RH Factor: How It Can Affect Your Pregnancy (Copyright © American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists )
Publication Year: 2005
Type: Fact Sheet
Just as there are different major blood groups, such as A and B type blood, there is also an Rh factor – a type of protein in the red blood cells. The Rh factor does not affect a person's general health. It can cause problems during pregnancy, however. Now, since the discovery of a special drug, these problems can almost always be prevented.
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