The autism epidemic began when the Anti-D shot for rhesus negative women pregnant with a rhesus positive fetus was approved. And the issue was not so much the shot itself as was the standard operating procedure and time the shot was administered. Rather than giving it before a pregnancy, women would receive it during the pregnancy allowing the antibodies to damage the fetus before the shot was given. That included causing serious damage to the brain cells as well.
Before the shot was approved, such fetus would eventually be completely destroyed. But then the already damaged fetus was saved from dying and often resulted in a child with sometimes severe issues.
If you are rh negative and the man in your life rh positive, make sure to get an antibody screening before getting pregnant and request the Anti-D shot as well to not give your antibodies a chance to harm the braincells of your unborn child.
If the man in your life is rh negative as well, this problem is non-existant. But make sure that his blood type is truly rh negative as blood type tests can show different results. If and only if it turns out he is rh negative as well, my advice is to not take the Anti-D shot even though it is often standard operating procedure to administer it anyways.
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