunoglobulin G antibodies which can cross the placenta to the immune system has been sensibile hemolysis. the weight range of this process depends on many factors, in particular the condition of the mother's immune system and the rh factor of the fetus. There are only a few sub-types of the rh factor, and each has a different degree of immunogenicity.

In good condition, newborn jaundice may result in severe cases of hydrops of the fetus (hydrops fetalis), severe anemia, and stillbirth. neonatal jaundice is treated with phototherapy. The blue wavy light used in phototherapy isomerizes bilirubin and converts it into harmless forms. in other cases, intrauterinal blood transfer (fetus) is performed. For the prevention of severe conditions, treatment with anti-rhd-immunoglobulin should be done during pregnancy and within 72 hours of delivery. As the name suggests-anti-RhD immunoglobulin produced by acting an antibody against said antibody mother and the fetus through the placenta, so it can be said that the antibody rh factor antibody.

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