Yes, people with AB positive blood can receive O positive blood. In fact, AB+ can receive *any* blood, A, B, O, or AB, positive or negative. It is the other blood types that have restrictions.
Anyone. AB can receive from anyone and positive can receive from positive and negative.
If you are AB positive (AB+ is universal receiver for positive blood group) then you can receive blood from A+, B+ & O+ & if you are AB negative then you cn receive blood from A-, B- & O-.
If you have type O positive blood, then you can't receive type AB negative blood. However, you can give type O positive blood to someone with type AB positive blood.
No; they can receive any negative blood, but not positive blood.
no. AB- can only be given to AB- or AB+ but you can receive AB-, A-, B-, O-
AB positive can donate to AB positive. AB negative to AB negative and AB positive.
No. Negative blood types must receive negative blood. AB- can receive AB-, A-, B-, or O- blood.Special blood types are AB+ (universal recipient) which can receive any blood type but only give to AB+, and O- (universal donor) which can give to any blood type but must receive only O- blood.
No. You may receive from O positive and O negative only. A, B, and AB +/- would clot your blood and kill you.
No. An AB neg can receive blood from any blood group with a negative Rh (A neg, B neg, AB neg, O neg).