Guidelines

Can two A+ parents have an a child?

Can two A+ parents have an a child?

Yes. Blood typing requires two alleles (one from mom and one from dad). Type A blood either has AA (an A from each parent) or AO (because the A is dominant and the O is recessive).

What blood type will a child have if both parents are A +?

Even though both parents still have blood type A, Dad can pass on either his A or his O gene version. Mom can also either pass on her A or her O. Because of this, you can see that there’s 1 in 4 or 25\% chance for a child to have OO, or blood type O. How did I get a 1 in 4 chance?

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Can you get a negative blood type from two positive parents?

The only way for someone to have a negative blood type is for both parents to have at least one negative factor. For example, if someone’s Rh factors are both positive, it is not possible for his or her child to have a negative blood type.

Is it possible for two A+ parents to have an O+ child?

An A+ parent and an O+ parent can definitely have an O- child.

Can child have different blood type than parents?

Yes, a child is able to have a different blood type than both parents. Which parent decides the blood type of the child? The child’s blood type is decided by both parents’ blood type. Parents all pass along one of their 2 alleles to make up their child’s blood type.

Can couple with same blood group have baby?

Blood group compatibility for marriage is limited to possible Rh factor incompatibility during pregnancy. And that is further limited to pregnancy where both partners are the biological parents.

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Can Type A eat eggs?

Limited amounts of animal protein, such as turkey and eggs, are allowed on this diet plan. They may be eaten for breakfast. Vegetables, fruits, and the allowed grains may be eaten at any meal.

Can two people with A and B blood types have a child?

One parent with A and another with B can produce a child with A, B, AB or O blood types. If one parent has A and another has AB, they can either produce a child with A, B or AB blood types. If one parent has A and another has O, they can either produce a child with A or O blood types.

Which parent determines the blood type of the child?

Which parent determines the blood type of the child? The blood type of a child depends on the blood type of both the parents. Each biological parent donates one of their two alleles to make up the child’s blood group. So the child’s blood type depends on the alleles that the parents carry (5).

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What is the blood type of a child with homozygous B+?

If one or both parents are homozygous B+ (both copies of the gene are the same) then the child would be B+. However the if both parents genotype is BO+- (resulting in B+) the child would have a 25\% chance of being blood type O and a 25\% chance of being blood type -.

What is a child’s blood type if the mother has AO?

So the child’s blood type depends on the alleles that the parents carry. For instance, if the mother has the blood type AO and father has blood type BO, the child can end up with any one of the blood groups: A (25\%), B (25\%), AB (25\%) or O (50\%).