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Is it possible for me to have B+ blood type when both of my parents are type O?

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answer Ask Mike  Answered at 2010.09.01 22:57:41
Howdy,

No, it's not possible.

Basically, there are three types of blood -- A, B, and O. If both of your parents are "A," then you'll be "A." Same deal with "B" and "O."

Here's where it gets tricky. If one parent is "A" and the other is "O," then you'll be "A." If one parent is "B" and the other is "O", then you'll be "B." If one is "A" and the other is "B," then you will be "AB."

Now, about the positive and negative. If either parent is positive, you will be positive. You're only negative if both parents are negative.

So, long story short, if both of your parents are "O," you're gonna be "O."

Mike
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