I wrote some posts on allergies before, but I'm still confused.
I've read on here that HELLP happens because of a shallowly implanted placenta. But I've also read that HELLP happens because of an immune response to the placenta.
With me being a person with allergies, when I have an allergy and am exposed to the allergen, with each exposure I seem to get a worse immune response. Does that mean if I had a 2nd baby my body would have a worse immune response?
I know that my spiral arteries will be a little bigger the 2nd time around, so that would help with implantation a bit. But as far as an immune respose...I just don't know. (Unless the immune response happens because of the shallowly planted placenta. If it happens just because there's a placenta there in general I would think I could be in trouble?)