I am a 30 year old male. My blood group is A positive. I am going to marry and I am looking for a suitable match now. I wish to have two children in future. I have two questions:
Please let me know. Thank you.
Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read and understood your problem.
You are A positive and if your partner will also be A positive, it means both of you will be carrying Rh positive factor. So, there is no ill effect in marrying someone with your same blood group.
If you marry someone Rh negative, be it A, B, AB, O and if the baby is Rh positive then the risk is present as you have mentioned. Doctors deal with the issues of Rh incompatibility by giving injection Anti RhD after first delivery or abortion. The child is healthy if prophylaxis is given. No physical or mental issues will occur due to this.
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