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    I am -O of blood

    What is the origin of the -O blood or where is common

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    I am O negative too and originally from Pakistan.

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    Im O- too

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    I am also O Negative.

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    my mom was O-, I am not

    she is of Devonshire english and hard celtic Irish background

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    O is pretty common in most of the world. Being negative is less common, but I don't think that has a particular geographical distribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msmarjoribanks View Post
    O is pretty common in most of the world. Being negative is less common, but I don't think that has a particular geographical distribution.
    I believe negative blood is more common amongst European and North African populations.
    Ethnogene (most accurate so far IMO): Frisian 2.8%, Scottish 19.2%, Welsh 2.4%, English 29.0%, Irish 31.7%, Cornish 1.9%, Irish Traveller 4.0%, French 2.6%, Dutch 1.0%, German 1.8%, Western Indian 1.1%, Central/Southern Ashkenazi 1.0%, Norwegian 1.5%

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    The world population has shifted so much over the centuries being one blood type doesn't really mean anything, but it is cool to think about. I'm from the US and have B+ blood, which is the 3rd most common here, but it only amounts to about 8.5% of the US population. It's very common in Asia though - India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Koreas, Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand, etc.

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    I have O+ like my mum, my dad is O-.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mildlycurly View Post
    I believe negative blood is more common amongst European and North African populations.
    Top ten countries for O- percentage:
    United Kingdom 11.0%
    Australia 9.0%
    Brazil 9.0%
    New Zealand 9.0%
    Spain 9.0%
    Argentina 8.4%
    Iceland 8.4%
    Ireland 8.0%
    Lebanon 7.7%
    Netherlands 7.5%


    Bottom ten countries for O- percentage:
    North Korea 0.08%
    Philippines 0.1%
    South Korea 0.1%
    Japan 0.15%
    Malaysia 0.17%
    Taiwan 0.17%
    Indonesia 0.18%
    Thailand 0.2%
    China 0.28%
    Myanmar 0.3%

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_...ion_by_country
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