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If Both Parents Have O Positive Blood Type
Yes: If the mother is a combo of o+, o- and the father has the same. Then you could get the o- and another o- gene and be o-. ...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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Yes: The rh factor is determined from both parents. Each parent contributes one half of the infant's rh type. Each parent has 2 rh genes. So, if each parent (of the child in question) has a "split" rh:(-)/(+), i.e. Half negative and half positive--they are reported as "positive". Yet if each parent contributes the "blank" or rh negative portion to baby then he is (-)/(-) or rh negative! ...Read more
No.: O + means type 0, rh positive blood type. It is possible to give rh negative blood to an rh positive recipient, but not the other way around. Your blood doesn't change with transfusion (it's genetic). A person's blood type can change after bone marrow transplant from someone of a different blood type however. ...Read more
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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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can someone with type o positive blood and someone with type b negative blood still have a healthy baby?
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
No: The child could be A or O, but since neither parent has a "B" gene, there is no way for the child to get this. "Positive" is about the rH factor, and since you have not given me the information on whether the parents are positive or negative, I can't comment on that. But if even one parent is "positive", then the child can be because that is a dominant gene. ...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
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?
Can two parents with o positive blood type make an a positive child? I've heard different answers
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
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