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Can anyone answer this question I am about to propose? Can a person that is b-postive blood accept b-negative blood without complications?? Also, what about a person that is b-postive accepting ab blood??
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replied December 9th, 2003
Hello. Rolling Eyes
we almost have the same problem. But on your case I believe there's no problem positive and negative b with ab blood type as my doctor explained. The problem occurs on blood type o's with a,b, but not as much as with the ab's.
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