Patient replied :
here the details:
G1P1: normal pregnancy and delivery of baby girl,now aged 9, in good health.
G2p2: in 2007 normal pregnancy and delivery of a baby boy,at 42 weeks, birth weight 4kg, Apgar9, in less than 24 hours post delivery, he developed severe acute respiratory distress with severe cyanosis of the face and extremities, refuse to suck. I dont have other details.However, the baby had autopsy afterwards which revealed that the baby suffered a pathological state of enterohemorrhagic colitis, hemorrhagic infiltration of mediastinum, mesentery, right kidney and surrenal, and large hemorrhage in the peritonium. It was stated that was a direct cause of the death despite intensive reanimation. He died on day 2 after delivery.
G3p3: in 2008, normal pregnancy and delivery of a baby girl, at 40 weeks, weight 3.8 kg, Cranium perimeter 36cm, Apgar 9/10, 10/10. On the first hour she developed a respiratory distress,temperature 38, and initially diagnosed of right pneumothorax, CRP 48, wcc 4800, hb 10.3, platelets 183.000, TP 26%, TCK 35 seconds, Baby received vit K, She was A Rh negative. She also presented later with a severe infection with icterus for which she received phototherapy and double antibiotics cefataxime and amikacyn. 24 hours later she died with partial right pneumothorax and severe enterobacter infection in two sites pulmonary and urinary.
G4p3: in 2011, normal pregnancy, cesarean delivery, of a baby boy,at 38 weeks, I dont have much details but the mother reported similar symptomes of respiratory type, autopsy revealed cyanosic of the face and extremities, polyviscerale congestion, and a bullous emphysema of the right median pulmonary lobe, flat alveoles and bronchioles, lung that had partial respiration despite artificial ventilation.
Regarding other questions: The parents are not co sanguine not even cousins, mother is A rhesus positive, She had a very good follow up during pregnancies 4 visits to gyn , routine blood test and toxoplasmose rubeolla, Bp, diabetes, no problems identified. None of her sisters had simmilar events, each of her sisters had 4, 2, and 2 children. I have the autopsy report in the French language.
The mother was always in good health around the pregnancies and deliveries. Only later, in 2012 she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and carrence in vit D for witch she took a course of carbimasole and levothyrox and Vit D injection. Now all her TFT and Vit D are normal she has stopped carbimasole and Vit D. She is hopping to become pregnant again. all her deliveries were in hospitals