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Can a male and female both with b negative blood type have healthy children?

Can a male and female both with b negative blood type have healthy children?

Does not matter: The parents' blood types do not matter, meaning the health of the children are not related to the parents' blood types, as long as the woman gets good prenatal care (to prevent problems of an rh negative woman carrying an rh positive baby), and the baby gets good care after delivery (to prevent excessive jaundice). People are free to choose their spouses without worrying about abo-rh blood types. ...Read more

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Blood Type B Negative (Definition)

Blood type B negative (B but not A blood type antigen is present, but there is no Rh, ...Read more


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Is a b negative blood type rare?

Yes: It is reported to make up about 2% of blood types. Take care. ...Read more

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What are the personality traits of a b negative blood type?

What are the personality traits of a b negative blood type?

There are none: During the 1990's, a crook wrote a series of books claiming that blood type impacted general health, personality, best diet choice, and so forth. It was totally made up. I'm sorry anyone troubled you about this. ...Read more

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What happens if two parent with o positive blood types have a child with b negative blood type?

What happens if two parent with o positive blood types have a child with b negative blood type?

Not possible: It is possible for the child to be rH negative if both parents are hybrid rH positive (one positive and one negative rH gene), but if they are both type O can only have type O children. Either one of them is not the biologic parent, or someone's blood typing is a mistake. Someone had to give that B gene. ...Read more

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If my husband blood type is b negative and my blood type is o positive what will the baby blood type be?

If my husband blood type is b negative and my blood type is o positive what will the baby blood type be?

It can be either: B or O, positive or negative, depending on which 2 genes you both carry. Your husband may have 2 B genes, or a B and an O gene. You may have two positive genes or a positive and a negative gene. B+O would equal B, O+O would equal O. Negative + negative = negative, while negative + positive = positive. It depends on what you both carry and what you pass on! ...Read more

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Can two o blood types make a b negative baby?

No: This genetic combination would only produce a baby with an o blood type.Before jumping to conclusions check the parents blood type. Lots of people get these wrong. ...Read more

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What two blood types are needed in order to be b negative?

Blood typing: In general there are 4 major blood groups, a, b, ab and o, signifying the presence/absence of certain molecules on the red cell surface. Type a has only "a" molecule; type b has only "b" molecule; type ab has both and type o has neither. The "positive" and "negative" reference refers to the presence/absence of rh molecule on the red cell surface. O positive is the most common blood group. ...Read more

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Can someone with type o positive blood and someone with type b negative blood still have a healthy baby?

Can someone with type o positive blood and someone with type b negative blood still have a healthy baby?

Yes: The more problematic combination would be a rh neg mom, but even that is readily managed today. Abo mis-matches are seldom more than a minor problem with jaundice & respond to proper management. ...Read more

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Refers to the proteins present or not present on the surface of red blood cells. The types are a, ...Read more


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