WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF PURPLE IN PREGNANCY AND HOW TO TREAT IT? - AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES

Purpura in Pregnancy: Risks, Symptoms and Treatment



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Thrombocytopenic purpura in pregnancy is an autoimmune disease, in which the body's own antibodies destroy blood platelets. This disease can be serious, especially if it is not well followed and treated, because the antibodies of the mother can pass to the fetus. The treatment of this disease can be done with corticoids and gammaglobulins and, in more severe cases, a transfusion of platelets or even the removal of the spleen may be necessary