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 Are there any blood markers in a newborn that are received only from the father?

Answer Answer Deprivation is never having something, removal is having it for a time and then removing it.ANOTHER ANSWERI'M NOT SURE in what context you ask this question, but if it deals with raising/di... Read More »
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If a father has o negative blood and the mother has o positive blood what will happen to the fetus?

If the fetus is O positive, there will be no problem. If the fetus is O negative and is the first O negative baby, nothing will happen to it, but the subsequent O negative fetuses will be miscarrie... Read More »
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Can a father take a newborn from its mother?

How to Prepare for the Arrival of a Newborn As a Father?

Once you overcome the nervousness (well some of it anyway), the excitement kicks in: you're going to become a new parent. You can't wait to get your baby home, and start your life as a family. Or c... Read More »
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How much blood is in a newborn baby?

The volume of blood in a newborn baby depends on weight. Newborns average 80 ml per kg. For example, an 8-lb. newborn's blood volume would equal 290 ml of total blood volume, which equals 9.8 fluid... Read More »
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