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    ana1989 posted:
    hi all,

    i'm 26 and trying to get pregnant. i had a d&c 5yrs ago exactly at 4weeks. Doctor said she is giving me an injection to avoid future pregnancy complications. im O neg and i did not know about rh negative thing back then. Now im not sure the injection she gave was Anti D or could be some other normal injections. Any thoughts much appreciated as i am a bit concerned regarding any complications tat might occur
     
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    kristine403 responded:
    Hi, it might be just an ordinary injection to have a healthier pregnancy in the future. If you are not convinced about it, you can always have a second medical opinion. Let me also share here with you a site I have been using to track my ovulation period and I hope it could also help you. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/ovulation/


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