Why Is The Blood Group Of A Child Different From That Of Both Parents?
, I want to ask. If the father’s blood goal is (A) and the mother’s blood goal is (O), is it possible to have children with blood type (B)? please reply soon, this is very important.
There are 4 blood types based on the ABO system, namely A, B, AB, and O. The blood types of the father and mother will determine the blood group of the child, but the blood group of the child does not always have to be the same as the blood group of the father and mother.
For example, if the father's blood type is A (AO) and the mother is B (BO), then the probability of his child's blood group being AB is 25%, A is 25%, B is 25%, and O is 25%. From this it can be seen that the blood group of children is not always the same as that of their parents.
Blood type A is denoted by AA and AO, while blood type O is denoted by OO. Thus, if parents have blood types A and O, then the child has a possible blood type A and blood type O. In theory, there is no possibility that the child will have blood type B.
If you are in doubt about your blood type, you can try to do a blood type test again at another laboratory.
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