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Answer: The problem is not only related to O negative but any blood group which is negative i.e. O-, A-, B-, AB-. The problem only occurs when the father's blood group is positive. This can cause RH incompatibility. This occurs if the mother’s blood group is negative and the baby's is positive. The mother’s body sees the baby as a foreign object and fights to remove it. It usually does not happen with the first child but it can. A simple test of the mother's blood will tell if there are antigens there from the baby and a injection can be given to combat these if there is. After the birth a simple blood test is done on the baby to find out the blood group. If it's positive the mother is given an injection to remove any antigens which will safeguard future children from this. I suggest you speak to your midwife or doctor about this as you will need to be monitored throughout the pregnancy. By the way I have two children boy b+ and a girl b-.
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