THANK YOU so much Mumtostellaandzara, its a good feeling when someone understands what is happening with me.
we will get much more monitoring next time.
jaundice is a known cause for having negative blood. I have a DS who is 16 months old so he keeps me busy.
One of the questions i have to ask the doctor is will my body fight the baby even in the early stages of implantation.
thanks for all the hugs and kisses.
hey no worries. It is a horrible and rare condition but I understand that it can be managed with specialist care.
Sadly its a trial and error (and I hate using those terms when talking about babies) and whether your body will attack a foetus is an unknown.
I'm certain that was what was happening when I had my threatened miscarriage. I was 10 weeks along and started spotting, then full on bleeding for 5 weeks. At the time no one could tell me what it was and why it was happening but basically told me I was most likely going to lose the baby. I had weekly scans which showed a bouncing and kicking little cherub every time, despite the bleeding.
I had to take things very cautiously and was on bed rest for about 6 weeks which was pretty horrible but obviously worth it. I was told that the 'side effects' of having such a big bleed could be low birth weight and prematurity.
In the end dd1 was born at 35 weeks weighing 2.65kg but her early arrival had nothing to do with my negative blood, I had other issues going on by then! lol smile
Anyway, I hope the specialist can shed some more hopeful light on your situation. I suggest you do as much research into it as you can and be ready with a list of questions when you see the specialist so you fully understand what can/will/might happen.
Feel free to pm me if you want, otherwise I again wish you the best of luck.