Is type o blood dominant

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Avatar n tn This means that a child with type O blood could have parents with type A, type B, or type O blood (but not with type AB). Conversely, if two parents both have type O blood, all their children will have type O blood. Another medically important blood type is described in the Rh system. These genes were first discovered in the rhesus monkey, hence the designation Rh.
Avatar f tn 9% probability of paternity/maternity (depending on the type of samples used).
287578 tn?1198553444 Type A is dominant, Type O is recessive. In otherwords your parents could both carry the gene for O, but the A gene they carry overrides it. You just got the O gene from both of them and not the A. It works like this, imagine your mom's genes across the top, and your dad's down the side. They each give you only one. Each child your parents have have the same chance of inheriting one of each of the following combinations...remember one from each parent equals 2 genes for you.
Avatar n tn me and my husband blood type is A positive why my son blood type is B positive is it possible?
1230912 tn?1273496370 It just tells you that D or A or B are present. A and B blood are dominant over O simply because O has no antigens on the surface of its red blood cells. But antigen D is present in O+ blood. Many A blooded folks are actually AO blooded and some B blooded folks are BO blooded as well. That is precisely why the blood type diet work great with some folks but not so great with others.
1225198 tn?1336791830 My mom is O- and dad is AB+. ANYONE can take O- blood, but - can't take + blood. This makes O- blood like gold, and O+ is pretty important too. You should dontate blood more often! But even in the situation of one partner with + and the other with -, it won't PREVENT pregnancy, it would only make keeping the pregnancy difficult, if not impossible. My mom had 2 miscarrages before finding out the problem. She sucessfully had 5 children with help once she knew she had - blood. Hope that helps.
Avatar n tn One is dominant and one is recessive. Obviously you both have a dominant O blood type but you might also have a recessive A blood type. This would explain how the child got the A blood type. One recessive A from mom and one recessive from dad. The positive and negative factor (RH factor) is a protein marker and is not connected with the blood type. Most likely the baby got recessive A's from both of you then a negative from the person who had the negative RH factor.
Avatar n tn If the baby's blood type is O, then the mother or the father would have to have O blood, that is the way it was explained to me. With my daughter I had O+, Ava has A+...we do not know what her Daddy's blood type is, but the hospital explained that her Daddy could only have A, or AB in order for Ava to receive the A type. I did not question paternity but I wanted to have Ava's blood type in her records at home. I assumed she would have my O type, I was a little bummed when they said A+.
Avatar f tn A dominant TH1 response means that the natural killer cells and cytotoxic t cells are responsible for attacking the body, while a TH2 dominance indicates that your bcells and antibodies are mounting the attack. A blood test is needed to find out which branch is dominant. Thus to treat an autoimmune disease, it is critical to find the dominant branch and to balance the seesaw by stimulating the other branch.
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Avatar f tn No and yes. Type O blood type is caused by the recessive gene of O,O alleles. That means that the only allele a person with type O blood can pass down is O. Someone with B type blood must have the genotype B,O-so one that person's parents must have to have a B blood type or an A,B blood type in order to pass that down. HOWEVER there is a VERY rare condition that I studied while I was taking genetics. I just can't remember what it's called.
Avatar m tn First there is ABO which is type A, type B, Type O or type AB. When someone has O, they express the geneotype O,O meaning they received one O allele or trait from each parent. So two parents with O blood can only give O alleles and therefore the resulting child could only show O type blood. (There are very very rare exceptions to this rule- but they do exist.) By "hr" do you mean the Rh factor, which typically expresses itself as Rh+ or Rh-?
Avatar m tn My oldest daughter Amira has an O+ blood type. My new born has a B+ blood type. Their mother has an O- blood type.Is it possible for both kids to be mine?
Avatar f tn It is not unusual for blood type A parents to have blood type O children, since O is a recessive trait. Your son having blood type O does NOT indicate non-paternity. In other words, you and your wife, though both blood type A, a dominant trait, may both carry a gene for O blood type. You can find a good explanation of genetic inheritance patterns at the following site: Hope that helps.
Avatar m tn Two years ago I experienced sudden onset and persistent multiple bilateral para-central scotoma's; and left eye dominant bilateral nasal corectopia. I have been to two ophthalmologist's who could find no injuries, defects or abnormal intraocular pressure, no signs of glaucoma or optic nerve damage. The nasal corectopia displacement is 1.
Avatar n tn periods lasting longer than 6 days, nosebleeds, easy bruising, etc... i guess its a type of hemophelia. i am sooooo scared how serious is this disease and what kind of life can you live with this type of disease. somthing so normal turned into somthing so unusual to someone like me. i just want some insight, some hope. the scary part is if i carry this gene or whatever i may have it as well as my son,2, may have it. is this a common disease? what is the treatment like?
Avatar f tn I found out the blood type of the two potential fathers. One is O+ and the other is A+. I am O-. Therefore, i know if the O+ guy is the dad, the baby will have to have O blood type. If the A+ guy is the dad, there is the possibility that he has an AO allele or an AA allele, since both result in an A blood type. If he had the AA allele, the baby would definitely have A blood type, since A is dominant.
849762 tn?1288188348 I am 9 weeks pregnancy and concerned about having a miscarriage because my blood type is 0 negative. I had blood work done when i was 5 weeks pregnant and my doctor is aware that I am o negative I guess since he didn't call me about anything to do with my blood work being that nothing was wrong. I am aware of needing a shot at 28 weeks from what I have read...
886824 tn?1253740254 Factor V Leiden is caused by a specific mutation called Arg506Gln in the F5 gene and is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern. The risk of developing a clot in a blood vessel depends on whether a person inherits one or two copies of the Factor V Leiden mutation. In the general population, the risk of developing an abnormal blood clot is about 1 in 1,000 people per year. Inheriting one copy of the F5 gene mutation increases that risk to 4 to 8 in 1,000.
Avatar n tn It has been happening for at least 2 years, at least once a month. My blood pressure is 90/60. It usually happens on the palm side of various fingers, but in April, I had one rupture on my knuckle. I'm very interested in any comments.
Avatar n tn My bicep is sore, where she took my blood is sore, the side of my arm is sore. Im just a mess. The whole area is greenish yellow. On the side of my arm I can see teeny tiny purple veins. Im afraid I have nerve damage! Will it go away? Can it be fixed? what should I do?
Avatar n tn I am borderline hypertensive and take 20mg of lisinopril a day. I have attempted to determine if there is a particular type of food, or food additive that might trigger the symptoms, and have noticed the symptoms always occur when I eat peanut butter or the snack crackers that are sold in vending machines, and will occassionally happen when I eat homemade macroni and cheese. Other that these foods, I can find no relationships.
198187 tn?1190637930 the gland demonstrates heterogeneous checogenicity. There is a 2.6x1.4x2.0 cm dominant,predominatly solid nodule with internal cystic foci in the lower pole of the right lobe. There is suggestion of associated punctate micorclcifications. Impression: enlarged,heterogeneous thyroid containing 2.6 cm dominat predominately solid nodule. Please help I have read and read on the internet and from what I find this could be thyroid cancer.
Avatar f tn I have the same question gals, especially since the boceprevir and telaprevir are known to create mutants that can last a couple of years and maybe longer. Obviously with a couple of hundred left I am hopeful but nervous. I don't think that riba and interferon will do that. That's part of the reason people can retreat on the same soc drugs and change things like duration and strength and clear a second or third time.
1852058 tn?1320162300 5. Uptake of supplemental GABA is limited because of the Blood-Brain-Barrier , so larger dosage is recommended by scientists. Nanoparticle, Liposomal , Implantations and other delivery methods are being studied at present. My suggestion is to get tested for GABA (urine or saliva test) and take it from there. Have a good look at the main causes of Low GABA (I suspect that absorption of the GABA precursers is inhibited in many cases).
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567488 tn?1244744266 Still have alot of pressure in my ovaries, so hoping everything is still in tact. Now to get through w/o food until afterwards - IF I can eat afterwards....from what I've read you can't keep anything in your stomach. I'm having ER on CD19. Haven't heard when they will be doing ET. I am so nervous about everything being stopped for one reason or another. We'll see. Thanks again!!
Avatar n tn You just have to separate the letter from the + or -. O is the recessive letter type, so if you are O, then your gene is OO. If you are A, you can be AA, AB, or AO. If you are B, you can be BB, or BO. If you are +, you can be ++, or +-. If you are -, you can only be --. Therefore O+, and O+ could only equal O+, or O- (that would be assuming you carry the recessive - trait). To get an A+ baby, you would have to have one parent that is A, and the same parent or the other parent would have to be +.
Avatar f tn that is if the baby has a posative blood type. Since posative blood is a dominant trait over negative if the baby's father is a posative blood type the baby will 100 percent have posative blood. My baby's father is O- so i actually do not have to get the shot because my little girl will 100% have negative blood since both of us do. Anyway this shot will prevent your body from attacking and killing your own child so it's SUPER important that you get it. I believe you emil get it at 26-28 weeks..