Fetomaternal Hemorrhage has got specific importance particularly in case of haemolytic disease of the new-born. It has got special impact in patients of RH incompatibility that is RH negative mother bearing RH positive foetus. It has played a significant role in reducing the morbidity and mortality in RH incompatibility cases in past. The base of this treatment is prophylactic Anti-D injection after delivery abortion and other conditions related with FMH. The dose of this Anti-D is dependent on the quantity of FMH which can be detected by using KB Test.
Material and Method: In our study we have done comparative study of FMH in cases of full term normal vaginal delivery in primigravida against lower segment caesarean section in primigravida. The sample size will be 60 in each group. The blood was collected after 2-4 hours following FTND and LSCS. The FMH was decided by KB Test and analysis of both groups was done to know whether there is significant difference.
Result: Our study showed that there is no significant difference in FMH in cases of FTND and LSCS.