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Blood Type Diet O Negative Food List
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Ask your physician: Your physician will tell you whether you need to be given RhoGam to prevent you from becoming sensitized. ...Read more
Absolutely: If the father is Rh negative, there would be no risk to the baby. ...Read more
Universal donor: Great wikipedia question. If that does not answer enough lets do 2nd opinion. ...Read more
What happens if my blood type is o positive and my boyfriend is o negative what should our son's blood type be?
If your blood type was always o- but the du was positive and you received a blood transfusion of o positive blood, what actually are you: o negative or o positive?
Blood type: The baby will be o positive.Get a more detailed answer ›
See below: If one parent is o+, and one is o-, the baby is definitely going to be type o. It might be + or - depending on the genetic mix during conception. ...Read more
I want to know how do you know a baby is yours by blood type like if your mines was o negative and the female is a positive does it make a o positive baby
Yes.: Yes. O positive is a possibility.Get a more detailed answer ›
My mom has o positive and my sister has o negative. I have A positive. What blood type would my dad have?
Not single answer:
Your father has to have blood group A, for you to have blood group A.
He could be Rh positive or negative.
For 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, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
What to do if I have o positive blood type. My older sister has o negative blood type. Is this possible?
Yes: It is entirely possible for two siblings to have different rh blood group types. ...Read more
Can I have dysport on the same day of a medical termination (with anti d shot)? I am blood type o negative
Dysport: Dysport acts locally and should not interfere with that process. ...Read more
If my blood type is o positive and my husband is o negative can we have a baby that is o positive blood types?
Yes: You will pass on the positive trait at least half the time, maybe always, so the chance is very good that the baby will be O positive. ...Read more
Can I take vitamin B12 if my blood type is o negative? My friend said I can't take the injections if I have this blood type. Is that true?
That's baloney: Your friend needs to stop reading disinformation websites. ...Read more
I am O negative blood type and had a miscarriage in August of last year due on January. They gave me the rhogam then, do I need it again if trying?
No: There is only risk of sensitization at times when there may be mixing of blood, for example during delivery or with a miscarriage/abortion. Rhogam also given during 2nd trimester in case a few of the baby's blood cells mix with mom's circulation to prevent sensitization. But if no fetus/baby or blood is present, no reason to do the rhogam. So no, you don't need it peri-conception. ...Read more
Is it possible to have both parents with o positive bloodtype, but their child have o negative blood type?
Yes: The rh factor is inherited through separate genetic means from the blood type. The rh factor is a dominant gene, meaning only one gene is needed to cause expression of the factor. So two rh + parents can have a rh+/rh- gene pattern and have a 1/4 chance with every conception of having an rh-/rh- baby, 1/4 chance of rh+/rh+ baby and 1/2 of carrier rh+/rh-. ...Read more
I have an a negative blood type and me husband has o negative. When I get pregnant will I have to get shots for the baby to survive?
Maybe, maybe not: If you both have confirmed rh negative blood, the baby could only be negative & no shots would be needed. If the OB could not confirm the fathers blood type, & there was any chance this was wrong, they might give the routine Rhogam at about 28 weeks just to be cautious. After delivery, another Rhogam shot to protect future pregnancies would depend on the babies blood type. ...Read more
Normal kind: It is as good as any other blood group. If you were interested in being a blood donor, your blood could be given to almost any person. The only concern would be if you were to get pregnant with the father of the baby being Rh positive, there is a small, but manageable risk of the baby, getting hemolytic anemia, while in utero. If you are interested in having babies, discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more
YES!: You are the "universal donor, " because your red cells do not have a, b, or rh+ antigens on them. Your blood type is what is used in critical situations when someone needs blood immediately (usually from trauma), and there is not time to crossmatch the patient for his/her specific blood type. ...Read more
Am a rhd negative and baby is rhd positive blood group. What blood group is the dad if baby is o positive and mum is o negative?
O+, A+, or B+: An o-negative parent can have an o-positive baby with an o+, a+, or b+ parent. ...Read more
No worries: The ABO/Rh blood types usually do not matter when people meet, become friends, date, get engaged, marry, and have children. A couple's ABO/Rh blood types do not cause any problems when they are identical. No worries there. The exception is for Rh-negative pregnant women, who need an Rh antibody injection during pregnancy or miscarriage, when the partner is Rh-positive or Rh-unknown. ...Read more