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Blood groups: Differences and conspiracy theories, ukweli ni upi?

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by Lucchese DeCavalcante, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. Lucchese DeCavalcante

    Lucchese DeCavalcante JF-Expert Member

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    Wakulu wa jukwaa hili eti kwa mfano umezaa na mdada halafu wewe ni group A+ wakati la mama yake ni A+ vipi ikiwa mtoto katoka na group O+ inawezekana kibaologia au ndio nimebambikiwa mtoto sio wangu? Nauombe ushauri tafadhani je inawezekana blood gropu yangu itofautiane na ya mwanangu?
     
  2. Gaijin

    Gaijin JF-Expert Member

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    mfukunyuzi imekula kwako hiyo ..........................:becky:
     
  3. M

    Mapinduzi JF-Expert Member

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    Una ushahidi au ndio ushabiki maandazi.

    Ndugu kumbuka blood group O ni recessive, hivyo inawezekana sana Ai (Agroup) na Ai (Agroup) wakazaa mtoto mwenye blood group ii (O).
     
  4. katelero

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    inawezekana kabisa,kapime DNA ujiridhishe nafsi,
     
  5. Gaijin

    Gaijin JF-Expert Member

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    hana haja ya kwenda kujiridhsha madhali inawezekana .............alee mtoto
     
  6. Lucchese DeCavalcante

    Lucchese DeCavalcante JF-Expert Member

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    Nilishtuka sana niliposoma hizo comments zenu ikabidi niingie deep at least baada ya kusoma hii article hapa chini nimepata relief maana nilizaa nae si tu mdada bali ni mai waifu ninayempenda sana....

    For example, two O blood type parents can produce a child with only O blood type. Two parents with A blood type can produce a child with either A or O blood types. Two parents with B blood type can produce a child with either B or O blood type. One parent with A and another with B can produce a child with A, B, AB or O blood types. If one parent has A and another has AB, they can either produce a child with A, B or AB blood types. If one parent has A and another has O, they can either produce a child with A or O blood types.

    Blood Type Chart - Paternity determination by blood type - parents & child
     
  7. Utamaduni

    Utamaduni JF-Expert Member

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    This mean mtoto ninaemtarajia atakuwa O blood type maana wazazi wake wote sisi ni O goop.

    Thanks for elimu dunia.
     
  8. Kunta Kinte

    Kunta Kinte JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu hili sasa linatupa fundisho ya kupunguza wasiwasi, tuwe na imani na wenzetu sio kuanzisha mauchunguzi meeengi mwisho wa siku tunajiumiza wenyewe na wale tuwapendao-hata kama ingekuwa ni kweli umebambikiwa usingepata faida yeyote kujua zaidi ya maumivu kwako, maumivu kwa mkeo na maumivu kwa mtoto atakaezaliwa.
     
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    Fernandes Rodri JF-Expert Member

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    Kama ana rangi inayofanana na nyinyi wawili , wewe lea tu kwani leo hii ukiamua kufanya DNA test itakuwa balaa. unawaea 'kusevu huku ukaja ukakamatwa kwingine' :frusty::frusty::frusty::frusty::frusty::frusty:
     
  10. pmwasyoke

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    Kama hakuna kuaminiana katika ndoa kwa kweli ni kazi kubwa.
     
  11. Kinyau

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    Gaijin, Fernandes na wengine muache tabia ya ushabiki kama hamna utaalamu katika mada husika.

    Blood group kama alivyoelezwa na mmoja hapo juu ni recessive and independent ya blood group ya wazazi . Dont mix between DNA and blood group.

    People are divided into four major blood types: A, B, AB and O, depending on which antigens they have.

    Every individual inherits one antigen from each of their parents and the A and B antigens are called the 'dominant' ones.

    This means that if a person has one B and one O antigen the B will be dominant over the O and their blood reacts as type B.

    It is quite possible for children to have a different blood type from their parents, even if both parents have the same blood type. For example, if both parents are type B and have the BO antigens, they could have children who are BB (B antigen inherited from both parents), BO (B from one parent, O from the other) or OO (O antigen from both parents).

    This makes analysis of blood types sound very simple but if antigens other than those in the ABO system are looked at, the picture may become more complicated.
    source What determines a child's blood group?
     
  12. Mhandisi Mzalendo

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    habari wana jf...hivi ni kweli kati ya hizo blood group mbili hapo zina matatizo katika upatikanaji wa watoto....either mimba uharibika ukiwa na blood group moja kati ya hizo( i'm not sure if it is Rh -ve o+ve) au watoto huwa wakizaliwa hufa mapema....na kama kweli tatizo huwa kwa baba au mama??? na je kuna umuhimu wa kabla ya kuamua kupata mimba kuchek blood group kama zinafaa kati yenu wawili???? unaomba nmijuze na kunielimisha
     
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    Mabulangati JF-Expert Member

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    mwanaume kuwa na blood group inayofanana na ya mkewe kunaweza leta tatizo kwa mtoto watakayemzaa? na je inaweza kukomaza bond kati ya wawili?
     
  14. MziziMkavu

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    There could be problems, best of luck.

    When you're pregnant, it's important to know whether your blood is Rhesus positive (Rh+) or Rhesus negative (Rh-). This will be checked from the blood sample that you give at your first antenatal appointment. If you're Rh-, it's important to know whether your partner is Rh- too. If he isn't, there's the possibility that your baby will have a blood group which is incompatible with yours, and this can cause problems.

    Why is the Rhesus factor important in pregnancy?
    What can be done about it?
    Why is the Rhesus factor important in pregnancy?
    If the blood of anyone who's Rh- comes into contact with Rh+ blood, it will react to it as 'foreign' and will develop antibodies to the Rh+ cells that will kill them off. This works in much the same way as when your blood develops antibodies to the cells of viruses, like colds and flu, in order to destroy them. And as with antibodies to colds and flu, once the antibodies to Rh+ cells have developed in the blood of someone who is Rh-, they stay there.

    If a Rh- woman has a Rh+ partner, it's very likely that their baby will be Rh+. This means that if her blood comes into contact with her baby's, she'll develop antibodies to it. This is unlikely to happen during a first pregnancy, but can happen when the baby is being born, when some of its blood may get into her circulation. It can also happen if she has a miscarriage or a termination or, occasionally, after an amniocentesis or CVS test. If it does happen, the woman will produce antibodies to the Rh+ blood. They won't affect her first baby at all, but they'll stay in her blood and if she becomes pregnant again, problems can arise.

    If a Rh- woman who has antibodies in her blood is pregnant with a Rh+ baby, it's possible for her antibodies to pass through to the baby and damage or even destroy the baby's red blood cells. This can lead to the baby becoming anaemic or developing jaundice, or occasionally to more serious complications.

    What can be done about it?
    Fortunately, Rhesus factor problems are almost entirely preventable. Women who are Rh- are routinely given an injection of a substance called Anti-D shortly after the baby is born (or after a miscarriage or termination). This destroys any Rh+ cells that may have got into the bloodstream so that they won't produce any more antibodies. In some areas, Anti-D is given to Rh- women during pregnancy, but this is not routinely done everywhere.

    At the first antenatal appointment a blood test if carried out and Rh- women are checked to see whether they have any antibodies. They may also be offered more frequent blood tests during pregnancy to make sure that they haven't started to produce any.

    If antibodies do show up, they may be at a low enough level not to cause any problems to the baby. If there's reason to think that they could be affecting the baby, it may be necessary to run tests to see how severe the effects are. In the most serious cases, it may be possible to give the baby a blood transfusion before it's born. In other cases, the baby may need to have its blood exchanged after the birth.

    Source(s):

    Hope this helps you.
    http://www.babyworld.co.uk/information/p…
     
  15. samilakadunda

    samilakadunda JF-Expert Member

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    Kwamaelezo ya dactari mmoja alinieleza kwamba"group ya damu ya baba na mama ndio huwanayo mtoto wao kati yao, nje ya hapo mtoto si wamwanaume"dactari mwingine aliniambia blood group yaweza rithishwa kizazi na kizazi.naomba kuondolewa utata huu.ester njema.
     
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    vicent tibaijuka JF-Expert Member

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    nini kisichoeleweka hapo?
     
  17. piper

    piper JF-Expert Member

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    Know about your Blood Group


    Did You Know?
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  18. 2013

    2013 JF-Expert Member

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    naomba jamani wataalamu wa elimu hii ya udaktari, nauliza kuna madhara gani kwa mwanaume mwenye blood group A RH positive akiwa na uhusiano na mwanamke mwenye group O RH negative. kuhusiana na maswala ya uzazi, yaani kuzaa na kupata mtoto pamoja?. je mtoto anaweza ku-survive(kuishi), kama ni mwanaume kuna haja ya kuwa na uhusiano na mwanamke wa hivi na kufunga nae ndoa, pia kama mtoto ataweza kusurvive ni kwa muda gani?.na huyo mtoto anategemea kuwa na aina ya jinsi ili aweze kuishi(either wakiume au wakike)?.ningeomba ufafanuzi wenye msaada katika hili wana Jamii niko njia panda.
     
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    Bujibuji JF-Expert Member

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    2013 maambo gani haya ya kuamsha hamu za wanyonya damu?
     
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  20. Suki

    Suki JF-Expert Member

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    Mama yangu ni O-negative and she had us just fine.
    Sana sana alikuwa na check up nyingi kuliko wamama wengine lakini mbali na hapo, alikuwa na uzazi wa kawaida kabisa. Wala usiwe na wasiwasi.
     
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