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What type of pregnancy can be expected in one's with different blood groups?

if our blood type is the same or does not match what kind of pregnancy will my wife have? my wife has been bleeding for 3 weeks not heavily occassional clots but at every check up the baby is still ok and visible on the sauna , recently we went back to the doctor at 9 weeks and the womb is still closed and the doc could lightly see the baby however the past Monday she heard a heart beat but this time struggled to hear the heart beat this tiime round still but when she done the pregnancy test at the clinic it came out negative? we are going back today to get the blood pregnancy test today .all im really asking is what can we expect to hear
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Your current situation may or may not be related to the incompatibility of the blood groups. If this is the first pregnancy, and if the viability of the pregnancy had been established previously through visualization of the heart beat in a sonogram, the symptoms are in favor of a threatened abortion and if the fetal heart becomes invisible, it is indeed an inevitable abortion; blood groups do not play a part here. Blood pregnancy test taken on alternate days should show a doubling titre if the pregnancy is good; else, the levels show a decline. If both of you belong to the same blood group including Rh type, you are compatible. If your wife has the Rh negative type while you are positive, you have incompatibility, in which condition, progressive pregnancies may have unfavorable outcome, the first being normal. Hope this helps.
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