Hi, Im doing fine. Apparently I am Kell K pos and my boyfriend is Neg. Im being closely monitored with ultrasounds and frequent blood tests, so Im feeling a bit at ease now. Thanks for the advice and concernView Thread
I am currently 15 weeks pregnant with our 2nd child. Our 1st child was very healthy when she was born.
We were required to do blood tests and the results are back. I am K neg while my boyfriend is K positive. Can anyone tell me what are the implications and negative affect of this findings on our unborn baby? What are the possible outcomes?
Hello, I was on these boards back in 2009. At about 20 weeks I had to do a cervical suture due to an incompetent cervix. Im now pregnant with my 2nd child and I'm wondering if I have to undergo another suture this time around. I would just love to know what are the odds of this happening again.
Also, I had an emergency c section with my 1st child. How risky is it to try a VBAC? I would love to have a vaginal delievery but I was told the 1st time that my pelvic was too small.
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