Female Fertility Is Based On Blood Type?
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Hello Citra, thank you for asking.
Human blood type is classified based on the presence or absence of a protein (antigen) on the surface of blood cells. Blood classification is intended so that at the time of transfusion transfusion reaction does not occur, due to two different types of blood groups in one human. So far, there are no studies that prove that certain blood types cause a decrease in a person's ability to be fertilized.
A person's fertility depends on many things, for example:
Quality and quantity of ova and sperm.
Condition of reproductive organs.
Reproductive hormone balance.
General condition of a person.
The presence or absence of chronic disease in a person.
The effect of certain drugs.
And so forth. Of all these things, blood type is not a factor that affects fertility. So you don't need to worry about that. If you are still in doubt, you can consult a obstetrician.
Hope this answer helps yes. Regards.