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Question: Hello doctor, my wife is AB negative and me O positive... Is there any problem for baby...? What blood group will foetus will get...? I m really scared will it negative blood group continue for baby..and as well as generation to generation will it be same..pls help and suggest me,she is 13 week pregnancy

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