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July 10th, 2012, 11:08 AM
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Hi, I am posting a link to my research on the Rhesus Factor. I see a lot of questions about the subject and, although some of the information might seem long-winded to some, it does have all the facts. I have been researching and adding to this for over 15 years now.

Quick advice would be to make sure you attend ALL blood tests during pregnancy and chase up results to ensure the tests have been done correctly. Also...very importantly...please accept the anti-D jab or as it's also known the Rhogam jab.

I'm happy to answer any questions you might have if you can't seem to find the answers in my research. My email address is on the web page, but if questions are asked here, more people can benefit from them.

I'm assuming the technology that's used here in the UK is available elsewhere. However, if you know it isn't, I have older research that details the less advanced methods . I can point you to that too if necessary.

Here is the link: The Rhesus Factor

Last edited by Tanza; July 10th, 2012 at 11:16 AM.
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