Apologies for using this forum to ask you a work related question, but my GP is not too hot on some things!
Number two son was born with pin-prick spots and bruising, later confirmed as Neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia. He was fine within a week, and my only concern now is myself - I was given a card to 'carry around with you at all times' stating that I've got HPA-1A antibodies, so have to be careful in case of blood transfusion. I'd like to know how serious this is (in case of being squashed by a bus when I'm out running!), as everything I've read on the good old internet is too technical and frankly scares the pants off me!!