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Partners with both positive blood groups. Will this cause problem in pregnancy?

hello doctor, i am 27 yrs old and my blood group is o positive and my husband is 31 yrs and his blood group is A positive,will there be any problem in pregnancy because my doctor told me that there might be chances of abortion or there will problem while giving birth to a baby?please let me know whether there will be any problem.thank u....
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Firstly, with both partners being Rh positive, there is no chance of an Rh incompatibility developing in pregnancy. It happens when the mother is negative and the father is positive; when anti-D injection is not taken soon after the first issue, then the subsequent pregnancies are affected. I am not sure why your doctor speculated there would be a problem with your blood groups, you have to discuss that with your doctor. Of course, minor incompatibilities between blood groups do exist, but not so high as to warrant an unfavorable pregnancy outcome. Take care.
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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OBGYN Dr. Mrs Sumeet Baheti's  Response
Thanks for writing to us.
The major problems of incompatibility occurs when mother is negative and father is positive and the baby turns out to be positive blood group.That we call as Rh incompatibility. These problems too occur in advanced parity as the no of pregnancies a woman bears increases, as the antibody titres increse in mother's body which affects the baby.
Now a days, we have anti -D immunoglobulins, which is given to mothers, if she is negative and father of baby is positive, after delivery and also antenatally, after abortion, ectopic pregnancy; so that the exposure to the positive blood and formation of antibodies can be prevented.
As, you and your husband are both positive, this problem will not occur.
But, there are some minor blood groups which we dont check routinely, can cause minor incompatibilities.
Also, as you are o positive and baby turns out to be A positive, as husband is A positive, there is chance of ABO incompatibility, but these are generally minor reactions documented post natally.
So, dont take stress about it.
Hope this information is useful to you.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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