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Whose Blood Type Does A Baby Get
Easy process: Both of you start out with no risk for potential newborn to have a problem with their blood type, This combination will not produce any reactions between mom and baby or related jaundice.There is no guarantee there won't be some other unrelated problem but not one related to blood type.See 1 more doctor answer
Confusing question: Women who have a rhesus negative blood type usually receive "rhogam" by injection once during pregnancy & after delivery. This injection helps prevent the mom from developing antibodies to a rhesus positive blood that could harm a rhesus positive baby. It is not given after birth if mom gives birth to a rhesus negative infant, ¬ used if mom has a rhesus positive blood type.See 1 more doctor answer
I am Thalassemia carier and Rh+ blood type, my wife is Rh- and no Thalassemia. If Rh sensitized, will us have problem to get baby?
Rh incompatibiliy: If the baby has Rh +, the baby can have hemolysis (destruction of the RBC- from the antibody carried by the mother-due to this rh incompatibility). the baby can become anemic and jaundice etc. It however can be prevented- by giving rhogam to the mother during and immediately after delivery. You need to talk and discuss in detail with her OB about this.See 1 more doctor answer
When u get a DNA test and u having a girl or boy does the baby have the father blood type to determine who's the father?
Type and screen.: All donated blood are also tested for ABO and rh groups, along with the presence of red blood cell antibodies. This is known as a type and screen. Typing of blood the ABO and rh status. The sample is then screened for any alloantibodies that may react with blood.See 1 more doctor answer
A range: If you are heterozogous for your a, then junior can have type a or type o. If you are homozygous for your a, then junior can have type a only. If you are heterozygous for your rh (positive / negative), then junior can be either rh positive or rh negative. If you are homozygous for your rh positivity, junior will be positive. It's a bit trickier but this almost always works.See 1 more doctor answer
No: This will make no difference to the child, as long as the partner is healthy.See 2 more doctor answers
Rh Incompatibility: Hi, if this is the first pregnancy nothing would happen unless ur wife has been exposed to a Rh-positive blood via transfusion before, with pregnancy a small number of fetus red Blood cell travels to mom's blood and cause an immune reaction, the Antibody produced by mom's immune system can travel to the fetus and cause a hemolytic Anemia, during pregnancy the doctor obtains ultrasound frequentlySee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: That should not cause any blood-type issues at all. The problems mostly come when someone rh negative marries someone rh positive.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: The blood types of the parents have little to no impact on the potential health of an infant, provided that proper obstetrical care is taken for the few situations that are concerning. B and ab+ is not one of those situations.See 1 more doctor answer
Child has O- blood type, heard its rare, im scared if she ever needs blood there will be a shortage of her type: (should I worry??
No/no: AB negative is the rarest blood type in the US with < or up to 1% having it based on ethnic background. O neg range is 1-8% based on ethnic background and hospitals/blood banks keep it around all the time because they can use it as basic blood in most emergency settings. (for most types) I'd find something else to worry about, this has been covered.See 1 more doctor answer
Either!: Your baby has a 50-50 chance of inheriting either your blood type or the baby's father's blood type. Depending on any medical concerns at the time of birth, the pediatrician caring for your baby may or may not order a blood type to check on things. In many cases, unless there is a problem with your baby (such as significant jaundice), this blood test may not be routinely done or necessary.See 3 more doctor answers
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