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Does a O negative blood group always have issues related to pregnancy ?

1) my wife is 0 negative and am positive, she delivered a baby boy but died shortly after delivery due to essesive loss of blood . Pls I will like to know if her blood group has anything to do with these. 2) We had over 2 years delay before this conception. I will like to know if it has anything to do with 0 negative
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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Hi dear
Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

Blood grouping is said as positive or negative based on the Rh typing and antigen.As you are positive and she is negative , there are chances (not surely 100 % though) that she may develop antibodies against baby blood group , if baby is positive too.But generally the disorder or death occurs of second kid.I am of an opinion that bleeding occurred not because your wife is negative but because of some other reason.But you definitely need to get evaluated properly and counseled before conceiving again.

Take care and good luck.
Answered: Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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