6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My hubby's blood group is A positivi and mine B positive ..is there any problm to my baby

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Answer: hi dear! so as long as there is no rhesus negative (any negative blood group) there is nothing to worry dear. take care dear.
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    Bhavya Mj88 days ago

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