Can a man with A-ve bloop group produce babies with woman of AB+ve blood group?
A man with any of the four blood group can produce babies with a woman of any of the four blood groups. Yes, Rh factor may cause a problem. Rh + means that it has an antigen, Where as Rh -ve means that, that antigen is absent. The problem will arise only when the woman is Rh -ve and the baby in the womb is Rh +ve. In such a case the mother will develop antibodies against it But it will not affect the first baby. It will affect the second baby. An injection taken just after delivary can reverse this situation and make it possible to have the second baby also safely. In your question the man is A -ve and the woman is AB +ve. The woman already has the Rh antigen and so there will be no complications in producing babies. Hope this answers your question adequately.