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Can Children Have Different Blood Types Than Parents
If both parents have b+ blood type, can their child have a different blood group? And if the parents have 2 children, can only one child differ?
Yes to both: If both parents are B+, any of their children can be either B+ or O+. Blood type is determined by the presence of either an A or B antigen, regardless of amount., with inheritance from both parents. B+ parents can be either BB or OB, . If both parents are OB, the child can be B+ (inherit a B from either parent) or be O (inherit an O from either) ...Read more
Happens all the time: That's normal and happens all the time. Some combinations are not possible, such as 2 a biological parents having a b baby. ...Read more
Need to know: Blood types of all parties. You parents may be blood group a and b and you may be o and that would be normal. Please resubmit your question with blood types of your parents and yours. ...Read more
My blood type is completely different from my parents. How is this possible? My parents blood type is o+ mine is b+?
Genetics: Ordinarily, two parents both with blood type o cannot have a child with blood type b. There are a few rare ABO alleles, there is the possibility of a lab error, and there is also the possibility that one or both are not your biological parents. Ask each parent separately if you truly want to know and perhaps have trouble -- but decide first whether it's worth it. ...Read more
Blood type.: They should match up unless you are adopted or one of your parents is not really our parents. But discuss with your Dr. For details. ...Read more
Yes: Type ao mom and type bo dad can have type o baby, for example. ...Read more
Yes: Blood types are inherited from both parents. ...Read more
Yes: No problems with this combination.Get a more detailed answer ›
My husband and I both have a positive blood one of our children also has a positive the other o, how can that be? I don't know what our parents blood type.
A+: A+ blood type means that one of the 2 blood type chromosomes (one from father and one from mother) carries a and the other carries either a or o: a+ blood = aa or ao. For one of your children to be a and the other 0, each of you must have one chromosome as a and the other as o (from your parents). Since each of you is ao, each child gets either an a or an o chromosome from one of you, so each child could be either aa, ao, or oo. Aa and ao = a blood type; oo = o blood type. ...Read more
Can two parents with o positive blood type make an a positive child? I've heard different answers
Using: Using the ABO blood typing system- two parents with type o blood would have a baby with type o blood. The baby may or maynot be rh positive. ...Read more
NOPE: Nope.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is there a way to find out your baby's blood type without tests if you know both parents blood types?
What happens if two parents who's blood types are both b produce a child that has blood type o, what can you say about the parent's genotypes?
Homework problem: Probably both parents have one copy of the B allele and one copy of the O allele. There are other exceptional situations -- each parent may carry Bombay, which when inherited from each parent masks B. And there are some weak alleles. Enjoy your studies. ...Read more
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
Blood typing: The 4 major blood groups are a, b, ab and o. If your mother is group o, than neither of her parents could be type ab. The others would be possible. Likewise, being rh positive means that at least one of your mother's parents were rh positive, but not necessarily both. ...Read more
Is there a such thing as C blood type? Is it possible for parents with B and O blood child to be C blood type?
Hemoglobin C: The main blood TYPES are A, B, AB and O. Perhaps you are referring to an abnormal hemoglobin type (Hemoglobin C) which can be detected on newborn screening results. Hemoglobin C is a structural variant of normal Hemoglobin A which may be of no clinical significance, or cause anemia and enlarged spleen. ...Read more
How to know which blood type I have? I mean if I know the blood type of my parents? Without a blood test, is it possible?
Many possibilities: At leasat one of your parents would have to be rh positive. For the ABO system, your parents could be group o, either one could be a or b. The only group they cannot have is ab. ...Read more
No: This is not possible with these blood types. I would check the parents blood types again. ...Read more
No: The genetics do not permit this.Get a more detailed answer ›
Absolutely: An 'a neg' person can be ao or aa for the 'a' and must be negative/negative for the rh. So they can give an a or an o gene, but must give a negative rh gene. The 'o' blood type is only oo genetically, but positive/positive or positive/negative for the rh gene. So if the a gives an a and a negative, and the o gives an o and a positive, the child will be a positive, because these are both dominant. ...Read more
Depends: The possibilities include A+ O+Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: A pos people often carry a dose of o; if both parents give this gene to junior, junior has blood group o. ...Read more
Yes: Each parent has two rh genes. It only takes one positive gene to make a person rh positive, so each parent can have a positive and a negative rh gene. Both genes have to be rh negative for someone to be rh negative. Since each parent only contributes one gene to child, the child can get a negative gene from each parent and therefore be rh negative. ...Read more
If one parent belongs to b blood type and another parent belongs to o blood type, is it possible for them to have a child with a blood type?
ABO blood typing is: Not sufficient to prove or disprove paternity or maternity because of possible testing difficulties. If concerned, consult your doctor. Chromosomal microarrays can be done on buccal swabs from parents ; infant by the lineagen company in salt lake city, ut, (801) 931-6224. If one parent has b blood type ; the other 0, one would expect their infant to have either b or o blood type. ...Read more
Can parents with b and o blood type can have a child with a or ab blood type? It is possible if any of the grand parents of the child have a or ab?
Blood type heredity: If the parents are definitely b and o then it would not be possible for their child to be either ab or a since neither parent carries the a antigen. The blood types of the grandparents do not have an effect on the grandchild. It is only the parents who influence the blood type of the offspring. ...Read more
If my spouse and I have the same blood type (o positive) will this affect us at the time to become parents?
Yes indeed: Blood cells show A or B antigens - if neither are present the blood type is O. A parent will AO or AA genes will be Type A. Since the child gets one gene from each parent - if both parents are AO and both pass the O to the child -- then the child will be O. The options are AA, AO, OA and finally 1 out of 4 gets the OO - and is type O. pretty cool stuff huh? ...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
Me and my husband have different blood types positive \ negative, when I should take the anti D injection and how many times??
Frist pregnancy?: If you are Rh positive and he is Rh negative no need to take Anti D injection. But if the case is reverse with you being negative and he positive, get the anti D wit the recommendations of your obstetrician. If you are Rh negative, the chances of more daamge to the foetu is more as the order of pregnancy is high. More damage the 2nd time pregnancy than the 1st, u need the shot of anti D in earlier ...Read more
Universal donor: Most people can receive blood group O red blood cells. ...Read more
Blood groups do not do any thing, with rare exceptions. They are variations in the genetic make up of different individuals. It is just like having different eye or hair colors. The different colors do not do anything and the same is true for blood groups.
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Many: A+, a-, b+, b-, ab+, ab-, o+, o-. If you are getting a blood transfusion, there are many other factors to take into consideration. Kell, lewis, and other factors have to be matched so that there won't be a reaction. Without a perfect match, you may have a big problem in a transfusion situation. ...Read more
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