Yes, Seventh-day Adventists do believe in blood transfusions. You may be confusing Seventh-day Adventists with Jehovah's Witnesses, who are an entirely separate denomination.
by having unprotected sex, blood transfusions, mother to child.
A drawback to having A negative blood type is that this particular blood type happens to be extremely rare, and hard to find or get blood transfusions for.
Christians views on blood transfusions are that the bible does not say whether its right or not but they believe that if there are 4 blood types then maybe its suggesting that God would want us to give and receive blood to those who need it.
approximately 5,000,000 blood transfusions happen a year in the US. If you average it out that is 13,968 blood transfusions a day!
the main one being Jehovahs"s witnesses
It does not matter what blood type either of you have. It only matters in blood transfusions.
* Having unprotected sex * Blood transfusions * When a baby is in mother's womb
The group is know as "Jehovah's Witnesses". They believe that receiving blood transfusions are the same as drinking blood, which is stickily forbidden in the old testament law and repeated in the new testament book of Acts where Gentile believers were to "they keep themselves from things offered to idols, and from blood, and from strangled, and from fornication." The problem comes down to whither or not transfusions are drinking blood or not.
It is the injection of blood into a person.
Catholics believe that bread and wine becomes the true presence of Jesus - body and blood of Jesus.