Knowing your blood type is vital in an emergency situation where you might need a blood transfusion. This test determines your blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and Rh factor (positive or negative).
Your blood type is based on which antigens, substances that dictate your immune response, are found on your red blood cells. Knowing your blood type is necessary before receiving a blood transfusion or organ donation, to ensure your body doesn't reject the new blood or organ. This test can also determine whether a pregnant woman and her fetus have a compatible Rh factor, as Rh factor incompatibility may lead to complications.
This test determines your blood type (A,B, AB, O) and your Rh factor. Your Rh factor describes whether you are positive or negative for a certain protein found on the surface of your red blood cells.
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Your provider may order a Blood Type Test if you need surgery, are pregnant, want to donate blood, or have no existing record of your blood type.
It is crucial to know your blood type before certain surgeries, and before receiving any type of blood or organ transplant. If you receive a transplant from an incompatible blood type, your body's immune system will attack the new blood cells, which is a potentially fatal event.
You cannot take a Blood Type Test at home — this test can only be administered by a medical professional at a licensed testing facility.
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There are no special requirements for the Blood Type Test. Your provider will draw a blood sample from a vein in your arm. Blood Type Test results typically take only 1-2 business days to process.
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