What Will Happen If You Inject Someone Elses Blood into You Thats Not the Same Blood Type as You?

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If you inject someone else's blood into you that is not the same blood type as you have your body can go into shock. If the blood was the same type as your it would be absorbed by your own blood which is how blood transfusions work. Since the blood would not be your type your body will reject it, go into shock, and you could possibly die. Please do not try injecting someone else's blood into your body. I hope this helps!
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Urm, well it kinda happens all the time; ever heard of a blood transfusion? AIDS. have a doctor present.
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The person injected may experience
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From what I studied in Bio, Human blood falls into three categories - (A, B, O) There can be many combinations such as AB negative, AB positive and so on. The thing is, when a blood
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Antibodies in the recipient's serum will attack and agglutinate the new red blood cells (make them clump up). This could be life-threatening depending on how much blood you receive.
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