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Ab Rh Negative Rare Blood Type
The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative, Rh resistant, Rh positive
Not much to know: This will not affect your life in a meaningful way unless you become the mother of an unborn child who has inherited rh positivity from the child's father. You'll be given an injection to prevent yourself from becoming sensitized, which can endanger the next baby. Basically this is what you need to know. There's some internet hokum about blood types -- take your questions to your physician. ...Read more
Can two people with Rh negative blood type have kids togather and if so do we need to do something special to make it happen if it helps I am 27 and my husband is 36
That is only part: The rh system is the most important determinant of blood type next to the ABO system. You sometimes see that a patient is a+. That means they have blood type a and rhesus positive. You have to know both in order to donate or receive blood. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My blood type is Rh negative what blood type can my husband be so that we can have a healthy baby?
Depends: If you had weird medical care in the past that included a transfusion of Rh positive blood, or a similar medical event that triggered anti- Rh antibodies, you would have problems with any Rh + hubby. If not, any type with positive or negative would be okay. Modern obstetrical care has made the once important issue of blood types more a nuscience than a threat. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My blood type is Rh negative what blood type does my partner have to be so that we can have a healthy baby?
Any blood type:
Can produce a healthy baby. When mom is rh negative and dad is negative then the baby will most likely be rh negative too.
You can have a healthy baby no matter what by taking care of yourself and eating well. Your OB will monitor you and rh neg mothers receive a Rhogam shot during pregnancy to prevent problems and after if the baby's blood type is rh positive. ...Read more
My blood type is o and my husband is Rh negative blood type, can I conceive a baby? Or will it be hard to?
You're fine: Blood type is not a factor in conception. If your husband is Rh pos and you are Rh neg, you may need an injection to prevent sensitization but this is totally routine nowadays. There are some phony websites that are intended to deceive couples are dangerous combinations of blood types. They're trash and you need to ignore them. I'm glad you have each other and hope your dreams come true. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My mother is a+rh positive and so is my dad, my blood type is a-rh negative. How is this possible?
Blood type: Consists of blood group a, b, ab or o combined with rh factor positive or negative. Lacking this cell surface marker (rh negative), neg folks cannot take blood products from people who are rh positive, as your body will reject them, followed by blood group. Rh negative folks are not rare in number. They are simply more restricted, based on that neg factor, from whom they can receive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The Rh factor is: Inherited. If the mother is Rh (a protein on the surface of red blood cells) negative and the father is Rh positive, the fetus can inherit the Rh gene from the father and be either Rh positive or Rh negative. Even if the fetus is Rh positive, few problems occur during the Rh neg woman's first pregnancy, because the two blood circulations are separate. Treatment is given to prevent 2nd preg problem ...Read more
Either: Not enough information, since the rh-factor can either be transmitted or not, so could be either. Equally challenging to see if you are a, b, or ab blood type, depending on mom's blood type. Can donate blood and they'll send you a donor card with your blood type & rh factor (and you will save 3 people's lives!). ...Read more
Blood test says my blood type is O Positive but on the part where is says Rh factor it says negative. How does that make sense? Mean something else?
It doesn't: It doesn't really, but here's what probably happened: If you're pregnant and getting prenatal labs, in RH negative patients who've had a previous pregnancy it's typical to test for RH factor antibody (an immune response against RH+ blood). This test is not necessary in RH+ women, but it was likely done by routine, and the result, as expected in negative since an RH+ person won't have RH Antibody ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello doctors. Today I was in blood bank, and they didn't take my blood. My blood type is 0 RH Du + (weak), Kell +. Is this uncommon? Thank you
Blood type: O blood is the most common of all. The Du and Kell markers are different minor sub types of blood. Blood is identified by glycoproteins. These are sugar units attached to a protein molecule. The sugar units attach in a way that identifies blood type A, B, O etc. Actually A and B are O blood with extra units on them. This is why O blood is the Universal donor. ...Read more