Is There An Impact If Married To The Same Blood Type?
Mlm, is there a problem when married to the blood of B u0026amp; B
Hello An Gulo, Thank you for the question.
Blood group is divided into blood group ABO (blood type A, B, AB, and O) and blood group based on the presence or absence of Rhesus antigens (Rh) on the surface of blood cells (Rh positive or Rh negative). Blood type is a condition that is inherited or in other words the blood type of the parent will determine the child's blood type. Problems can arise not because of the ABO blood type of each male and female couple getting married but rather to their Rhesus status. Or in other words, there is no problem if you want to get married to the same or different ABO blood type. Noteworthy is whether you and your partner are Rh positive or negative. because problems can arise when you are pregnant.
If a woman is Rh negative and her male partner is Rh positive, the baby can have a different Rh than the mother, Rh positive. If the mother is Rh negative and the baby is Rh positive, a condition called Rhesus incompatibility can occur. This condition can cause the baby to experience anemia and jaundice. Therefore, if you have a negative Rh and your partner has a positive Rh, please consult with an obstetrician when you are planning your pregnancy and childbirth. The doctor will conduct an examination and provide medical treatment to overcome the occurrence of Rhesus incompatibility. To find out Rhesus blood type, you and your partner can do a blood test.
Hopefully this information helps you.