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Can blood be either B positive or negative?

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January 13, 2010 1:50PM

Blood can be either B positive or B negative.

Blood can also be A positive, A negative, O positive, O negative, AB positive or AB negative.

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You can receive B and O. If you are positive you can receive either positive or negative. Negative can only receive negative.

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No. Although the blood type of the child can be either positive or negative, two parents with type A blood cannot have a child with type B blood.

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Yes, parents with positive blood types can have children with either positive or negative blood type. Only if both parents are negative would all the children be negative.

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Yes, butonly if both parents have the negative gene, but have a positive blood type because they have both the positive and negative gene. A positive blood type is dominant and negative is recessive. So if they have both and both pass down the negative gene the child has a negative blood type. And the child will either have an O or B blood type. Making a B negative blood type. I hope that helps :)

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The child may have either O or B blood type, assuming that the mother has a recessive allele for O blood type. A child of parents with both positive and negative Rh factor may have either. So, the child could have O positive, O negative, B positive, or B negative blood types.

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You dad can either be O, AB, A,or B and he can be positive or negative.

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The father's blood wil be positive, but can be either A, B, O, or AB. Nathalie

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Mother's blood group is B--it has to be if daughter is B and father is O. She could be either Rh positive or negative. Brother could be either B or O and either Rh positive or negative.

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yes, if the mother is either A positive or AB positive.

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B Positive Blood Type Persons with B Positive Type Blood can receive the following types of blood: B Positive B Negative O Positive O Negative B Positive type blood can be safely given to persons with blood types: B Positive AB Positive

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There are two kinds of blood that can be donated, either type B positive blood or the universal blood type which is O negative.

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one has to bee either A negetive A positive or AB and the other has to be either B positive B negative or AB

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The child will be either B or O (not A or AB), but whether positive or negative is impossible to say.

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Blood groups are A, B, and O. Each type of blood is either positive or negative. When a couple is planning on marriage, their blood type is not as important as the positive or negative aspect. A woman with negative blood types may encounter problems having children if her husband has a positive blood type. All blood types are compatible as long as they are both positive or negative.

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No. The child would be either type O or B, and either rH negative or positive.

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There are eight types of blood. The blood types can be either A, B, AB, or O. Each one of these blood types can be either negative or positive. So you would have A- or A+, B- or B+ and so on.

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If both parents have Type B blood the only blood type the child can have is either B or O not looking at whether one of the parents is negative or not.

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The possibilities include B positive, B negative, O positive, O negative.

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The groups are: A negative A positive B negative B positive AB negative AB positive O Negative O positive

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Yes, she can. As far as blood type goes, if one parent is O and the other parent is B, the child can be either O or B. For Rh factor (i.e. negative or positive), if at least one parent is positive, then the child can be either negative or positive. If both parents are negative, then the child will be negative. So, it is perfectly plausible that it is his child.

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A person with B type blood can donate to a patient with B type blood and to the universal receiver. The universal receiver is type AB+. A person who does not carry the Rh factor, which means they are either B negative, AB negative or O negative, cannot receive B positive or AB positive blood.

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No. If both parents are positive, the child will be positive. If both parents are negative, the child will be negative. Parents who are negative and positive can have children who are either positive or negative. '+' + '+' = '+' '-' + '-' = '-' '+' + '-' = '-' or '+'