Can you marry the same blood group woman?
Your blood group has no bearing on who you can marry. It is only relevant to blood transfusions.
Yes you can get married with a person that has the same blood group as you but there is a chance of your babies to get blood poison.
Yes. A person of any blood group can marry another person from the same or any other blood group. Blood group does not dictate "marriageability" between two people.
Yes, a male and female with the same blood type can marry. An identical blood type does not mean that the two people are related.
yes, but it would be very weird
hi im male i m getting married to girl who has having same blood group as i have it is b+ can it be a prob for me in future or it is safe to be get married pl ans to my question
Yes, lots of people ask this question, there must only be less than 20 percent of the worlds couples that have the same blood group. Nothing will happen to their children either.
When talking only about marriage itself, a man with blood type AB can marry a woman with the same blood type. However, when talking about having children, having different Rh factors in the blood can cause fertility issues.
Yes. First of all, your blood group is irrelevant for marriage in most cases. If you're worried about children, then don't be. Having the same blood group doesn't cause any problems. On the contrary, it's less likely to cause problems.
is A positive blood group and AA blood group the same
It is never a good idea to marry within your close relations or family. However, the blood type of your partner should not be a barrier to marriage. However, if you have a child, the doctor should investigate the child's and the mother's blood types, as this can lead to complications during birth.
It is perfectly safe to get married with any blood group. People who start having kids with the same blood type have no complications due to the child's blood type in the whom. If the child has different blood type then the mother that has some rare blood types (A- RH- being one of them), then both have the chance of getting blood poisoning at birth (but they have inoculations to stop that).
Yes, there is no problem with that, but they have to check the RH in both of them. If both positive no problem. If both negative also no problem. If woman negative and man positive, during delivery mother should take an Anti-body injection in each birth special for this situation.
It is actually better if you have the same blood group.
If a woman is already married to a man and wants to marry a woman does she need to get a divorce from her husband first?
Yes. But first, whether she can marry a woman depends on whether same sex marriage is recognized in her jurisdiction. If it is, she must divorce her husband before she can marry someone else. A woman can only be legally married to one person at a time.
Only if same sex marriage is legal.
Yes. She can marry the same man as many times as she wants. Yes. She can marry the same man as many times as she wants. Yes. She can marry the same man as many times as she wants. Yes. She can marry the same man as many times as she wants.
no. it is entirely different
The blood group O positive(O+) specifies that the person can donate his/her blood to any other person of same or different blood group. But, O+ can accept blood only from a person having same blood group (i.e O+) and not from any other group.
There is no disease caused by parents having the same ABO blood group.
The baby gets part of its blood group from the father, and part from the mother, so its blood group is not going to be identical to the mother's.
Yes. A lesbian can marry a man anywhere. A lesbian can marry a woman in any of the states and countries that have legalized same-sex marriage.
A blood test will reveal your child's blood group -- siblings do not necessarily all have the same blood type.
Is it possible that your half brother and you have the same blood type but have different birth fathers?
Absolutely ! If the father of each child has the same blood group - there is a likelihood the children will inherit the same blood group (but obviously different genetic fingerprints !)
No __________________________________________________________ No woman; in any God religion; can be married to two men in the same time. According, if the Muslim married woman is divorced, then she can marry a divorced or non divorced Muslam man.
yes probably. you dont have to have the same blood group as your siblings and even your parents, you could have the same blood group of any of your grandparents.
Yes if both have the same blood group , the child at birth will have trouble.
If both of you meet in the same spot, then yes.
Sure. As long as you are not related by blood.
yes, but the father may also be from another blood group, still with the same rh factor, such as B-, AB-, O-, that is, he will definitely have a blood group with the negative one like you, even if the blood group is not the same.
Is it true that marry inside relation and the blood group is same their child will born as a handicap?
It's considerably more complicated than that, but the children of a couple who are closely related do have an increased chance of having certain genetic disorders.
Yes. There is no relationship between the gender of a baby and the blood group of the parents.
Yes, it is possible.
ANSWER: As of what? A woman needs to be married to this man, and divorce him, am I right? If this is your question it will be hard to justify or even count if a woman will marry again the man that she divorce, agreed?
No, this is obvious that not because each human have a different blood group and if there will be a blood transfer, they will definitely need blood with the same group as they have!!
You cannot marry someone who is already married, someone who is closely related to you by blood or (in some jurisdictions) someone who is of the same gender as you.
Yes of course all blood types produce the same species of genes it just will help determine what blood type your child will have.
If a mother has blood group 0 positive and the father is also 0 positive can they give birth to a child with blood group 0 negative?
Yes - when the blood groups match blood can be donated. This is because both the people with blood type A will have the same antigens and antibodies. This makes it unlikely that the blood will coagulate when mixed.
In nearly all cases any offspring of two parents with the same blood type will have the same blood type, so if both husband and wife have B+ blood, their children will too.
yes, only the blood group should be same
No, blood type has nothing to do with infertility.
No, your blood group remains the same throughout your life =] x
A "blood relationship" means people related through a bloodline. A woman and man marry but are not related before marriage nor do they come from the same bloodline. But, you and siblings born to your mom and dad are related by bloodline. Your mother's siblings (your aunts and uncles) are direct bloodline, and the same with your father's siblings. But you do not have a blood relationship to the spouses of your mom's or dad's… Read More
No, not always. They must have the same blood group (which is not guarenteed by being related) or a universal blood group, and the same tissue type (which is even less of a guarentee).
No, there is no danger in marrying someone with the same blood type. There are no special risks to your children.
MN blood group codes for antigens M and N on red blood cells . and ABO blood group does the same by coding A B AND i antigen on red blood cells. but as MN blood group do not illustrate strong immunity so they are ignored in regular blood transfusions . while ABO blood groups are taken in consideration as the give strong immunological reactions
* No, it's call bigamy and an offence and it's more likely a man will marry twice without telling either of their mates.