If you are already
Rh-sensitized or become Rh-sensitized while pregnant,
you will not have any unusual symptoms.
Fetal problems from Rh sensitization are detected with
Doppler ultrasound testing and sometimes with
amniocentesis. It is possible, though, that a fetus
with severe Rh disease will move less frequently than it did earlier in the
conditions with symptoms similar to Rh sensitization
include other blood type incompatibility problems and fetal infections.
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September 24, 2013
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