Antibody little "c"

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Antibody little "c"

Postby LauraBeck12 » Wed Jan 23, 2013 04:48 pm

I got a call from my OB telling me that i am positive for anti-c.
I did some internet reading and noticed a correlation between women who have had pre-eclampsia and these antibodies n other forums.
This is my second pregnancy and no one mentioned anything like this for my first pregnancy that developed early onset severe pre-e.
My OB think that i am positive now because of the blood transfusion that i needed with my son.

I'm trying not to think the worst.... especially because we still know so little.
I go in for further blood tests tomorrow and my husband will be tested as well.
I feel like with the threats of pre-e reoccurring as high as they are and now this news, that it may mean another loss? Or at least the odds are stacking against us more then i had hoped.

Does anyone know anything about this antibody or have first hand experiences of their own?
I wold love to hear some good outcomes right about now.
Laura Beck, mother to Our most cherished Love - Our son- 8/1/11- 8/4/11
severe swelling and increased blood pressure started between 20-22 weeks. (ignored by medical professionals)
was finally clinically diagnosed with severe pre-e at 27 weeks.
spent 2 weeks in hospital.
He was born at 29 weeks, at exactly 2lbs. classical incision c-section.
He lived for 3 days in the NICU , autopsy said "lung failure" was cause of death.

http://clercbaby.blogspot.com/
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Re: Antibody little "c"

Postby caryn » Sat Jan 26, 2013 05:55 pm

Have you gotten the tests back yet?

I don't know much about this off the top of my head, but will go look.
Science! The articles you don't want to miss:
The Preeclampsia Puzzle (New Yorker) and Silent Struggle: A New Theory of Pregnancy (New York Times)
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DS Oscar born by emergent C-section at 34 weeks for fetal indicators, due to severe PE
DD Bridget born by C-section after water broke at 39 weeks after a healthy pregnancy
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