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#1 of 4 Old 07-17-2012, 09:18 AM - Thread Starter
 
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When I was pregnant I found out I have a right-a blood protien sensativity. Does anyone have any information about this. THey asumed I got it from my losses and that my partner has this extra blood protien. Its so rare that there's almost no information about it. I now have to carry a card in my wallet about it.

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What does the card in your wallet say exactly?  And what kinds of issues did it cause (or would it cause)?  Knowing that might help dig for information...


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Its just like a RH sensitivity. I can't receive blood unless it undergoes special testing. And can cause anemia in pregnancy for the baby. If my blood encounters a blood or blood product with the right a antigen my body will reject it.
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Hmmm... it almost sounds like my son's IgA deficiency--which if he had it more severely would require that any blood given to him be IgA-depleted and he'd have to wear a Med-alert bracelet.

 

In him, it's an immunoglobulin issue so it makes him prone to illness.  I'll have to see what I can find on this one.


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