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whose blood type does the baby receive in pregnancy

A 26-year-old female asked:
Dr. Nikolaos Zacharias
26 years experience Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Not high risk.: You will have either o/a, rh+/- offspring. In any case, since you are rh+, fetal anemia should not occur. A remote (1:1000) possibility is mild neona ... Read More
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Dr. James Ferguson
46 years experience Pediatrics
Possible issue: I would not consider an a/o incompatibility issue high risk, but worthy of monitoring. In your lifetime you have likely been sensitized to the protein ... Read More
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Dr. Richard Pollard
30 years experience Anesthesiology
See below: Possible blood types for your children are as follows: a or o. This will not affect your risk of pregnancy. The rhesus type will be + or _. In this ca ... Read More
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A 26-year-old female asked:
Dr. Ed Friedlander
44 years experience Pathology
No: I wish all questions were as easy to answer. Congratulations on finding love and having the hope of starting a family.
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Dr. James Ferguson
46 years experience Pediatrics
Easy process: Both of you start out with no risk for potential newborn to have a problem with their blood type,This combination will not produce any reactions betwe ... Read More
A 29-year-old female asked:
Dr. James Ferguson
46 years experience Pediatrics
Depends: Neither parent determines the blood type of the baby. The baby could have the same as one of the parents or a third, depending on the types involved. ... Read More
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Dr. Azen Jukic
28 years experience Pathology
Rh : Rh antigens are present in every blood. You would need to be more specific. Also, they blood type (a, b, ab, 0) is not connected/related to the rh + o ... Read More
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Dr. Mary Engrav
31 years experience Emergency Medicine
I : I can understand your concern, but you are doing all of the right things. I am glad you have seen the specialist, which sounds like an infectious dis ... Read More
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A 32-year-old female asked:
Dr. Robert Killian
28 years experience General Practice
You tell us: This is an international web application. We have no connection to the specific CPS or even know where you are. This question is not going to be answe ... Read More
A 25-year-old female asked:
Dr. Holly Maes
36 years experience Pediatrics
Not related: Having blood transfusions years ago does not put you at increased risk for blood clots at any point in your life. If your personal and family historie ... Read More
A 25-year-old female asked:
Dr. Ralph Boling
39 years experience Obstetrics and Gynecology
Keeping weight gain: as low as is safe for baby, taking 81 mg aspirin, starting at 14 weeks, daily for the whole of the pregnancy. Keeping an active lifestyle. these are ... Read More
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A 20-year-old female asked:
Dr. Phillip Goebel
16 years experience Emergency Medicine
Conception: Blood type is determined genetically, so the baby's blood type was determined at conception. Since you are rH negative, if you have vaginal bleeding o ... Read More
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