What is your blood type?

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What is your blood type?
A 12%  12%  [ 24 ]
A 13%  13%  [ 25 ]
B 9%  9%  [ 18 ]
B 9%  9%  [ 18 ]
AB 5%  5%  [ 9 ]
AB 5%  5%  [ 10 ]
0 + 22%  22%  [ 43 ]
0 + 24%  24%  [ 47 ]
Total votes : 194

pree10shun
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18 Jul 2011, 11:41 pm

I was born 0+ve but when I tested recently the test said B.. my mom's O and dad's B so I've no idea if it changed or if one of the test's wrong.



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20 Jul 2011, 9:26 pm

I've never heard of blood type changing before.

Anyway, mine is O+


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13 Nov 2011, 10:04 am

Not 100% sure, but going by Moog's list,

Type A

People with blood type A have a deep-rooted strength that helps them stay calm in a crisis when everyone else is panicking. However, they tend to avoid confrontation, and feel very uncomfortable around people. A types are shy and sometimes withdrawn. They seek harmony and are very polite, but all the same feel that they never really fit in with others. A types are very responsible. If there is a job to be done, they prefer to take care of it themselves. These people crave success and are perfectionists. They are also very creative, and the most artistic of all the blood types, most likely because of their sensitivity.

That describes me quite well.


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26 Feb 2012, 11:46 am

I always liked telling my blood type since I have A+ and it's nice to get an A+ once in a while lol.


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26 Feb 2012, 11:58 am

littlelily613 wrote:
I've never heard of blood type changing before.

It can happen when a person receives a bone-marrow transplant from a donor of a different (yet compatible) blood type. Otherwise, I know of no validated case of this occurring naturally.



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30 Mar 2012, 6:55 am

O pos


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07 May 2014, 10:47 pm

I'm type O, but I don't think I'm type O+.



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23 Jun 2014, 5:17 pm

My parents are O+ and O- so I know I'm O something. But I put 'O positive' because that was the only O option on the poll, and since none of the other choices had + or - attached to them, I figure it was a mistake.


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24 Jun 2014, 2:10 am

A+ here. Also an official blood donor. ;)


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