Welcome to our patient landing page! From here you can find all sorts of patient resources such as: a personal roadmap through an alloimmunized pregnancy, a week by week pregnancy timeline, perinatal mood and anxiety disorder resources, bereavement resources, and so much more. If you aren’t certain what a term means, click over to our Glossary. Some of the links in this document go to our Resource Library. When you are finished reading through our guided tour, be sure to check out the Resource Library for more detailed information about alloimmunization and HDFN.
Disclaimer: The purpose of this website is to provide general education, access to resources, and relevant literature. This website does not provide specific medical advice or recommendations for individual patients and is not a substitute for speaking with qualified healthcare professionals. The Allo Hope Foundation strongly recommends that care and treatment related to alloimmunization and HDFN be made in consultation with your physicians who are familiar with your individual health situation.
Got questions? Read through our patient roadmap to get answers. We will walk you through some of the most common questions that women with alloantibodies ask.
Would you like to know what your baby's MoM is? What the phototherapy treatment thresholds are? What are the survival rates if your baby is born right now? Learn the answer to all of these and more on our vital numbers and statistics page.
Did you know that your antibodies will never go away? Even when you are 80 years old, you still need to let your providers know about them. Learn why on our page about hemolytic transfusion reactions and create your own medical alert card.
You can read all of the information available online, but nothing speaks to you quite like another mother who has gone through what you're going through right now. Hear from other families how their alloimmunized pregnancies went.
Not all pregnancies have a happy ending. What happens if you loose your baby? How are you supposed to say hello and goodbye? Find grief and bereavement resources here.