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Hi everyone! I'm new, and not sure where to begin. I am a 27 y/o female from PA, type O negative, with a mom who is AB+ and my father is O- ..... and I suffer from a very rare neurological disorder and severe allergies, and basically, a lot of things that have sparked me to do years of research into all sorts of medical things. I'm a college student, so I've had access to a lot of info.
Doctors, veterinarians, pharmacists and dentists have all told me I knew more about some things than they did, so I'm not a total noob - but I just don't know where to start with testing as far as finding out my blood genotypes and whether or not I'm a non-secretor, etc.
You may want to retest your blood type or your mother's blood type.
An AB mother should only have children that are type A, type B, or type AB (regardless of father's blood type).
If one parent is type AB and the other is type O, children should be type A or type B.
Or ask if you were adopted. That information shouldn't affect your relationship with your parents (your "real parents" are the ones who raised you, whether or not they're your "biological parents") but it's helpful to know your family medical history.
Ruth, Single Mother to 22 yo O- Leah , 20 yo O- Hannah,and 15 yo B+ Jack