Type o blood population

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Avatar f tn I'm rh- also, blood type is B-, I got my shots at 28 weeks and 34 weeks, if my baby has a negitive blood type I won't need to get one after she's born.
Avatar f tn They only give you O type blood if they have to because its a neutral blood type and your body wont reject it.
631676 tn?1333721803 Been researching a lot. Found this: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43711661/ns/health-womens_health/#.Tl6_u673KAs A woman's blood type may yield clues to her fertility, a new study suggests.
Avatar n tn Then we look at the amount of population with Type O blood type. Now Type O is recessive to Type A, Type B, and Type AB blood types therefore the chances of another male having type O blood type in the population is not very good chances.
1230912 tn?1273496370 The first I had a miscarriage...so I dont know what blood type the baby had...my other two are both O Negitive...But they gave me the shot anyway...they said to help protect the next baby if there was another pregnancy.
230972 tn?1224473726 Hi all - I just recently found out that I have a O-negative blood type which I think means I have no resus antibodies in my blood? Most of the population do. It basically means I can give blood to anyone but only 0negs can give blood to me if needed. I have to have an injection of Anti - D (which is retracted from a positive blood type -yuk!) at 29weeks (now), 34 weeks and again when babys born we both have it.
Avatar f tn BUT you can give blood to 4/8 types of blood types... and O+ is the most common blood type out there... 38% have this type in the US population... so it could go a long way!!
Avatar f tn O- means you have O type blood (the most common type, however only a small part are negative) however Your rH factor is negative, which means you lack the rH antigen. If baby has a positive blood type and babies blood mixes with yours your body will produce antibodies to the positive antigen which can lead to miscarriage or deformities (rhesus syndrome). Usually with the first baby its not an issue, but they give the Rhogam shot to prevent your body from developing those antibodies.
230972 tn?1224473726 Hi all - I just recently found out that I have a O-negative blood type which I think means I have no resus antibodies in my blood? Most of the population do. It basically means I can give blood to anyone but only 0negs can give blood to me if needed. I have to have an injection of Anti - D (which is retracted from a positive blood type -yuk!) at 29weeks (now), 34 weeks and again when babys born we both have it.
Avatar n tn And are these patients your father sees Type 2 diabetics? Type 1 diabetes is when the pancreas does not produce insulin. Type 2 diabetes is most often diagnosed in people who are overweight, do not exercise and have a history of neglecting the needs of their bodies. Therefore Type 2 diabetics still produce insulin but their bodies do not use the insulin sufficiently or I could say properly. Anyway, why don't you try talking to your parents, maybe there was some miscommunication.
849762 tn?1288188348 Blood type and RH type are two different things. Almost all women are RH positive, but it's the RH factor that can cause the incompatibility thing. I just had the blood work done for my first OB visit!
Avatar m tn I was just diagnose with hsv 1 igg type specific ab high 1.85. what this means?
230972 tn?1224473726 Hi all - I just recently found out that I have a O-negative blood type which I think means I have no resus antibodies in my blood? Most of the population do. It basically means I can give blood to anyone but only 0negs can give blood to me if needed. I have to have an injection of Anti - D (which is retracted from a positive blood type -yuk!) at 29weeks (now), 34 weeks and again when babys born we both have it.
Avatar n tn I read on a CDC webpage that it is as high as 15%. What is the false negative rate for this type of blood test? Is there a period of time after exposure when one could test positive on a culture but antibodies not be present to show on a blood test? (I am researching the availability of the more reliable Western Blot or Pockit tests in my area). Can any test show if an infection is recent versus being a reactivation? (I have never shown any symptoms in the past, neither oral nor genital).
886824 tn?1253740254 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. People who inherit two copies of the mutation, one from each parent, may have a risk as high as 80 in 1,000. For more information on Factor V Leiden and other inherited thrombophilias, visit http://AccessDNA.
Avatar n tn On one occasion I asked Dr. DeAdamo (Eat right for your blood type) and was told to take bioflavonoids for it. I am beginning to take the supplement now, since the vessel popping has become too annoying to ignore.
876503 tn?1240169553 I am very concerned about you, and really believe you need a good work-up by M.D. type physicians at a practice that knows something about siezures. Your blood pressure is kind of low, and that suggests dehydration. Have your physician teach you how to take orthostatic vital signs. Probably you are dehydrated and should drink electrolytes, and then check your blood pressure. Start to keep track of your fluid intake.
799695 tn?1257583198 However, my LP showed no inflammation, same as the first one two years ago, so if its is MS, she told me it is a type of MS, (or a smaller percentage of the MS cases), in which, due to low amounts of inflammatory cells in the spinal fluid, it doesn't respond very well to the typical MS drugs, or the corticosteroids for an attack. Has anyone heard of this? I did not think about the possibility of the few drugs available being unable to help at all..
Avatar n tn 34% of the population has Type A positive blood and 38% of the population has Type O positive. I'd tend to agree that by the numbers getting the virus, a good share of them would have to be Type O, yet the linked article says: "There were 63 percent more type A deadly cases than type O but did not explain why." That's the deadly cases - it doesn't talk about those that recuperated.
119874 tn?1189759429 Recent research on Type 3 seems to be suggesting that durations shorter than 24 weeks may be sufficient. I'm thinking of quitting at 16 weeks and crossing my fingers. I think it might work. If it doesn't, my liver is in decent shape and I'll wait a few years for something better. Stats: Type 3a. one doc said stage 1, another said early stage 2 (same slides). VL 16.5 mill. Undetectable at 4 weeks (<10).
Avatar f tn If you find it is faster by 6 beats, you are allergic or have a sensitivity to it. If you have typeOblood, use 4 beats as the criteria instead of 6. It’s that simple. Keeping accurate notes of your results is very important. I have referred to some notes of mine, that I may have shared with other people in the past-so I just copy and paste sometimes for convenience.) I can go forever here.
Avatar m tn I get this from time to time and have anxiety. I've even had a nuclear stress test . . . results normal. I also get the pains in my left and right chest and lower abdomen, but it always goes away. Eat light until it passes.
1423357 tn?1511089042 My doctor monitors my numbers every 4 months - cholesterol,glucose,etc, blood pressure. My blood glucose slowly rose over a period of years until it got to the point where my doctor said we have to do something. I am in my late forties and athletic and I don't eat much junk, never drink soda or eat cake or cookies.
351317 tn?1204755471 Hi, I came across this thread researching Serotonin levels and how to measure them and how to raise them. I have very low levels as per a blood test. The serum blood test is, I believe, as mentioned, measured indirectly. The doctors and psychiatrists I've spoken with don't seem to have any answers to any of my questions, but it doesn't surprise me. They usually aren't the best at pharmacological issues.
Avatar n tn Simple question here, has anyone ever had a negative blood test and negative urine test and went on with their daily routine and a month or so later found out you were in fact pregnant while having ultrasound done. If this has happened to anyone or perhaps someone you know, please respond, I'd appreciate the information. Thanks.
Avatar n tn i had sexual intercourse about 7 or 8 times before seeing a doctor. the same occurred except for 2 times, in which no blood appeared. but the majority of times blood came out in the sperm, or only after ejaculation during urination, or both in the sperm and the urine. once i woke up without having had sex that week and urinated blood. i tested my blood, sperm, and urine and the only abnormality was a high psa level. my dr said it is very rare and is that high in 40/50 year old.
Avatar n tn Recipients with blood type O... can receive from blood type O only Recipients with blood type A... can receive from blood types A and O Recipients with blood type B... can receive from blood types B and O Recipients with blood type AB...
1300874 tn?1277520827 This particular shot had something to do with her blood type! My cousin told me that she is O+ and mentioned something about the RH-Factor! So this got me to wondering, and I really feel like since the doctors could never explain why the miscarriages were happening--- that maybe me not ever having that shot might have been the reason why my pregnancies were not successful! Can someone with knowledge of this please read my previous entries, and see if maybe I'm on to something.
Avatar f tn I am 25 weeks pregnant..my blood type is O negative. My doctor told me yesterday that I would have to have the Rh shot in 3 weeks incase my baby is Rh positive. Any one ever have this shot? And did u have Any bad reactions to it?
2126606 tn?1346348724 o Two million Americans use prescription opiates every year, making the chance for dependency significant in our population. o Many prescription painkiller dependencies start with a prescription for traumatic, acute, or chronic pain. It could be caused by a car accident, sports injury, migraines, arthritis, or a host of other pain sources. Physical dependency can begin after as little as two weeks, and many people experiencing pain are prescribed medication for at least that long.