23 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My husband's and my blood group are one and same that is O+ve . Do i need to really worry about this??

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Answer: No need. If one is positive and other negative there could be some problems. Me and my husband both are o positive and my daughter is also o positive. Expecting second child now
Answer: Hi dear.. No need to worry at all. U both have O positive so ur child will also have One positive blood group.
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