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Heidi
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Hello everyone. Just this week my husband typed his blood and he is not the B+ he thought, but rather an A+ which makes cooking at our house sooo much easier.  

I would like to find out secretor status for him and our daughters as well. If we start with DH and he turns out to be a non-secretor would we still need to test the kids or would they automatically be nonnies as well?







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wow, it's amazing how many people aren't the b/t they think they are!  Makes me wonder if I should check mine but since I've had like 7 operations, shouldn't they be sure I'm an O? they have to know right? especially w/ my liver resection. we had blood from me and my brother standing by. ????????

But YAY!!! for you that you are both A!!!



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If both of you are nonnies, then both kids are!!

If he secretes, then either,both or neither will secrete.


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Oh...and if the twins are identical,they'll both be the same.


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Hey that's fantastic Heidi!  Two A's together   Cooking will be a breeze for you! Shopping and cooking not so easy for me with my sons, but they're almost grown and will be starting there own lives..(they grow so fast    )
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Thanks for the quick help! I'll head over and order a test for DH and see where that leads. The girls will both need testing if Dad is a secretor as they are not identical (even though most folks think they are ).

IB, I have no idea why he always thought he was a "B". He can't remember having been told his bloodtype, even though he has had surgery. It's nice to know that all the years of me feeding him a fairly "A" compliant diet have done him more good then harm  

I think you can safely assume you are an O  . I've been typed several times. By my OB clinic and then at the hospital as well. The kids were typed at birth because of my RH- status. So I've just trusted that it was correct.



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What is DH?  I see a lot of abbreviations on the boards that I dont know what they are.  Getting dumb in my old age I guess  


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Quoted from Lola
dear husband....depending on the context...


..........the h stands for husband or hubby at the least.



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