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is the fathers blood the only blood that flows in the fetus?if so then what role does the mothers blood play?

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No, the blood that flows in the fetus is from the mother. Why would you think it was from the father?
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you are asking.... where does th efetus's blood comeofrom and you both had incorrect assumptions..you are both incorrect. the fetus creates its own blood.none of the mothers blood gets to the fetus at all. only nutrients are passed form mother to baby.
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I'm doing research in this area can you site me some reference that I can check out?
Thank you.
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that is why mothers and babies can be at risk if there is a blood incompatibility. However isn't the blood type determined by the fathers blood type in some way?
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No. The fetus creates its own blood as it receives one ellele (gene) from each parent from which it will create its own cells and blood type!!. A fetus evolves in the womb all by itself as the mother feeds and shelters it. The result of Sperm fertilizing an egg is a Zygote, a single cell containing DNA from both parents all by itself. This Zygote coats itself with a membrane and feeds from the mother as it grows by itself into an embryo, then it keeps on growing until it becomes a fetus and then a baby ready to pop. Not a single part of a baby belongs to the mother or father, a baby is unique all by itself, it produced its own cells, the mother did not do this. It did. That's why it is a miracle!
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