What Blood Type Am I?

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There are four blood types: A, AB, B and O. Blood type tests are done before a person gets a blood transfusion and to check a pregnant woman's blood type. You cannot know your blood group unless you have a test.
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If you want to find out what type of blood are you then you will have to go to the nearest hospital and to gave blood. There they will tell you what type of blood are you. There are type A, B, AB and 0.
To determine your blood type, you will have to get tested. A nurse at your local hospital can take your blood to find out the results. It is important to know your blood type.
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