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Birth & Pregnancy Negligence Claims

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Rhesus Disease Compensation Claims

Rhesus disease is an incompatibility between a woman’s adnd her unborn child’s blood. People with rhesus positive have red blood cells with a protein surfaced called 'D antigen' People without D antigen are known as 'RhD negative'. Around 90% of pregnant women are 'RhD positive'.

What are the symptoms of Rh disease:

Though the mother develops no Rh disease symptoms, her Rh positive baby can have problems if the mother has developed antibodies. The most common symptoms of Rh disease in the foetus may include:

The amniotic fluid contains bilirubin and may have a yellow colouring.

Delay in performing an evacuation of retained products of pregnancy/conception (ERPC) causing further complications in mother.

Ultrasound of the foetus shows enlarged liver, spleen, or heart and fluid build-up in the foetus causing swelling of the abdomen.

How you might be treated:

Phototherapy for the new born.

Blood transfusions to remove bilrubin built up in the new born.

Intrauterine blood transfusion for the baby in the womb.

Intravenous immuno globin is passed through veins to stop further red blood cells from being destroyed.

How you and your baby might be affected by rhesus disease:

If rhesus disease is left undiagnosed or misdiagnosed the baby might be lost in the womb in extreme cases. However, rhesus disease is preventable. It requires the rhesus disease affected foetus to be regularly monitored and scanned so that early detection and treatment is possible.

In some cases the baby suffers brain damage.

Sometimes baby doesn’t cry and will develop irregular heart beat and breathlessness after birth.

The baby might face learning difficulties and blindness or deafness.

The baby may suffer heart failure in the womb if the Rh disease is serious.

If you or your baby were injured during pregnancy or child birth due to clinical or medical negligence, call our Medical Negligence Solicitors for a free conference on 0113 388 0400 or contact us online and we will call you within 1 hour.

Our Medical Negligence Solicitors know that pregnancy and birth injuries can be emotional and devestating. At Chapman Dhillon Solicitors, our solicitors are experts in handling complex legal and medical issues. We are sensitive to your needs and can ensure that you receive the best support possible.

When you contact Chapman Dhillon Solicitors and provide details of what happened, whether the injury occured in a private clinic or an NHS hospital; we will be able to tell you if you have a claim for medical negligence compensation immediately. You will only speak with qualified Solicitors. Our medical negligence solicitors will advise you on how to claim compensation, the claims process, any time constraints; and how successful your claim is likely to be.

If you or someone you know would like to make a claim for compensation against a doctor or medical professional then rest assured, we can offer you a caring and empathetic ear. We shall give you clear guidance and help when you need it most. Often, compensation does not fix the damage but it can help ease the suffering by paying towards costs for medical assistance or equipment. Our aim is to help you get back as much as you can with the highest amount of compensation. Speak with a Solicitor today on 0113 388 0400.
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