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Being Rh-negative in and of itself does not cause miscarriage or pregnancy loss. You are only at risk if you have been sensitized. The risk is very small if you have the recommended RhoGAM shots during pregnancy, or after an ectopic pregnancy, pregnancy loss, or induced abortion. You will be tested to see if you have developed the Rh (D) antibody.

Blood groups can be divided into two major categories — major (the kind you already know about) and Rh. When it comes to the latter, people are either classified as Rh-positive or Rh-negative. The Rh-negative blood type can pose risks during pregnancy, including increasing the risk of miscarriage or stillbirth in the second or third trimester. Nowaday.

Being Rh Negative Many women experience an uncomplicated miscarriage before they can even schedule a trip to the doctor. The bleeding stops, she feels better, and never arranges for a checkup. But for the Rh negative woman, this type of self. If you are Rh-negative, most doctors will advise that you get a RhoGAM shot after you’ve experienced a miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, or other pregnancy loss.

Getting a RhoGAM or other Rh immune globulin shot is a precaution against a situation called Rh incompatibility, which could affect future pregnancies and cause hemolytic disease in the newborn. Other ways Rh-negative pregnant women can be exposed to the Rh protein that might cause antibody production include blood transfusions with Rh-positive blood, miscarriage, and ectopic pregnancy. What Are the Symptoms of Rh Incompatibility?This type of miscarriage usually happens before the 12th week of pregnancy.

If your blood type is Rh negative, Most miscarriages happen because there’s a problem with the pregnancy. You. They want to test his blood to see if it’s also negative. If he’s positive and you’re negative, the babies should have a 50:50 chance of also being positive which could be a problem with you being negative.

If he’s also negative then it’s not a problem. Miscarriages can also happen for no known reason. Naturally, I’m A negative and my husband is O positive so I was given the Rhogam shot twice during my first two successful pregnancies. I haven’t been pregnant in over 6 years now until this last pregnancy that ended in a MMC at 10 weeks. I can’t help but wonder if it’s because I’m negative and husband is positive I did have the Rhogam shot.

Causes of Miscarriage. There are several Risk factors lead to miscarriage. Some of them are: Rh factor: Miscarriage can be caused because of the incompatibility of the mother’s blood and the blood of the unborn foetus commonly known as Rh factor incompatibility.

This type of miscarriage occur when the blood type of mother is Rh negative, and the foetus blood type. Hi, I’ve just been informed that my blood group is A Rhesus D Negative and that I ned Anti D injections at 28 weeks -this in itself I understand and am fine with. However a couple of months before this pregnancy (twins) I had a miscarriage at around 8 weeks and was not offered an injection as they did not know my blood type/did not look it up on the system.

List of related literature:

(If you are Rh-negative and you were carrying an Rh-positive fetus, there is a Small chance that you have been exposed to Rh-positive blood cells from the fetal tissue during the miscarriage.

“Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth” by Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
Atria Books, 2008

Some Rh-negative women who have never been pregnant before may also have become sensitized to the Rh factor if they were given Rh-positive blood during an earlier blood transfusion.

“The New Harvard Guide to Women's Health” by Karen J. Carlson, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, M.D., Terra Diane Ziporyn, Alvin & Nancy Baird Library Fund, Harvard University. Press
from The New Harvard Guide to Women’s Health
by Karen J. Carlson, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, et. al.
Harvard University Press, 2004

Rh-negative women may also receive it with an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, abortion, or significant vaginal bleeding during pregnancy.

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from Kinn’s Medical Assisting Fundamentals E-Book: Administrative and Clinical Competencies with Anatomy & Physiology
by Brigitte Niedzwiecki, Julie Pepper, P. Ann Weaver
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Sensitization to Rh-positive blood can be caused by exposure to the antigen during amniocentesis or when a transplacental bleed occurs during a miscarriage or abortion.

“Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam E-Book” by Mary O. Eyles
from Mosby’s Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam E-Book
by Mary O. Eyles
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Rhogam is routinely given to Rh-negative mothers during and immediately after delivery to minimize this risk, but sensitization still occurs, such as after unrecognized spontaneous early miscarriages.

“Critical Care Transport” by American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS),, American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP),
from Critical Care Transport
by American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS),, American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP),
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009

(Cunningham, 1997) If a mother is Rh negative and the father is Rh positive, it is possible that she may be carrying an Rh positive child, and that during the pregnancy, although her blood circulation and that of the baby are separate, some of the baby’s red cells may cross the placenta and get into her circulation.

“Parenthood in America: An Encyclopedia” by Lawrence Balter, Robert B. McCall
from Parenthood in America: An Encyclopedia
by Lawrence Balter, Robert B. McCall
ABC-CLIO, 2000

The antibodies themselves do not cause miscarriage, but their presence indicates that an abnormal autoimmune process will likely interrupt the ability of the phospholipids to do their job, putting the woman at risk for miscarriage, second trimester loss, intrauterine growth restriction and preeclampsia.

“Manual of Obstetrics E-book” by Daftary, SUDIP Chakravarti, Muralidhar Pai, Prahalad Kushtagi
from Manual of Obstetrics E-book
by Daftary, SUDIP Chakravarti, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Rh incompatibility is not a factor in a first pregnancy, because fewer foetal blood cells reach the mother’s bloodstream until delivery.

“Textbook for MRCOG-1: Basic Sciences in Obstetrics & Gynaecology” by Richa Saxena
from Textbook for MRCOG-1: Basic Sciences in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
by Richa Saxena
Jaypee Brothers,Medical Publishers Pvt. Limited, 2019

Hemolytic disease rarely occurs during a first pregnancy because transfusion of Rh-positive fetal blood into an Rh-negative mother occurs near the time of delivery, too late for the mother to become sensitized and transmit antibody to her infant before delivery.

“Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics E-Book” by Robert M. Kliegman, Bonita F. Stanton, Joseph St. Geme, Nina F Schor, Richard E. Behrman
from Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics E-Book
by Robert M. Kliegman, Bonita F. Stanton, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Usually Rh-negative women become sensitized in their first pregnancy with an Rh-positive fetus but do not produce enough antibodies to cause lysis (destruction) offetal blood cells.

“Maternity and Women's Health Care E-Book” by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, Mary Catherine Cashion, Kathryn Rhodes Alden
from Maternity and Women’s Health Care E-Book
by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Shannon E. Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

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  • Thank you so much for sharing your experience. Its greatly appreciated.. Sending you many blessings for your future. Love and light. X

  • Dont let them doctors fool you. Your blood typy is rear yes. But in order to be safe. You can breed with your same blood type with no problem with out the rhogam shot. Your not compatible with no other blood type period other than the people with your same blood type. Theres a reason why the doctors invented rhogam. And i dont think your ready for the real truth about it. Just know every president has that same blood type. Queen Elizabeth has that blood type. Please stop believing the lies there telling you about your blood type.

  • I’m B negative
    I’m 50 now, but I had 2 miscarriages in my 30s and never knew why. I didn’t think about my blood type being an issue and didnt know what my blood type was until recently. I went through my miscarriages alone and no one even suggested that my blood type could have had anything to do w it

  • I’m surprised that there isn’t more emphasis from doctors for us to check our blood types. I mean, most people don’t know theirs. It can be quite dangerous for the child, and is preventable. So I don’t know why more people aren’t made aware.

  • I’m b negative also had my 1st pregnancy last year I lost it cause of my blood type and a week later it ruptured and I lost one of my Fallopian tubes. And it happened again this year in aug ;(. It’s not easy second time was really hard to coupe with what happened.

  • Listen I can relate to this 100 times because this happened to me. I was 33 years at the time with B negative blood type I miscarried naturally and I didn’t get the rhogam shot. 4 years later and I’m wondering if I can still get the rhogam shot even if that happened so long ago still trying to conceive at the moment…..Thank you so much for your bravery and sharing your experience with us I can tell you it helped me understand things alot better. Bless your heart hun.

  • thank you for sharing your story,I was wandering what blood type is your boyfriend.Also you can visit an Osteopath they are amazing at balancing the body plus you can try the Blood type diet.Im also a B negative, take care fellow blood typer and good luck.

  • thank you for sharing. I will have an advanced age pregnancy if I am ever blessed to be pregnant at all. I am comforted by your words and your view on becoming a mother. I will be here as a viewer cheering you on!

  • I don’t know why, but I have the idea that you will go into labor somewhere in week 37, I did guess it was a boy a few weeks before the gender reveal. I can’t wait for the name reveal, so exciting.

  • Whitney, I am so sorry for you and your husband’s loss. On another note, I know you are mostly in a drinks and entertainment realm but I love this honest raw video from you. You are awesome. Thank you so much for being strong and telling the story.

  • This government and\or doctors dont even tell Law Enforvement that everytime these cops get injured on the job were the need blood. That universal blood comes from African Americans. NOW WHO ARE THE COPS KILLING EVERY DAY. Yes. African americans that holds the real universal blood line. To the people that holds the RH FACTOR BLOOD LINE. There can only be 1 universal blood line. So they started killing off all black people. And i know you see this going on all day every day. Now. If the RH FACTOR IS UNIVERSAL. WHY WHEN IT TOUCHES ANY OTHER BLOOD THEY DIE. NOW LOOK AT MY BLOOD. IFI GIVE MY BLOOD TO ANYBODY ON THIS PLANET EVEN THE RH FACTOR BLOOD. MY BLOOd is accepted with no problem.NOBODY CAN CREATE A HUMAN BETTER THAN GOD PERIOD.

  • I am Rh Oblood type and after 2 months of trying to get pregnant with my husband I finally became pregnant. I had a light pink discharge with faint cramping at 6 weeks. I was 5 weeks when i found out i was pregnant. 7 weeks i traveled 2 hours away to visit my mom to follow me to the hospital. The doctor told me i had a 2.5 cm subchorionic hemorrhage on my placenta and because of my blood type i needed to get the shot. My body was trying to rid of of my baby. I cried and prayed so hard for a healthy baby and god gave me exactly what i asked for 9 months later. I almost lost him a few times during pregnancy as i fell walking up the stairs (i was nesting) and i was under serious stress as well. I never wanted kids but when i got married i had a change of heart and god gave me a vision of our baby 1 day before we got married. 6 months later was when i found out….i couldn’t just lose my baby hell no!!! Its so much pressure and stress when you have to constantly contemplate on how your pregnancy is going to turn out because of your own blood type so you can’t even enjoy your pregnancy oh I know for a fact that I won’t be having another baby lol

  • Oh wow, hearing this made me feel sad. Sending you positive vibes, and commending you for being so brave to share such a personal story.

  • I went through the same thing you did couple years back lost a lot of people family friends. God bless you better times are coming.

  • Thank you for sharing your loss with us. It takes great courage to share your pain, especially while you’re still in it. I still struggle with that, although my loss was my mom and not a baby I truly appreciate you for that and I hope your story helps a lot of people.

  • I think this remind me of my x girlfriend had the same story.

    We felt deeply in love.we clicked in all types.
    My x was to educated had a great job..(office job)
    But i have been working in a automobile shops all my life.

    I asked her on why you choosed to date me over the web…?
    She replied.”your vocabulary over text was funny.yet noticed other things that i was a street smart”making us a great couple in mamy ways we cover each other.looked out for each other.

    I loved her so much equal to her love towards me…

    She got pregnant 3 month later we lost him…
    Things change then.familly in her side started to creat issue between us…

    I saw her innocents in her eyes as am walking away to the exit back to my single life style with a load of pain carried with me till this day

    Some great things we faced our time seems to be only dream not to keep…

  • Hello!! I need your help pls. Ahm I’m having miscarriage last week january 10,2019 my question is that ahm is it okay that having a miscarriage without D&C coz the doctor told me that she can’t do D/C to me because my bleeding was stop.

  • You really had me crying to. But there is something about that blood type that just cant be talked about. The rhogam shot is not and never will be good. Please trust me

  • It takes a lot of strength and courage to publicly share something like this. I know 2018 has been tough for many people, but all the best to you and your partner in the new year. Thank you for all the informative content you film for us on your channel xo

  • Thank you for sharing your story and helping others make sense of their experiences. I am so very sorry for your loss. I am a fraternal twin myself and felt incredibly special when we found out it was two babies (and identicals! What a crazy one in a million miracle!) We found out we had lost our twins at an ultrasound today at 9 weeks 3 days when there were no heartbeats. I am what seems like an unreasonable amount of devastated considering that I didn’t know these little tadpoles existed two months ago. Our families are struggling to offer more than stunned silence or bad medical advice. It is deeply meaningful to me that someone out there, even a stranger, knows exactly what I’m going through and can offer insights on what to expect. Truly, thank you. ❤️

  • I’m 67 and was the second live born… Two miscarriages in-between… My mother could never explaine to me what happened… Except I was blue and she took me back to hospital for transfusions… I’m different than other people… Maybe it’s the transfusion of O negative… Then back to a positive… I feel like an O negative! Weird…

  • The medical establishment is keeping the RHfactor hush hush for some odd reason. You should look elsewhere for answers. Alot of your traits are common with people with your bloodtype. Low blood pressure, hightened senses, psychic abilities, allergies, immunity to certain diseases, etc. Rhand positive is not compatible naturally so while it works with specific drugs its not naturally possible and your body does reject the offspring. Its the only biological barrier naturally within humans and typically in nature that’s not a coincident. Its simply not the best compatible match. Btw, the blood food diet is not accurate. You should join a community of Rhfor more answers and you will see that there are many other commonalities with these blood types. I am also B but both my parents have Rhfactor.

  • Sir,
    My wife went on embryo(by using donor egg) transfer in last month through IVF treatment. and her blood group is b negative. and my blood group is B positive. what are the precautions need to takecare. do we need to consider donor blood group as well or only my wife blood group alone?

  • my goodness I absolutely adore these videos. I commented awhile back but I’m currently 27 weeks and a few days from 28 and oh my gosh everything you’ve said I 100% relate to and it makes me feel 1000x better that it’s not just me! (especially the under boob problem) Even though these videos are old I love watching them along with my pregnancy!

  • Whitney,
    You are so strong, beautiful, thoughtful, and courageous. I know this wasn’t easy, but your selflessness helps to shed light on something that can help so many others. You are brave and amazing. Keep your light strong. You will be a mother, just like you said. One way or another you will have this joy and you deserve the best. I hope you and Michael continue to grow stronger together.
    You. Are. Amazing.
    <3 from Chicago

  • Sir I am rh negative, husband b +,37 year old,37 weeks pregnant,doctor is advising to go for c section because of age and rh negative gp,shall I go for it or wait for normal delivery,please suggest,I will be grateful to you

  • Hi Dr. I have A negative blood group and my husband’s B negative..its my first pregnancy,kindly tell me should i take any injection before or after delivery for safety…please sir please reply

  • Thanks for sharing your story and I am so sorry for your loss.. That must have been so hard for you… We are women because we are strong enough to be. Sending you lots of love and hope for the future for you and your husband. Wishing you a lot of happiness and healing. You are absolutely a mother!!! Seriously sending you and your whole family so much love!

  • I have a question please
    For an RH negative blood type mum, is it imporant to get an injection in first pregnancy in the 28th week because
    I heard that it must be taken after giving birth to the first baby right after delivery, and then i wathced this video telling that the injection should be taken in 28th week of first pregnancy
    Which one of them is the correct piece of information!?����
    Or is it a special case when mum takes the injection in her first pregnancy, please explain this to me if its a special case and when does it happen!
    What is a rogham shot?
    Note: English is not my first language, its much easier for me to read rather than listen to english spoken ��
    My blood type is AB negative
    Is it possible that my child will be an rh negative also?

  • in 1991 when I came in 6 wks pregnant with severe morning sickness and dehydration, the dr became highly agitated when nurse reported I was B “Type husband now!” To which my husband said I know my blood type it’s A-, and produced his donor card, dr said I don’t care what a card, just get him typed now! He was A-, and they typed our daughter when she was born…AB
    I have two questions:
    1) Should our daughter be banking blood prior to a delivery, with AB-? She was to small as a teenager to donate through Red Cross, and hasn’t tried since, also not married but hopefully soon.
    We later had a son, whom was not typed as far as we know, and he has always been working or sick when Blood drives came to campus, which is how our drs as a teen suggested he be typed. The were no other babies at the small hospital when he was born, and I know he is is father’s son,
    so my understanding is he’ll be Rh whatever other type he is. I’ve always encouraged him to try and donate knowing that he is Rh-, but after watching your video now I’m wondering

  • I didn’t have the shot. My son had slight jaundice. He went under the lights for a day or two. He’s in his mid thirties. Go figure.

  • Hi dr…
    I’m Oand my husband is O+…i had a miscarriage last week…According to My Gyne my baby’s growth stopped after 2nd mnth of pregnancy and the heart beat was stopped..had to go for a D&C… was it because of being Rh -??? I was given anti d after the procedure…will my future pregnancies be safe? I’m really worried

  • I am a lady who lost her baby girl because of not having this shot of rhogam, My baby girl was at 33 weeks gestation and born with a 14 hour labour even though I understood my baby had died two weeks prior, devastating to say the least. The reason I had the antibodies I understand now is that I had a termination early in my life and was not given the rhogam shot because it wasn’t in practice at the time of 1972 in Australia. I have since had a successful pregnancy producing a beautiful boy by having a gruelling seven intro uterus transfusion through my pregnancy, starting at 24 weeks gestation, this entailed going through my stomach with needles and finding my babies main artery to his liver to take his blood sample and to speed to pathology to test and then to return blood to replace his lost blood sells into him. Apparently, as I was told I was the twelfth women in the world to be given this procedure. I am blessed to now have a son who is now 30 years and can only encourage any Rh women out there to bless the Rhogan shot as I am a blood donor know that I am told will produce the Rhogan to save babies for the future. Love and hope, Annette

  • I’m ABTh Negative. Had Rhogam shots after my 2nd and 3rd pregnancies. I was my moms 2nd child and my mom is positive. Born in late 50s how did I survive birth?

  • Sir my blood group is rh negative my husband is rh positive and my first baby is rh positive.i had took anti d after delivery.now I am 17week pregnant. my Ict test report is positive 1: 32.is it definitely harm to my fetus?or any hope if my fetus is rh negative.pls waiting for your valuable comment

  • Hi Janice, much love to you. You are right that this topic should be talked about, especially to help other women. I had a miscarriage many years ago which I will never forget. There was a nurse that encouraged me. Since then I had 5 more children all home births. My youngest is 30 now!

    One advice I have for you is when you conceive again, refuse any and all ultra sounds.
    Please look up Jeanice Barcelo a nurse who has much knowledge on birth trauma.

    All good things to you. I love you and your videos. Thank You, Many blessings!

  • my blood group is B negative my husband’s blood group B positive I have 3 babies 2 alive one is death I have no take 2 antiserum but I want baby tell me what I do now I am so nervous about my pregnancy please give me solution if any solution

  • Thank you for this information. My Mum was RH negative and my sister was born without any complication. However with me my mothers second birth, my mummy almost bled to death in 1953. She was so upset that she never wanted to lie with Daddy again. This led to an horrendous divorce. Of course Mummy was blamed…called mad”!

  • Hi Dr Nari please reply i am 28 weeks pregnancy and i take my first anti d injection is it advice to take another anti d injection after giving birth. Am waiting ur reply

  • Hi doctor, I hav blood group b negative and my husband is o(+), i hav a 4 year old daughter having blood group o(+), nd now i m pregnant with 18 weeks. My Dr written some test and in my test report my toxo( IgG) is positive, so,pls doctor tell me what happens if i take rhogam shot.. Is it safe or not, and after taking rhogam, is antibodies dies or not?

  • Hello Dr.Nari,
    My blood group is AB negative.. I have a 20 months old baby boy.. and he got positive blood(B+).. I took one shot in 28th week of pregnancy & one shot after delivery..My question is, we r planning our 2nd baby.. dose any risk is involved to having 2nd baby..dose it safe to have 2nd baby with negative blood group..Sir please do advice..

  • I am RH negative, and when my son was born in 1988, a nurse told me our blood is so different from mine, i could never donate to him if he needs it, what did she mean by that?

  • Had two miscarriage before, we both have rh neg me Ahusband O-, um 11 weeks pregnant now, when should I get rhogram (for safe side), and when um able to know twin babies blood type. Do I have to reserve Ablood for delivery.

  • i am rh negative and my husband is positive. we are planning to start a family in a few months, what preconception care advise will you give us? I am worried about it and it is making me reconsider having babies at all.

  • Hello Dr Nari, I am also rh negative, and was just given the shot at 20 weeks due to some spotting. I was also told I will need another one at 28 weeks.. my question for you is, if I give natural birth and if the babies blood comes in contact with me (assuming baby is rh positive) what can happen to me? I heard of complications of bleeding out? And possibly causing the mother to die? Please clarify this with me? As I am a first time mother and is basically worried about everything that could go wrong? Thank you in advance!

  • hi sir my question is that my wife is having A negative and today she has given birth as baby girl and baby having A positive blood group and this is the second birth she has given and she took a antibiotic injection in her first delivery my question is that have to take again antibiotic injection or not plz suggest me as soon as possible thanking you

  • My wife is negative and i am a positive, we had a miscarriage and we did not take the rhogam shot, we are planning to get pregnact next year or 2 years from now, can she take it before we get pregnant, or doest she have to be pregnact in order to take it?

  • Hello Dr Nari. I am rh negative. I am 3 months of pregnancy and my husband is also rh negative but my first child is rh positive when I gave birth to her I didn’t get anti d.My question is: do I need to get thev shot on this pregnancy? if so I am late to do so?

  • Awesome!!! Thank you so much for clarifying this topic, because I was so confused. Within few minutes you clarified it all. Now I have a clear understanding of what it is and the mechanism behind it. I needed it for my Nursing NCLEX exam.

  • Hello Dr, my wife blood group was B+ve when it’s checked during pregnancy and even before. She delivered a baby girl in 2014. But, when we tested blood group after that in different times, it is B-ve now. How does it happen? Is there any problem?. Wife age is 27yrs.

  • I have an important question. If the woman is rh and the guy is rh+ and as she is pregnant and gets the shot to prevent damaging the baby, would the shot affect the baby to make it sterile(not be able to reproduce)? I heard that this is the case but I do know if it is true, and if so, does it happen 100%of the time?

  • I am adopted because my mom had to find another way to get me. Either way, I hope you complete your family and are happy. My mom and I are like two people but with the same spirit, we are very close. (We, most of the time, don’t even have to finish a coherent sentence to get what the other person means.) I’m just letting you know that it’s the same, you know? So don’t worry.

  • Sorry about your loss. God bless you and your husband, Michael. My heart goes out to you. Really appreciate your transparency. You are going to be a wonderful mother.

  • Thank you so much for sharing your story. I just had a twin miscarriage 2 days back. I’m beyond hurt, I dint even know I was having twins till a scan was done when I started bleeding.iit was confirmed i lost them. I’ve cried so much but your story brings me some comfort. Thank you

  • I’m going through the exact same thing right now. ;( With twins. Thank you for sharing and making me feel less alone during this terrible time.

  • Hi my blood group o negtive and my hus b postive my first baby grop o negtive now am pregent two monts am worried plz give me solloution doctor gives me antibiotics my first baby but i have no need

  • I just went through a miscarriage of twins as well and came across your video. Thank you for being strong enough to share your story ♥️ I’m so stuck in wanting time to hurry up and pass so we can try again but also nervous in the possibility of having this happen again. Sending all the love ❤️

  • I admire your strength in going through what you did, doing what you need to heal and sharing with others who may have/are/will be experiencing similar situations. Keep being good to yourself.

    Lots of love

  • Sending you lots of positive and healing thoughts. 4 years ago I had an ectopic pregnancy that could have killed me. The doctors said that if my blood had not coagulated so well I should have bled out from the rupture. I wasn’t trying to get pregnant and have never wanted children, but that loss was so profound. I felt betrayed by my body even though it saved me realistically. It was such an overwhelming state of grief and guilt that I would not wish on anyone. It’s not the same by any means, but I wish you the best as you continue to heal and move forward. You got this.

  • Thank you for sharing your experience, this happened to a family member, and she was brokenhearted. You will never know how many people you have helped by telling your story, you have a generous heart, bless you

  • Thank you Whitney for sharing your journey! You are so brave and your story is going to help so many other women heal. Lots of love ❤

  • Is there any risk if father is rh negative and mother is rh positive?
    Its the first pregnancy of wife does she requires rhogam shots or not?

  • I went for my 12 weeks ultrasound today but they didn’t find hearts beats for my twins babies they were only measuring 8 weeks 5 days, going to see my doctor tomorrow for her to book appointment for an D&C still can’t believe my angels �� �� have been gone for almost four weeks and I didn’t know ��������

  • Thanks for sharing this, I’m new to your videos but my mother had miscarriages too. It’s amazing how strong you are to share your story and basically pass on knowledge to other moms! Much love ��

  • When you said “during labour” my brain automatically said “WAIT NO. The baby is facing the wrong way!” But that’s beside the point. Thanks for the video:)

  • I’m sorry you had to go throught that, Whitney. You’re strong and you’re brave for sharing the details of this experience with us. You’re loved by lots of people and wish you luck and happiness whether or not you try to pursue pregnancy again.

  • Thank you for sharing your painful story. I just wanted to say, you ARE a mother. Just because you can’t see or touch or hold your babies, that doesn’t mean you are truly stripped of your motherhood. ���� to you and your husband. Thinking of you.

  • So close!! I’m 31 weeks right now—when are you due!? I got the shot in my booty too!! I’m so emotional I cried when I got out of the doctors! ����

  • You loved those babies. You carried them inside you. You are and always will be a mother. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I have 3 children and have miscarried 5 times in my life (in the process of trying). The feeling of loss is incomparable to anything else I’ve ever felt. The hardest part was convincing myself that the bad things that happened to me in the past are not a sign that bad things will keep happening. I don’t really know where I’m going with this, but I guess my point is, whatever happens in the future, don’t lose hope. Whatever form it comes in, happiness will come back around.

  • You’re such a strong woman Whitney. I’m so proud of you that you have the strength to share such an intense experience. We are all with you girl.

  • When, with how many weeks did your antibodies levels started to increase?I’m asking you, cause here in England they are just checking my antibodies levels once per month.. I didn’t any doppler to check the baby’s anemia like you.. They told me that my leves are under 4..so I don’t now if I will do this exam only if my levels up 4.

  • Thank you Whitney for being so real and sharing your experience. I know others having gone through this will identify with your story and find your strength comforting. You and Michael are in my prayers! Keep on, keeping on never give up!

  • I’m so sorry about your loss. And thank you so much for talking about this. I was recently in an inpatient facility for severe depression. The deep dark holes someone finds themselves in are so intense… I just want to let you know that group therapies work. To be among people who have gone through the same thing as you is so healing. Just like you said, you need to feel those feelings and accept them but in a healthy way. The support is here on the internet too make as many videos as you need. It’s your channel.:)

  • I’m so sorry for your loss, but I want to thank you so much for talking about this. I had 2 miscarriages four months apart last year and I find it so hard sometimes. The first was on its own and the second I elected to have the D and C. it’s nice to know we aren’t alone, but it’s one of them most emotional things to go through. Thank you again for sharing. I know it had to be hard, but you have helped more than you know ❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. You’re not alone and talking about it helps. Be good to yourself and do what feels right to you and your family.

  • Whitney, I am so sorry for your loss. It is so unfair you had to go through this but I’m just so grateful you could share your story with others who may benefit from hearing it. I’m thinking of you and Michael and just hoping you can find some peace in all of this. Sending so much love.

  • Aw, Whitney I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could give you a big hug. Just remember to take it a day at a time when it comes to your emotional healing ❤️

  • <3 <3 <3 Sending so much love to you and Michael. I can't even imagine how hurtful this must have been. I know you hear this from everybody, but you're so freakin' brave.

  • The strength you have shown in this video is incredible and I have no doubt your energies will realign. Positivity still glows through you even after going through such a touch experience and it’s inspiring. You’ve built a community here on YouTube that will always be here for your support. Sending good vibes and lots of love.

  • You are a mother Whitney. Thank you for talking about it, I’ve had my pregnancy loss story too, about two years ago, and now I am six months pregnant with my rainbow baby. I send you all the strength and positivity that you will soon find true happiness again.

  • I can’t relate but I can feel your pain and sorrow. Sometimes it’s hard to understand the purpose of things. You will be blessed again… Prayers and blessings sent your way. Thanks for sharing the good things and bad in helps us all to be grateful because there is always someone who has it worse than us.

  • You are such a strong and amazing woman. Thank you so much for talking about this, I feel like it’s never talked about enough. You are awesome ❤❤

  • Selfishly I’m so thankful for your transparency and openness, because my timeline overlaped with yours. Found out in october d&c early November would’ve been due in June. I had those crazy pains and the fear of getting pregnant again is so traumatic. You’re in my thoughts and I’m grateful for your story.

  • I feel for you so much and am so sorry for your loss. I know it’s not comparable, but we lost our beloved dog last week and hearing some of the things you did to try and heal has brought me some comfort. The ring is a wonderful idea!

  • I can relate to so much of this. I had my third miscarriage (1st D&C) around the same time, and it’s such a difficult thing to go through. I’m so sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing. ❤️

  • I’m rh negative, hubby is positive and my first bub is positive (I’m 28w now with #2). I’m in Australia and they do shots at 28w, 34w and after birth if bub is positive. They also re-do them for each baby.

  • Thank you for sharing, you’re brave to share your experience. I had a missed miscarriage at 8 weeks last August and it was the most heartbreaking experience. I also needed a D&C. We have fertility issues and have been pregnant 3 times via IVF and I’m currently 14 weeks pregnant and keeping fingers crossed that everything goes well. I’ve been so scared this whole pregnancy after our loss, but starting to feel more confident and relax a little. I wish you all the best and hope you get your rainbow baby soon xx

  • So truly sorry for your loss. I’m sure nothing can make you feel better but just know you are helping so many of us by telling your story. ♥️♥️

  • My mother had two miscarriages before having me. She was ready to give up after the second one, but her doctor said to her, “Sometimes a soul is just not ready yet. Keep trying.” 8 months later, she was pregnant with meeee! So, I don’t know what you believe I, myself, don’t consider myself religious or spiritual but my mother telling me what her doctor said to her has always stuck with me. When it’s time, it’ll happen for you. Keep trying. ❤

  • Whitney your video truly helped me I’m going through a family tragedy right now and wha you said about not being alone and keeping it in is so true. Thank you for sharing and i am truly sorry for your loss

  • All i can say hun. You see with your own eyes how much people around the world and in the hospitals and government that has those eyes. Just know people like me that educate people about this type stuff end up dead. All i can say is just pray for a full understanding from God. And get yourself a bible and read the whole of revelations and you will see why they been hiding this for this long and why they keep it so secret.

  • Thanks for sharing Whitney, I had never really thought about how hard something like that would be for someone. Now I will be more compassionate toward anyone in the future who goes through that and I’ll have comfort if it ever happens to me someday knowing how many others have dealt with the same. Wishing you the best

  • Thank you so much for sharing this Whitney. i went through a very similar situation but i was only pregnant with a single baby. it was horriffic. the way you describe it is exactly how i felt. its so important to keep talking about this and help women work through what is one of the most excructiating situations women can experience. the due date of my first baby passed while i was pregnant with my now baby boy and it was hard. there are still days I miss the baby that was even while i hold my son. No matter when you loose a baby, its devastating and stand with you as a mom of angels. <3<3<3

  • Camryn was crazy in the womb. I had tons of kicks all the time. We’d always laugh and say she’d be a dancer. Well, now that she is out of the womb we say she is a WILD WOMAN. She flails her limbs alllll around all the time. I wonder if your son will be the same way. haha

  • Thank you for sharing this with us Whitney, you are such a strong and beautiful woman. I can see that you’ve come so far in your healing journey and it brings me so much joy. You are going to make an incredible mother one day! Love you so much! Keep slaying queen! ���� XOXO Diane

  • I’m glad I find your video, you’re such life saver… may Good God be with you..
    I’m 31 weeks pregnant with my 5th child Bsanitized.. I had no problem with my other children, today I went for ultrasound the baby was very active the blood flow in the brain was a bit higher than normal and the doctor said the baby is not anemic yet but we need you back in 3 days… if it happens to increase, I might have intrauterine transfusion (IUT) done.. I’m so scared.. I hope things go well on Monday…

  • I am so sorry for your loss, Whitney.:'( Thank you so much for sharing your story! I had to pause multiple times throughout the video, personally, just because of how close to home it hits. Both my friend and myself recently had miscarriages at the end of last year and we both had very different causes and different experiences. She was further along, about 16 weeks, and I was at 12 weeks. Mine was considered a blighted ovum. Miscarriage is way more common than I ever realized when I first learned that I had miscarried and started researching into it. I know someone who has 3 healthy baby boys who has had 8 miscarriages or something crazy like that, and I’m with you; I don’t know how she does it, emotionally or physically! But anytime someone shares their miscarriage experience, I’m truly grateful to feel that I’m not alone. So again, thank you so much for sharing! <3

  • Awe congrats on the belly. We are only a few weeks apart. I’m 26w2d today. Due july 10th.. with a baby boy… So many ppl having babies this summer can’t wait

  • I am o negative, my husband is o positive so I had to get the shot as well. Getting it at my next appointment for baby number 2. At the hospital where I gave birth to my son, they test the blood from the umbilical cord to see what type baby is. My son turned out to be o negative like me so there was no need for a second shot.

  • Sending you love Whitney. Thank you for sharing your story in order to help others. I had a miscarriage on a trip to Morocco years ago and it was one of the scariest moments of my life. It is good to be together in times like this even if virtually. Love you, your videos and your real-ness. Keep at it!

  • Thank you so much for being brave enough to share this and support others. As women, we need to know we are in community when these things happen. It is in keeping ourselves isolated and making us think our pain is ours alone that gives away our power. You are so strong. Thank you for stepping into the light on this. ❤️

  • I’m 28 weeks today and my belly has been rubbing my skin raw for weeks. It’s so uncomfortable. I just rub my belly butter on it and that seems to help with the red bumps I’m getting. And not wearing a bra as much as possible lol

  • I am B+ and my husband is B+. My daughter was born in a military hospital and we were told she was B+ (it is on her newborn health record). Now 22 years later she is being told by her OBGYN that she is B My other two children were also B+. Rhogam is contraindicated for Rh+. Her husband is O+. I don’t want her to have the shot is she is Rh+ because of the side effects it causes in Rh+ people. Can you explain how she could have changed her Rh value?

  • I have Oblood. I actually got my rhogam shot before my current pregnancy because I previously had a miscarriage and they thought that could have been why. I have to get my mid-pregnancy shot in the next few weeks. Although, I didn’t have to get mine in my butt. ����

  • You’re wrong about the first born being fine. I miscarried my first pregnancy and that’s how I found out my blood type. I was given rogham but the dr told me it probably wouldn’t save the baby but it would save my next. What does sensitized mean? And is rhalso the same as the golden blood?

  • Perhaps the mother had an infection (congenital), like syphyllis or parvovirus. These conditions can lead to erythroblastic fetalis.

  • I love your vedios,,,, I’m Med Lab Technologies your Hematology and Hemostasis vedios gave me lots of information. Thanks Alot,����
    keep going ❤

  • Yes my wife is Rhand my baby is R+ I am facing problem with jaundice. It is around 13 to 15 mg/dL. I am giving phototherapy since 7 days, but the results are not significant. Please help my baby from jaundice.

  • Question: Hemoglobin = globin + heme; won’t heme be broken down into Fe3+ and biliverdin (via hemoxygenase) and later bilirubin? I keep seeing in some sources protoporphyrin but really don’t understand the relation between protoporphyrin and biliverdin/ bilirubin…answer much appreciated!

    EDIT: 14:11 How does Rhogam exactly prevent formation of proper anti-D-AB? Seems to be a kind of negative feedback, do you know something else about this?

    EDIT: 15:58 If it is true that anti-D-AB are destroyed after a few weeks, why can’t then anyone just get Rh+ blood?

  • Dear Friend and Educator! I really love your lectures and I am now an avid follower! May I add one footnote difference between the underlying pathophysiology of ABO Sensitization and Rh+/D-Antigen sensitization in an Rhfemale. ABO blood groups are based on polysaccharide differences, which will result or have inherent, an overwhelming IgM response which explains the Immediate Immune Hemolysis reaction in ABO mismatched blood, whilst IgM antibodies do not cross the placental barrier. The Rh+/D Antigen is a protein antigen which requires sensitization, prior exposure, and then the production of IgG “memory” antibodies by B-cell activated clonal lines. IgG does cross the placental barrier as it forms the basis of fetal and neonatal, and post-natal pre-formed humoral defense. Thus when the Rh+/D+ protein antigen is exposed in the first pregnancy via delivery with some exposure, or definitely via C-section, then the “memory” IgG antibody will be fully capable to generate and affect future pregnancies whilst preformed ABO igM antibodies against ABO mismatches will be blocked by the placenta barrier.

  • Thank you so much for sharing this. I am going through this with a singleton pregnancy now, had surgery 6 days ago and still feeling so lost and empty. Sending lots of love and best wishes to you and your family xx

  • I’ve had two miscarriages (that I know of) and it’s just awful. I sometimes feel like giving up and just forgetting about it. Somehow I’ve been able to keep on keeping on. It’s so helpful to hear from other folks who have gone through the same thing, so thank you so much for sharing. It’s not easy!

  • Hi Dr. Im suffering for this problem, I lost 3.pregnance in 2nd child in weeks of 32,and in 28 weeks, and 26 weeks.Im A negative. My husband A Positive.,and our first baby are A Positive. Sorry im not very good in English ��..
    Help me plz.

  • Tnx for the video. I don’t speak good english but I will try. I’m pregnant now. My blood type is negative. And I have already lost my pregnancy without knowing and I didn’t have anti D injunction before. Till the begining of the fourth month and then anti_bodies appear during the same month of pregnancy. That’s how I discovered that I have alreadt lost a pregnancy before. I saw my doctor she give me a blood test to do each week and another one to know the blood type of my baby and she told me that I should see I more professional doctor, so she cold that doctor and he will see me after 10 days. I’m scared if this period is long. And I want to know if the baby will be Ok and how, then how much percent for the baby to survive normal?! I hope I can find answers here. Thank u.

  • Is rhogam given in the first pregnancy or the second? I’m a bit confused. The mother can’t be sensitized meaning no exposure yet so would that be on the first pregnancy?

  • I’m lucky to be rh positive. I can’t imagine getting shots. I hate them so much. But I just reached 24 weeks and that’s a huge milestone for viability.

  • Fake rh negatives can’t get a real O rh negative pregnant

    Non rh negatives can’t get a real O rh negative pregnant

    Clones synthetic Humans Androids robotoids organic robotoids in vitro babys test tube baby’s soulless artificial Soul beings cant get a real O rh negative pregnant

    100% demons can’t get a real O rh negative pregnant

  • Omg just began following you! I too am o negative! Don’t know anyone personally who is negative as well. Happy healthy pregnancy ☺️

  • May be because the mother had undergone such diagnostic procedure in which there as transfer of each other’s blood eq amniocentesis..or any invasive investigation…early membrane rupture

  • I had a miscarriage and found out I’m eh negative recently. The shot burned so bad when I had to get it and they put it in my thigh

  • I’m Aand getting the shot Friday at 28 weeks. Rhis interesting to ponder why it has developed as a variation through evolution and human biology.

  • I think you’re wrong at the Rhogam not able to cross the placenta. It is IgG, so it is able to cross the placenta. That is why dosing is so important. Doctors have been doing this long enough to figure out a reliable system of RhIg dosing. Typically the right dosage can neutralize the D-positve redcells and it some is left over to cross the placenta, it usually doesn’t not cause significant HDN.

  • Thank you for sharing. I’ve had two miscarriages in the last 8 months and I’ve just kind of bottled up my feeling about it. It helps to hear your story.

  • I am Oand my husband is O+. My daughter was born O+. During and after her pregnancy I didn’t get any rhogam. Now, I am 24 weeks pregnant and doctors don’t have knowledge about this topic in where I live. How much chance do I have to deliver healthy baby without rhogam?

  • I’m RH negative! Just found out through our fertility clinic. My husband is positive. Doesn’t sound too crazy as long as we get our shot at 28 weeks once we get pregnant. Our IUI is scheduled in a week or so. ❤️❤️❤️Love your channel!

  • I’m in the process of miscarrying my twins. They are considered Blighted Ovums, this is miscarriage number 4 technically 4&5 but I’m terrified to get pregnant ever again. Im 23, I have 2 toddlers, my son is 3 next month and my miscarriages started after him. So 5 in less than 3 years with 2 successful pregnancies, I think my body is just done.

  • Hello, I have a question please
    For iam an AB negative, is it imporant to get an injection in first pregnancy in the 28th week because
    I heard that it must be taken after giving birth to the first baby right after delivery, and then i wathced another video telling that the injection should be taken in 28th week of first pregnancy
    Which one of them is the correct piece of information!?
    Or does this happen only in certain circumstances?! And what is rogham shot? And also when should it be done?

  • Do people keep asking you how much weight you gained too? I have had the bra thing you mentioned pretty early in pregnancy since I carry high. For me it is painfull to wear any other bra other than a all soft nursing bra. Wich is not pretty since im not a big fan of my nipples showinh trough the fabric of my clothes. But any other bra feels like im in a corset.

  • Hi Im on the verg of googling the same as you and found your video, I’m 14 weeks pregnant, had my scan they found two sacs both died early, one at 8 weeks 4 days, the other they not sure but we was so in shock, we went through ivf 5 years ago and had a precious daughter, and was told we would never conceive naturally.. But same I did, u made me smile with when u said u got pregnant, shocked when we found out we was pregnant but to be told at 14 weeks both babies died, I’m still got them inside now 6 weeks later but waiting for D n c, it’s while the coronavirus is going off so I was off work but now I’m so scared how I’m going to feel after, did u take time of work, have you got pregnant again as its been a year since u posted it, love from nicola xxx

  • Blood types form in combination of both parents blood types. Since both you and your sister are negative, your mother and father are both RH negative as well. If your father had been positive you and your sister would be most likely positive. And I wonder why your husband wasn’t tested all over again, its just a simple test and would save you from a shot if he is negative also.

  • I’m Oand we thought my husband was O+. Nope. Our daughter was born and she is A+. So he’s definitely not O. The shot sucked. I got it in my arm and that sucker hurt! My sister and dad are also Oso I knew there was a chance I would be too.

  • I’m Rh negative as well. For my first pregnancy I had to have the shot before but after he was born he was Oso I didn’t have to have the shot after delivery. My second pregnancy I have to have the shot before she was born and after because she was O+. Now I’m on my third pregnancy and I will have to have the shot again before and will be determined after the baby gets her depending on his or hers blood type!! But have had no issues so far being Rh negative!! Love your pregnancy updates��

  • The baby’s blood actually does mix during pregnancy. That’s how they can tell the baby’s sex and a bunch of other stuff with a blood test from the mother.

  • I am O negative and I went thru a horrible miscarriage and D&C on my first pregnancy I am sorry you had to go thru that but u are not alone and don’t loose faith you will have a baby the next time��
    On our second try we were able to have our first daughter and now I have three daughters thank God ��
    Hang in there beautiful!!!��

  • RHover here too sister! After my miscarriage last fall, I had to get a Rhogam shot as well to help prevent my body from attacking a future fetus, or SOMETHING like that! I guess maybe my blood type is A-? But yea, I’m right there with you! Super confusing science stuff:)

  • Ans of last ques isGRANDMOTHER THEORY. i,e. Mother is is sensitised by her mother which is rh +ve in utero. Or may be by blood transfusions

  • Hi Dr nari i m b negative my hus o positive my first child was miscarried i didnt take any injection years r going i didnt get pregnant again pls suggest anything pls

  • I had to get a shot at like 9 weeks and then I have to get one at 28 weeks and I’m rh negative. I have a question did anyone’s hip hurt after getting The rogram shot

  • I know I don’t know you, but I have so much love for you!! I’m crying right along with you because I know all these feelings. It’s the hardest thing I think I’ve ever had to go through. My baby would have been 4 and although I have other children I still mourn her. And you’re right, we don’t talk about it enough and you can feel so alone when the world tells you not to talk about the possibility of having a baby till 12 weeks. Some people need to keep it private and I get that but other people need support and love to help them deal. ❤️

  • I am Rh negative, too! My doctor didn’t catch it sigh but luckily my OB caught it when I went for my first appointment with him in week 27 so I was able to get the RhoGam shot in week 28!

    Can’t wait to hear what you are naming him!

  • thank you for talking! i really think you’re a valuable soul on this planet and anyone who comes in contact with you is lucky, i feel lucky just to know your channel. Your first video about the twins broke my heart and i’ve thought of them and you and your husband many times since that video, you’re beautiful and strong only getting stronger, i’m sure you will persevere. Go with your instincts Whitney, seems like they’re probably much sharper than you suspect.

  • I am Rh negative! I am O(universal donor) I am glad things are going well! I am 16 weeks tomorrow and everything is going smoothly so far! My husband and I are having a baby girl in September! ❤️ I can’t wait to see what you name him.

  • If uncojugated bilirubin was being converted into conjugated bilirubin as you explained in the pathogenesis then why will the baby have kernicterus?

  • I’m also Rh negative and had to get the shots. You only have to get it with your first child. Glad you are having a good pregnancy. Love from NC��

  • My wife and I lost are baby girl last August at 7 months. My wife is RH sensitized and has a high anti d tirer. We are now around 3 months pregnant and have a long journey ahead of us. The high risk doctor is talking about something called IVIG treatments. We don’t want to do an amniocentesis to find out the babies blood type with some of the risks of an amniocentesis. Thanks for the video.

  • Sir,
    I know Rhogam is needed during the pregnancy of 28 weeks…
    But why it inject after birth of 24hrs to 72hrs?
    Plz sir reply to me

  • Hi! I know this video is older but I’m in the same boat as you kind of. I just wanted to see how your doing and also your baby girl. I just miscarried my second and I have a healthy two year old. I want to try again but I’m just nervous. Just wanted to see how things ended up for you doing the transfusions. Thank you!! ❤️

  • Your video was recommended to me by one of my best friends because in December I had a D&C for my twins at 10 weeks as well. They passed away at around 8w4d. I definitely feel the same way you felt in this video. We’re almost 4 months passed the surgery but I have a friend who is due on the same day I was supposed to be due so whenever she posts an update it reminds me how far along I was supposed to be with my twins. We’re trying to conceive again and their funeral is on Thursday that the hospital holds for all miscarriages to hopefully provide some closure. I definitely wish you the best and I’ll be checking out your other videos ❤️

  • I’m osensitized and had my baby girl was born 3 weeks ago at 33weeks gestation, sadly she died in less than 24hours I’m still devastated �� I wanna try again but I’m in the caribbean I can get rhogam shot but I dont think they do coomb test here..