The question posted by Jack on Dec 99 I believe was incorrectly answered. IF the mother is B and the child is O, then the father cn be O,A,or B but not AB. Therefore the father can be A. IF you look at the answer down further posted by Chris, it futher varifies this. Say the mother is BO and the father is AO, then the child can be O.
If the mother and father of a child are both AB+, It would stand to reason that the child would be AB+ right? My childs father is claiming that he is not her father, all three of us are AB+.I know that the only sure way to find out is DNA testing.
I heard on a TV show the other day, that Type o parent should not have children if the mother has Type AB blood type ???? Is that true--- I have type AB+ blood n the father has/had type O?
I have 2 children-- they both have type AB+ blood type. I am confused???? n startled now, by that????
If the father has type O+ and the mother B, and they both have sickle cell traits, what are the possible blood types for a child that they may have? And by them having the traits, does this increase the risk of the child being stricken with Sickle Cell disease?
Dear doc, I am still not clear on blood types, are you saying that a B type, or an A type mother can have an O type child? I had been under the impression that only two types O parents could produce an O type child.
I just have a couple of questions aboutthe blood.
First of all, What happens if someone gets a transmission of the wrong blood type?
Secondly,Which blood types are considered universal donors ?universal recipients.
And then,What type of cell does the AIDS virus destroy?
I'm a student and I'm doing a presentation in school, about blood groups. I've been reading textbooks, but I'm still rather confused on the topic myself. Could anyone just introduce me to some of the basics, like what are antigens?
Is it possible for a women to conceive sept.11 1999 and deliver may 21,2000 at 38 1/2 weeks. and while pregnant women had to get a rhogam shot, because of her negative blood(b-). The child has the blood type of AB. my question is could the father be A or would he have to be AB.
is it possiible for the mother of a child to be B- and get a rhgam shot to become positive whle carring the baby and the child has the blood type of AB. can the father be A and this be possible or does he have to be AB.
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