The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Re: my kids blood types
Posted By: Kathy K
In Response To: my kids blood types (Suzette)
Yes, it often is confusing! If your first husband was an O, all that means is that he can only pass on an O gene. (His parents could actually have been A(o), B(o), or O for him to be an O.) You say you are AA, but I suspect you can't really know this. Even if both your parents were A, and both their parents were A, you could still actually be an O if each of them had one "o" gene. But I presume you know you are at least an A. Thus, you could be AA or Ao and your present husband could be BB or Bo, and between the two of you, you could have A, B, O, or AB children! Even if you are in fact AA, you could have an A or an AB child with this husband. So I think you should have them typed!
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Suzette -- Monday, 1 February 1999, at 10:55 a.m.
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