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What happens if both the mother and baby are Rh negative?
If both parents have Rh-negative blood, the baby will have Rh-negative blood. Since the mother’s blood and the baby’s blood match, sensitization will not occur.
What does it mean to be Rh positive?
You can be Rh-positive two ways. You might be what’s called homozygous, meaning you carry two positive Rh-factor genes, one from each of your parents. If so, your baby will have Rh-positive blood.
Can two Rh negative parents have a blue-eyed child?
The answer is 鈥淵es鈥? Just like two brown-eyed parents can have a blue eyed child because the rh negative gene just like the blue-eyed gene is recessive. Just like two blue-eyed parents cannot have a brown-eyed child, two REAL rh negative parents can never have an rh positive child.
What is Rh disease of the newborn?
Rh disease of the newborn arises from incompatibility of the Rh factor between the mother and baby. It’s a bit simplistic, but you can think of the Rh factor as a protein that is either present (positive) or absent (negative) on red blood cells.