posted on Jul, 17 2008 @ 04:16 PM
I too have wondered this. I am A negative. Some people say we have only been around 50,000 years, some say we are the first blood type. I have been
searching for about 4 years now, and can't seem to come up with any really good answers. My dad was AB negative and mom O+, so we figure she was O+
O-, and I am A- O-.
The thing that I think worries the scientists is the fact that we have been here so long, and yet they didn't find out about us until the 1940's.
I can just imagine them thinking, ugh, they have been living with us, sleeping with us all this time and we didn't know. It is my own opinion and
others have expressed it that we are a different species. We are similar in a lot of ways, and yet we have differences. The babies are one of them. No
where in history does a mother reject her baby. No insects, reptiles, mammals reject the baby in the womb. Only an rh negative mom, carrying an rh
positive child. The antibodies an Rh negative mom makes against her unborn child are small, so small they can enter the womb wher the baby is. I have
heard that these antibodies are one of the strongest human serums that humans can produce, it is like spider venom.
I have three rh positive children and I love them more than words can say, and I wonder, how the body can reject something the mind and soul loves so
much, like I loved all my children. I was a good mom, and they are all grown, and I have grandchildren, and the love I have for them is overwhelming
sometimes. I cannot understand the rh negatives mom's rejection of her rh positive children. I would not have had my 2nd and 3rd without the rhogram
shot, although I was told I am sensitized to rh positive blood.