What's your blood group ?

@achumama (506)
India
December 14, 2006 11:22am CST
My blood group is O+
15 responses
• India
14 Dec 06
My Blood Group is B+. Anyway Your Blood Group is Very Rare I think. Anyway i don't know i am not a science student. I am maths student
@achumama (506)
• India
15 Dec 06
Thanks for your response..but O- is the rarest blood group i think so.....
@dravid (1048)
• India
16 Jan 07
mine am not sure got to check my lisence....bu think it is a+
• United States
14 Jan 07
Im O negative. and very very proud to be the universal donor!
• India
28 Dec 06
mine too B+ve
@chaitu007 (1339)
• India
28 Dec 06
my blood group is o+
• India
28 Dec 06
Mine is B+
@sahiba77 (178)
• India
28 Dec 06
A-
@lxwy2005 (167)
• China
28 Dec 06
Haha...i still don't know,i'd better ask the doctor :)
@ricky1209 (1675)
• India
27 Dec 06
i dont know about it... sorry
@vik87391 (169)
• Spain
27 Dec 06
b+
@prash2807 (163)
• India
27 Dec 06
My blood group is B+.
@ezymoney (876)
• Australia
26 Dec 06
I am not sure. I have to check
@AKRao24 (27025)
• India
15 Dec 06
Mine is also O + Ve, Do you now what are the types of blood groups and how they are determined, who is a universal donor and who is universal recepient ? There ate 4 types of b;lood groups. They are A, B, AB and O.They are determined by the presence or abscence of a particular Antigen on the blood cells. Presence od Antigen A in the blood makes the group A, Presence of Antigen B makes the Blood group B, presence of both the antigens in the blood, on the blood cells make the blood group AB and absence of both the Antigens makes the blood group O. Bexcause of thse antigens blood from a donor can be trasfused to reciepient of same group without any problem as there won't be any raection or clashing of the Antibodies formed against any forign antigens.However O group can donate blood to all the four groups as people from this group don't have any antigen in their blood.Thas why this blood group is called Universal donor. AB group can give blood to only AB group, but can recive blood from all the four groups and thats why this group is known as universal recepient. The positive or negative sign after the group is called RH factor named after a Monkey called Rhesus monkey, depending upon the presence or absence of that particular factor. To have tranfusion after having matched the suitable groups, we also have to match the Rh factors as both of them has to be from same group, i.e either negative or positive !
@JoeyCa (1810)
• Belgium
15 Dec 06
A+ rather common as well I believe :-)) xxx
• India
14 Dec 06
Mine is B+ it is said to be the most common blood group and that makes me feel so glad...and safe!! by the way what was the point of the discussion here?