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B Positive Blood Type Foods To Eat
Should one follow blood group type diet and can the b positive blood type eat chicken and wheat bcoz I have heard that they can eat mutton & not chick?
B+ blood type: The usual blood types are a, b, ab and o. Yours happens to be of b type. You also have rh antibodies in your blood, making it a b+. This will be very important if you ever need a blood transfusion. ...Read more
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
Yes, not Right Issue: Blood type: thousands of proteins on the surface of cells. Abo & rh were the first 2 & most important (in terms of transfusion reactions) types characterized historically. There are hundreds more "types". O means neither a or b. A means a from 1 parent. B means b from 1 parent. Thus a+a, b+b, a+b or o. Rh+ means present. Rh- means not present. A o+rh- mom might reject a+b+rh+ fetus but usually ok. ...Read more
Blood types: You and your siblings could be any of the a, b, ab, or o blood types, with either positive or negative rh factor. ...Read more
My wife, 40, type AB negative blood while mine is type B positive, is pregnant again for 25 weeks. How to prevent and treat fetal hemolytic reaction.
ABO hemolysis: Hemolysis in newborns due to ABO incompatibility is not preventable, but is manageable under the care of an experienced pediatrician or neonatologist. For this reason, newborns from mothers with type O blood type or who are Rh- will be screened closely for this condition, as early recognition and intervention is key to successful recovery. ...Read more
Thanks for asking!: Type 'b positive' blood type means that the person's red blood cell surface contains both the b-antigen as well as the rhesus (rh) factor. About 8-10% of american population has b+ blood type. They can receive blood types of b+, b-, o+, and o-. Compatible recipients of b+ blood include those with b+ and ab+. ...Read more
If you're in love...: Blood types should play no part in determining who you marry. Love alone should. ...Read more
Possible offspring blood types are. ..B+, b-, o+, o-.
Impossible offspring blood types are:...A+, a-, ab+, ab-
hope this helps. ...Read more
Ignore that stuff: During the 1990's, a crooked physician published a series of books suggesting different lifestyles and diets for different blood groups. It was totally made up. It's rubbish. For weight reduction, it's small portions, avoiding greasy / salty / sugary stuff, enough protein, and finding and doing exercise that you enjoy, preferably with friends. All the rest is hogwash. This will free you up ...Read more
My wife blood group is B positive and my blood group is 0 negative. Is there is any issues we will face in future. Pls. Advice.
Your blood groups would not get in the way of the two of you having a successful marriage and family.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine ...Read more
Yes: Nowadays blood groups need not be a factor is choosing a spouse, period. Anyone who tells you otherwise is misleading you. ...Read more
My blood group is o positive and my wife blood group is b positive and my child blood group is a positive. Whether this is possible.
Maybe: The genetics of the ABO group is usually, but not always, mendelian. Your wife may carry a weak allele of a that is not expressed alongside the b. Here's a forensic paper that can help. Http://www. Bioforensics. Com/conference04/serology/abo_phenotype. Pdf it's your decision whether to seek paternity testing in this case. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Having different blood types should not prevent you from becoming pregnant and carrying a successful pregnancy. Since your blood type is RH negative, you will need an injection of Rhogam at 28 weeks, after you give birth, and anytime you have bleeding during your pregnancy to prevent problems in a future pregnancy. ...Read more
Is it possible for an a negative blood father and a b positive mother to have an o negative child?
Yes. For more info:: Http://www. Redcrossblood. Org/learn-about-blood/blood-typesGet a more detailed answer ›
Can parents of blood groups o positive and b positive respectively give birth to an a positive baby?
Father has o positive blood mother has o positive rhfactor blood child was born with b positive blood how can this be?
Blood type genetics: Abo blood type refers to antigens present on red blood cells. From each parent you inherit an a antigen, a b antigen, or no antigen. People inheriting an a and an a are type a. Inheriting an a from one parent and nothing from the other is also type a. Inheriting an a and a b creates type ab. People who are type o have no antigens. If each parent is type o, the children must be type o. ...Read more
My father has o positive blood mother has o positive rhfactor blood child was born with b positive blood how is this possible?
My wife is 4 mnths pregnant, nd her blood group is B Negative nd mine is B Positive. Is there any harm to baby in her womb or what going to happen.
Yse....: Your OB doctor will help giving injection for this Rh mis match. It can be well managed....... ...Read more
Can a blood group a positive mother and a blood group b positive father give birth to an o positive child?
Blood types: Yes. Blood type is determined by the presence or absence of genes encoding the a or b protein on the red blood cell surface. It only takes one copy of the a or b gene to generate the respective protein. So if the mother was ao and the father was bo they would have a 25% chance of an oo child. If either parent had two copies of the gene an o type would be impossible. ...Read more
Whatever you like: I'm sorry if you've been reading books by crooks. There's a series providing all kinds of advice for various blood groups, from the 1990's. It is totally made up as a money-maker. ...Read more
Healthy natural food: All blood types: should eat healthy, natural foods. Healthy usually means low in fat (especially low in animal fats), a moderate amount of protein, and a moderate amount of whole grain carbohydrates (but very little sugar, and not much white rice nor white bread). Natural means unprocessed, with little salt, sauces, or preservatives. One's ABO/Rh blood type makes no difference in food choices. ...Read more
My blood type is o+ is there certain foods I should eat or diet that is best suited for this blood type?
Blood type: There is no relationship between your blood type and your intake of food. You are born with your blood type. Eating green leafy vegetables and liver will increase iron in your blood. That is important if you have been diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia, often caused by heavy periods, pregnancy, or chronic blood loss. ...Read more
Foods that taste: Good. The data on blood types and food choices is rubbish. ...Read more
Is it right that each person with a different blood type should eat in different things. L I mean the food affect every blood type differently?
What should the b- blood type diet consist of and what foods should be avoided? I'm an 18 year old female
No science here: Ignore this stuff. It has no scientific basis. In the 1990's, one individual spun an elaborate fantasy system about different illnesses, diets, lifestyles for different blood types. It was an entertaining as "what is your zodiac sign? " and as baseless. Don't reward this with your money, time or attention. ...Read more