Is it possible for a Type O woman to have a Type A child?
In this regard, can parents with type O blood have a child with Type A?
Two O parents will get an O child nearly all of the time. But it is technically possible for two O-type parents to have a child with A or B blood, and maybe even AB (although this is really unlikely). In fact, a child can get almost any kind of blood type if you consider the effect of mutations.
Subsequently, question is, can certain blood types not have babies? If a baby's and mother's blood are incompatible, it can lead to fetal anemia, immune hydrops (erythroblastosis fetalis) and other complications. The most common type of blood type incompatibility is Rh disease (also known as Rh incompatibility). The Rh factor is a protein on the covering of red blood cells.
Consequently, can an AB mother have an O child?
To be O, you usually need to get an O from both mom and dad. But an AB parent usually has an A and a B version, not an O. So they usually can't have an O child.
Which blood types are not compatible for pregnancy?
Blood types are categorized by A, B, and O, and given an Rh factor of positive or negative. A-B-0 and Rh incompatibility happens when a mother's blood type conflicts with that of her newborn child. It is possible for a mother's red blood cells to cross into the placenta or fetus during pregnancy.