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A blood test is carried out to determine your blood group, which could be A, B or O and your Rhesus (Rh) blood group ( positive or negative). This is partly for the records, in case a transfusion should ever be needed. If the lab finds you Rh Negative you will be tested for Rh compatibility with your baby.
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