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What'll be the effect if one with +ve blood group marries one with -ve blood group?

Asked by Asitananda, 11 Apr '09 04:41 pm
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If the girl is of NEGATIVE BG and the child which she is carrying is of POSITIVE BG then there may be some problem during Child birth for which the Doctor will take necessary care. You donot worry about it.
Answered by Kovai King, 11 Apr '09 04:49 pm

 
  
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Blood group of a person is controlled genetically. A child usually inherits either mothers blood group or fathers blood group. There usually isnt much of a incompatibility problem with the ABO factors. But when we consider the Rh factor, there comes the incompatibility. If one of the parent is Rh+ and the other is Rh - , the chances for child being a victim of Rh incompatibility becomes high. This may lead to a condition called Erythrobalstosis foetalis!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 11 Apr '09 04:45 pm

 
  
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When a woman is RH negative and her husband is RH positive, there are specific implications for their children during pregnancy and delivery. If Rh-positive blood cells get into the bloodstream of someone who is Rh-negative, the body of that Rh-negative person will see this as an enemy invasion.

Unprepared, the Rh-negative person will begin to make antibodies (what you call anticorps) against the foreign Rh protein. The first pregnancy is rarely a problem because blood is often not exchanged until the time of birth. But with each subsequent pregnancy, the risk for hydrops increases.
Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 11 Apr '09 05:01 pm

 
  
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It can cause some problems in the delivery of the child
Answered by SANDEEP JAIN, 11 Apr '09 04:46 pm

 
  
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There might be some complications in delivery. Pl. do blood n urine test. Also take proper rest n be in touch wid ur gyanic.
Answered by sumati gayki, 11 Apr '09 04:45 pm

 
  
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