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If the fetus is O positive, there will be no problem. If the fetus is O negative and is the first O negative baby, nothing will happen to it, but the subsequent O negative fetuses will be miscarried unless the mother takes some special injections during this pregnancy.
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Yes. If the mother has one A gene and one O gene, and the father has one A gene and one O gene, some children may inherit the O gene from both parents, and therefore b…e type O. If the father is heterozygous (one gene is Rh+) Rh positive, the chances are 50% that the child will be positive. If the father has both genes Rh+, the child will not be Rh negative.
Yes. Regarding blood type, each person has two blood group genes--one from each parent. The blood types sort like this: For blood type O: O/O For blood t…ype A: either A/A or A/O For blood type B: either B/B or B/O For blood type AB: A/B Thus two parents who are A/O (and are therefore blood group A) can have a child who is O/O if they both give the O gene, resulting in blood group O. Regarding Rh type, each parent also give one gene, either Rh - or Rh +. An Rh + person can be either +/+ or +/-: and Rh - person is -/-. To summarize: a mother who is A/O and Rh +/- (and thus A positive) and a father who is A/O and Rh -/- (and thus A negative) can have a child who is O/O and Rh +/- (and thus O positive).
Yes. Both O and negative RH factor are recessive genes. A mother with AO +- and a father with OO +- (gene type) blood can have an O- baby.
I am O positive and my husband is A negative, and our son is A negative, for some reason children mostly take their fathers blood group, but not always, other poss…ible blood groups the baby could be would be either yours or your husbands blood type.
Yes. The father could be carrying a recessive gene for a negative Rh factor. Obviously, the mother carries only the recessive genes.
Can a mother with A positive blood and father with O positive blood have a baby with A negative blood?
No. Rh negative is a recessive gene. Positive people do not carry it.
Yes. Those two parents' children could have any of the following blood types: A-, A+, B-, B+
O positive or A positive
father could be A positive, B positive, or O positive... i cud be more specific if i knew the his parents blood type
If fathers blood group is o positive and mothers blood group is b negative can child blood group be a negative or a positive?
Either. We know the mother is homozygous recessive rh- rh- for rh factor, so she can only pass on an rh negative allele to a child. However, if the father is heterozygous rh+ …rh- for rh factor, he could pass on one of those two alleles to a child. If he passes on the rh+ (dominant) allele, the baby would be rh positive. If he passes on the rh- allele, the baby would be rh negative.
The baby can only be O positive or O negative. Type O blood is double recessive, which means the parents have no A antigens or B antigens so there's no way they could pass the…m to the baby.
If the mother has A positive blood and the father has O negative what would the child's blood type be?
it would either be A+, A-, O+, or O-
surely she will be O+,A+,or B+
Might be the neighbors kid bud or maybe the mail man's
Can a mother with a negative blood and a father with o negative blood have a child with a positive blood?
more than 99% not.