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January 1st, 2010, 09:00 PM
kruff79 kruff79 is offline
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It's only a problem if the baby has the E protien. I have a K antibody and although it registered on each titer, it was always just barely enough to measure. Basically if your blood cell is a tree it should have leaves on it (the leaves are the natural protiens) and your body would make antibodies if you were exposed to different leaves (think maple vs oak). So as long as you and baby have the same protiens you are safe. It's something that they should be checking monthly though to watch and make sure your levels aren't rising.
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