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Whose Blood Type Does The Baby Receive In Pregnancy
My blood type is o positive, and my husband is a negative. Will we have a+/- children, and would that make for high risk pregnancies?
Possible issue: I would not consider an a/o incompatibility issue high risk, but worthy of monitoring. In your lifetime you have likely been sensitized to the proteins on the a blood cells & your antibodies will cross into baby & boost his/her chances of having jaundice. Most do well without rx & some require some special monitoring & help. I can remember only 1 case in 3 decades that gave me any real trouble. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Cytomegalovirus (cmv) during pregnancy? Problems with babies? Hi, I write, bcz I am concern. I got a blood test and even though the result was negative, I got that I had this CMV virus non recently and I am pregnant, so I'm afraid my baby can get an
Confusing wording: I take it your testing said you had CMV in the past. Right? .The testing determines if you had it long ago or within 2 months. If long ago, relax. CMV is only a problem for your baby if you have it for the first time during pregnancy.Once you had it you are immune and any future pregnancy has no CMV risk. ...Read more
If cps is following a friends pregnancy due to a dirty ua for pot, will babies meconium be tested at birth? Or just blood / urine?
Depends: In my state, if your friend is on the CPS watch list, every hospital in the region will be on notice and both urine and meconium would routinely be tested. Since meconium can retain any banned substance for months after use, the only way to stay out of trouble would be to abstain. You didn't identify the state, so I don't know if this applies. ...Read more
I had blood transfusions as an infant because I was a preemie what are the chances of me developing a blood clot in pregnancy? No history blood disor
Unrelated: Blood transfusions have not been reported or known to cause blood clots however the pregnancy itself is a well known risk factor for blood clots. During pregnancy, risk differs from one woman to another depending on prior history of blood clots or other familial risk factors. If concerned, ask your doctor. ...Read more
When develops baby's blood type? At what stage of pregnancy? I have negative blood my husband positive
Conception: Blood type is determined genetically, so the baby's blood type was determined at conception. Since you are rH negative, if you have vaginal bleeding or a miscarriage you will need to be treated with a product called rhogam to prevent future immune responses to any future pregnancies. ...Read more
I`m pregnant, have rh-positive blood type and Coombs test is positive. It`s my second pregnancy, in first I had negative coombs. Will my baby be ok?
If two family member wanted to get married with the same blood type, what is the chances of pregnancy and the baby for future? Does genetic test help
You can calculate it:
Here's an online application to calculate blood types:
http://www. Biology. Arizona. Edu/human_bio/problem_sets/blood_types/btcalcA_popup. Html
It says the baby has equal chances of
being A+, A-, O+ or O-.
Best! ...Read more
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. ...Read more
See below: The cord blood can be tested in mothers who are type o and who's fathers are type a or b. Alternatively the blood can be tested on any newborn who is jaundiced. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
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 frequently ...Read more
A or B: As described.Get a more detailed answer ›
Need more info: How old is your baby? A hemoglobin of 9 can be perfectly normal, depending on age. We need more information in order to properly answer this question. ...Read more
You should be fine.: There should not be a problem for you or your baby as you both have a positive Rh factor. The type O or a should not create issues for you as your husband could donate blood to you, but you would not be able to give your blood to him, and generally the type of the parents blood is only problematic where Rh factor is concerned. Ask your OB/GYN if you want additional reassurance. Good luck! ...Read more
After delivering a baby- and you get a shot because of the blood type what type of blood is that?
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. ...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 ›
Depends: The possibilities include A+ O+Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Type ao mom and type bo dad can have type o baby, for example. ...Read more
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: Blood types are inherited from both parents. ...Read more
O, A, B, Rh + or Neg: Father can be blood group o, a, b, but not ab. He can be either positive or negative of rh d. ...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
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