My blood type is A+ is that rare?

Answer CloseA+ just means Rh positive. The 4 types of blood: A, B, AB, & O.O is the MOST common and also called the universal donner.A & B are common.AB Is rare.✰✰✰

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Is AB positive blood type rare?

It varies from country to country, but the spread of blood groups is about:O Positive 38.4% A Positive 32.3% B Positive 9.4% O Negative 7.7% A Negative 6.5% AB Positive 3.2% B Negative 1.7% AB Nega... Read More »

Can a mother with O- blood type and a father with an A- blood type have a baby with an O- blood type?

If mother is O blood type and father is A blood type - what blood type will the baby have?

Let's go to genotypes... If it's AA X OO= AO, AO, AO, AO --> 100% Blood type A (AO) If it's AO X OO= AO, AO, OO, OO --> 50% Blood type A (AO), 50% Blood type of O (OO)

My girlfriend keeps nagging me to give blood as I apparently have quite rare blood (AB-) Is she right to?

In britain the abundance of AB- blood is about 3% making it very rare. AB- means that you have blood type AB and are Rhesus Negative. You are known as the universal recipient - you can receive R... Read More »