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Same Blood Group

If the parents have the same blood group, it is not necessary for the fetus to be born with the same blood group. For example, if the parents have AB and O blood group, the baby can have A or B blood type, but parents with O blood type will almost always have babies with O blood group.

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Are there any future issues from marrying a close relative?

Query: Hello doctor,As suggested by most of the doctor marrying a girl with the same blood group will not cause any problems, in my case the blood group is A+ve. She is my maternal uncle's daughter. She is a close relative. Can our marriage create a reduced genetic pool? Can I marry the girl? Will I have k...  Read Full »

Dr. Singh Smrita

Answer: Hello, Welcome to As you want to marry within your related family, I would suggest that you get yourself and your fiance genetically tested to estimate the risks based on both your genetic profiles. This will greatly help you with determining the chances of the child having genetic de...  Read Full »

Can the same blood group cause problems after marriage?

Query: Hello doctor, My wife's and mine blood groups are the same. Both of our blood group is B. Will there be any problem in our married life?  Read Full »

Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri

Answer: Hi, Welcome to There are two major blood group systems. ABO - According to this system, the blood group can be A, B, O, or AB. Rh system - According to this system, the blood group can be Rh positive or negative. You have not mentioned the Rh grouping. You both have the same blo...  Read Full »

Can different blood groups affect pregnancies?

Query: Hello doctor, 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: As my blood group is a positive and if I marry someone who also has A positive blood group, then will there...  Read Full »

Dr. Purushottam Sah

Answer: Hi, Welcome to 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 negativ...  Read Full »

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