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Indirect Coombs test done during pregnancy due to Rh incompatibility. Need to take Rhogam injection?

Hi My wife blood group is rh negative and my blood group is rh positive . now she got pregnent and 4 th month is running . We have done test for Indirect coomb s Test and test result is negative . My questions are : 1.if ICT test result is negative even though does she need to take injection rhogam ( this is her first pregnency) 2. Is there any possibility to change test result is positive during the pregnency?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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If the test is negative then there is no need to give the injection but some doctor's give it at 28 weeks and in the last month.

In my opinion it is her first pregnancy and if no history of miscarriage then there is no need if the test is negative.

Best wishes
Answered: Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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