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"I want to be pregnant fast and I'm rhesus negative while hubby is rhesus positive, 43 yrs old. I've been on pregnacare for conception for a while now. "

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    A 44 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    I want to be pregnant fast and I'm rhesus negative while hubby is rhesus positive, 43 yrs old. I've been on pregnacare for conception for a while now.
    Dr. Adedayo A answered:
    2 years ago
    Hello madam...when you do get pregnant ,your doctor will/should be made aware of your Blood group rhesus factor so that you can be given the rhogham injection.you may continue taking pregnacare but this is only to build up your nutrient store(prevents anaemi and prevents spinal cord defects in your baby) but doesn't particularly aid conception. have you ever had any miscarriages or pregnancies before and have you ever had rhogham?
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    A 44 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    I've been pregnant before twice when i was very young and had abortion then I was not aware of my status as rhesus negative. lately the pregnancy didnt stay. besides fluids comes out of my nipples when I press it all this gives me fears
    Dr. Adedayo A answered:
    2 years ago
    sorry about this...sorry for the late reply.the nipple fluid production may be due to high prolactin.if the prolactin is is high,this may inhibit pregnancy.However if it's normal,the nipple discharge may be nothing to worry about so far it's milky or clear. worry not,when you do pregnant again,your doctor will give you rhogham at 28 weeks and or 34 weeks...and even aftr birth.you should also have the reasons.for the early pregnancy loss investigated....e.g diabetes,syphilis,cervix incompetence.at what stage did you loose them.
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    A 44 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    I chose to do the abortion at an hospital because of academic. the fire one was 5 months old, the second one was 3 months old.
    Dr. Adedayo A answered:
    2 years ago
    ok.I understand you now...and after the two.abortion back then,you then had a recent miscarriage...ok...since you have recently had a pregnancy,then I'd advice you continue to try actively .know your ovulation period with the cycle planner if your periods are regular.I will like to be honest to,for your age on the app,it's usually not be as easy to get pregnant as when you were younger.so I.Will advice you get a gynecologist help if you feel there is any sort of delay.and he will have to care for you through the pregnancy
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    A 44 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    I have this question to ask also I've been treated many times because of severe pain at my pelvic area, but i still experience it like on and off. one month of pain and one month not having pain
    Dr. Adedayo A answered:
    2 years ago
    Hello again...This may be a good number of things...previous infections for example from a poorly done abortion or sexually transmitted diseases can predispose women to chronic pelvic pain. Other causes when associated with menses are ovarian problems,fibroid, endometriosis, adenomyoisis. .Other non menstrual related causes will include adhesions from previous surgeries. truth is chronic pelvic pain in women sometimes can be extremely difficult to treat as the cause sometimes in multifactorial. Other things include constipation, colitis, IBS.the list is endless. sometimes it takes a very astute gynaecologist or GP to find out why or just a bit of luck.
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