Fetal anemia

What is Fetal anemia?

Fetal anemia is an inadequate number or quality of red blood cells in the fetal circulatory system. It can be caused due to hemolytic disease of newborn, fetal infections, haematopoetic abnormalities, syndromes like Aase syndrome or tumors.

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My wife is at 24th week of pregnancy. Last week her amniocentesis result is come and it is normal. She had an early pregnancy...

doctor1 MD

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Placentomegaly is an abnormally enlarged placenta.
The common causes of unusually large placenta are maternal diabetes mellitus...

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Hi,I am a 29 year old male with O-negative blood group.
We received a marriage proposal from a family whose daughter (proposed girl) is...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
The problem in most pregnancies is when the mother is Rh negative.
When the father is Rh...

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My wife is in 28th week in pregency. In the 7th month growth scan it was noticed that Amniotic fluod is high upto 24cm. Her blood sugar is fine....

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Brief Answer:
Various causes of increased amniotic fluid

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Hi dear,
I have gone through your question and understand your concerns....

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