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You and your wife have same blood group of b will it be a risk in pregnancy?


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2007-05-11 16:27:48
2007-05-11 16:27:48

The risk is present only if she is rhesus negative and you are positive. It could lead to miscarriage of the second and consequent children if she is not given proper medication before the first delivery. Note that this applies for all blood groups, not only blood group B.

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Yes, they do. But I don't have a dad...:(

It is actually better if you have the same blood group.

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.

Your blood group has no bearing on who you can marry. It is only relevant to blood transfusions.

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A blood test will reveal your child's blood group -- siblings do not necessarily all have the same blood type.

Doesn't matter if it's your first or 100th, the risk for pregnancy is the same.

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 !)

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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.

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!!

No, blood type has nothing to do with infertility.

yes, only the blood group should be same

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.

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 of course all blood types produce the same species of genes it just will help determine what blood type your child will have.

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.

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

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