Our study concludes: Rh negatives are disadvantaged in overall health

For the first time ever, evidence has been provided that being rh negative means having a disadvantage when it comes to overall health.
I want to thank everyone who has participated in our study.
If you are interested in participating in future studies, please register on this blog or join any of our social media pages.

Rh negative people test worst for overall health.
Rh positive homozygotes better, but rh positive heterozygotes the best.

Here is our study:

http://www.biomedcentral.com/imedia/1101270013164159_article.pdf

How Healthy Is Your Blood Type?

The following compilation of data has been backed by scientific studies.

rh negative blood type health

  • Please note:
    Some of the studies involve a small amount of subjects being examined, so draw your own conclusions knowing that there is a lot more research needed to be done.

  • How Healthy Is Your Blood Type?

    People with Blood Type O

    Advantages

    The latest research into blood types shows that having group O blood can lower your risk of heart attacks.

    Disadvantages

    A study of more than 560 women undertaking fertility treatment found that those with blood type O were up to twice as likely to have a lower egg count and poorer egg quality, which could affect the chances of conceiving.

    People with group O have a greater risk of peptic ulcers.

    Type O people may be more vulnerable to a bacterium that can cause peptic ulcers, Helicobacter pylori.

    There are also reports that statistically speaking people with blood types O and B are more likely to get murdered than people with blood types A and AB.

    People with Blood Type A

    Advantages

    Women with blood group A seemed to be better protected against their egg counts falling over time.

    Disadvantages

    Because certain blood types are more likely to co-occur with varying levels of hormones in the body, physicians commonly tailor their exercise recommendations to the patient’s type. People with type A blood, for example, are more likely to have higher levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, in their body. So, stress-reducing exercises, like Tai Chi and yoga, may be more beneficial at cutting that tension than running or weightlifting alone.

    When the adrenal gland dumps more and more cortisol into the blood, people’s stress response grows more acute. People with type A blood may find themselves getting anxious more quickly and having a harder time letting troubles roll off their back.

    In a study of OCD sufferers done in 1983, Blood Type A was shown to be associated with a higher incidence of OCD over other types, in addition to a higher incidence of hysteria.

    People with Blood Type B

    Advantages

    Lower risk for diseases listed that people with other ABO blood groups are most prone to.

    Disadvantages

    A study at Harvard University found that women with AB or B group blood have a raised risk of developing ovarian cancer.

    Other research has found that people with type AB and B blood have a much higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer.

    There are also reports that statistically speaking people with blood types O and B are more likely to get murdered than people with blood types A and AB.

    People with Blood Type AB

    Advantages

    Lower risk for diseases listed that people with other ABO blood groups are most prone to.

    Disadvantages

    A study at Harvard University found that women with AB or B group blood have a raised risk of developing ovarian cancer.

    Other research has found that people with type AB and B blood have a much higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer.

    There are also fears that AB blood may double or even treble the risk of pregnant mothers suffering from the potentially lethal blood pressure condition pre-eclampsia.

    A 2012 study from Harvard University found people with non-O blood also happen to have an increased risk for cardiovascular disease. But those with type AB blood were the most at-risk overall, demonstrating a 23 percent greater chance of suffering from heart disease than type O subjects.

    A recent study found people with type AB blood were 82 percent more likely to experience difficulties with memory recall, language, and attention than people with other types.

    People with Rhesus Negative Blood Factor

    Advantages

    Less likely to predisposition to chikungunya

    Higher protection against HIV/AIDS

    Disadvantages

    Stronger tendencies for allergies

    See also: Blood Types and Mental Health

    Rh Negative Voices: Terry Lee Wilson

    Terry Lee Wilson has been a part of the rh negative community for many years. She is O negative and I am happy to have had the opportunity to ask her a few questions:

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    1) Hi, Terry. Thank you very much for this interview. When did you first find out about your blood type, when did you gain interest in the rh negative blood factor and what keeps you motivated in terms of upgrading your research?

    I have always known that I was O negative, as both of my parents are O negative.

    As soon as age allowed I started donating blood and I noticed that they were very “nice” to me because I was O negative.

    I did not know at the time that O negative was the universal donor but about 20 years ago I became more conscious of my blood type being rarer.

    About 15 years ago I joined several online negative blood type sites.

    About ten years ago I was really studying O negatives and I was having a spiritual awakening at the same time.

    I have tapered off over the last 5 years in my research as I haven’t seen anything coming out that I consider “new”.

    2) Out of all the things you have learned researching the rh negative blood factor, which discovery stands out in terms of opening your eyes the widest?

    I believe that negatives each have coding in their DNA that is not in positive blood types.

    I don’t like implying that negatives are elite, but we are different.

    And I do feel since O negative is the oldest blood type, that our DNA coding may have the original blueprint for humanity in it.

    3) What is your most passionate area of interest?

    Things that even science can not understand or measure.

    4) What are you hoping to prove or debunk in the future?

    I don’t have any feelings one way or the other on this but I do think that things could certainly get interesting.

    5) Out of all the theories and information that have come your way, which make the least sense, which do you consider credible and what would you like to see more information on?


    I am greatly opposed to the theory that negative blood types come from Neanderthals! We are much more divine than that and existed before Neanderthals! 8-)

    6) Have you ever taken a full DNA test? If so, what were the results and do you believe there has ever been a group of people in the past which was 100 percent rh negative and what sort of pattern set do you see continued in today´s society?

    I have not.

    During my “spiritual awakening” period I had a lot of information “come” to me in ways that would be considered less than understandable.

    And I don’t feel that it is time to reveal or discuss that information.

    7) A lot of new rh negative people are coming on this blog to read information about our blood type. What message would you like to send to them in order to help them let go of what they have learned in order to emerge into a group of people who are “like them” and what advice would you give to them in terms of where to continue their research?

    For a ten year period I was like a sponge. I read everything. Some things resonated for me, others I thought were lies.

    Learn to trust your instinct, because as an O negative I feel it is my greatest asset.

    Thank you very much, Terry!

  • Note: All opinions expressed belong to the interviewees and we, the admins of Rhesusnegative.net reserve the right to agree or disagree with all, some or none of the content provided in the answers.
  • Rh Negative Voices: Corrado Pani

    Corrado Pani has been a member of People with Rhesus Negative Bloodtype for a few years and been very active in researching and sharing with other rh negatives what his areas of interest pertain.
    Corrado is blood type O negative and from Sardinia, Italy.

    Here is our interview with Corrado.

    Enjoy!

    Corrado Pani Rh Negative Interview

    1) When did you first find out about your blood type, when did you gain interest in the rh negative blood factor and what keeps you motivated in terms of upgrading your research?

    It was in 2007 when my doctor told me my blood was precious. I just took some information but realized it was a very interesting topic in 2011 when I talked to a friend on Facebook and read something more.

    2) Out of all the things you have learned researching the rh negative blood factor, which discovery stands out in terms of opening your eyes the widest?

    I was amazed when I discovered in which areas the rh neg factor is more diffused. A focus around the Atlantic Ocean and this research seemed to me very much linked with the Atlantis theory.

    3) What is your most passionate area of interest?

    Archaeoanthropology, blood and migrations theory.

    4) What are you hoping to prove or debunk in the future?

    I hope I will be able to prove that Atlantis was founded by the first humans, that they were very intelligent and highly talented (if humans are not definitely extraterrestrials).

    5) Have you ever taken a full DNA test? If so, what were the results and do you believe there has ever been a group of people in the past which was 100 percent rh negative and what sort of pattern set do you see continued in today´s society?

    In 2013 I had a partial DNA test taken and it came out that I’m in the I(Y) haplogroup for sure, but I did not the complete examination. I(Y) haplogroup is a link between Scandinavian, West Yugoslavian, German and Eastern British populations and partly Northern Hiberians.

    6) A lot of new rh negative people are coming on this blog to read information about our blood type. What message would you like to send to them in order to help them let go of what they have learned in order to emerge into a group of people who are “like them” and what advice would you give to them in terms of where to continue their research?

    The gratest faculty of rh negs could be the freedom. Our pineal gland can recieve inspirations, can let itself be penetrated by the universe and let us know secrets of matter, order of universe and our inner nature. We can obtain enlightenment, it’s all in our will.

  • Note: All opinions expressed belong to the interviewees and we, the admins of Rhesusnegative.net reserve the right to agree or disagree with all, some or none of the content provided in the answers.
  • What are the frequencies of rh negatives in Ethiopia?

    Ethiopia is one of the most interesting places when it comes to rh negative blood type distributions, simply because the country in itself is so genetically diverse.
    Africans in general have a frequency of 1-3% rh negatives, which is very low, but there are some groups worth mentioning that stand out.

    1) The Yorubas
    2) The Chad/Cameroon area where tribes high in genetic marker R1b and rh negative blood have migrated to once
    3) The Ethiopians whose percentage of rh negatives is almost triple that of the continental average

    ethiopia rh negative blood

    More than 50% of the Ethiopian genepool matches with Semites, Berbers and Europeans and not Sub-Saharans. An 18% J frequency indicates Sumerian ancestry as well. Ancient Mesopotamians migrating throughout the area once have remained genetically present within the Ethiopians telling us just how ancient civilizations once destroyed saw their members move into the “New World”.

    According to recent studies, around 8% of Ethiopians are rh negative.

    Neanderthal DNA discovered within the Yoruba people of Africa

    According to several studies, Neanderthal DNA exists in all Europeans at a frequency of 1-3% as well as in Asians. Alongside those studies, the claim was made that Neanderthal DNA is absent in Africa.

    Recent studies revealed that this is not correct.

    Neanderthal genetic signal deep into the homeland. Indeed one of Reich’s analyses, published last month, found Neanderthal traces in Yoruba DNA (Nature, DOI: 10.1038/nature12886).

    The Yoruba people have also been singled out as a group with a high percentage of rh negatives.

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    British singer Sade has Yaruba ancestry

    See also:

    The Yoruba People: An African Tribe with high frequencies of rh negative blood
    ‪#‎Rh‬ ‪#‎Negative‬ percentages in ‪#‎African‬ countries might be much higher than we´ve previously thought

    yoruba tiwa savage

    Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage is also of Yoruba ancestry

    Up to 30% of Sinai Bedouins found to be Rh Negative

    Although the Rh-negative trait is rare in most parts of the world, it occurs in about 15 percent of Caucasians in Europe, Canada, and the United States. The trait’s highest incidence is among the Basques of the Pyrenees (25–35 percent) and the Imazighen (Berbers) of Africa and the Bedouins of the Sinai Peninsula (18–30 percent).

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    Source: Blood: Physiology and Circulation

    So who are the Bedouins genetically speaking?

    You may be surprised.

    Studies indicate higher risk of autism amongst children of rh negative mothers

    In the past few years, the claim that rh negative women are more likely to have autistic children has come up again and again. But is there truth to this claim or is it merely a myth?
    One fairly new study shows that children born before 2001 are much more likely to have rh negative mothers. The potential reason behind it given:

    The Anti-D shot contained mercury until that time.

    There were significant and comparable increases in maternal Rh-negativity among children with NDs (Clinic: A=24.2%), autism spectrum disorders (Clinic: A=28.3%, B=25.3%), and attention-deficit-disorder/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (Clinic: A=26.3%) observed at both clinics in comparison to both control groups (Clinic: A=12.1%, B=13.9%) employed. Children with NDs born post-2001 had a maternal Rh-negativity frequency (13.6%) similar to controls.

    CONCLUSION
    This study associates TCR exposure with some NDs in children.

    For the full PDF file of the study, go here:

    Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Maternal Rh-Negativity, and Rho(D) Immune Globulins: A Multi-Center Assessment

    So what about children born after 2001?

    A study conducted by the University of California in Davis has revealed that MAR antibodies in the mother´s blood are responsible for 25% of autism cases in the United States.

    Let´s look at it this way:

    Back before there was an Anti-D shot, an rh positive fetus of an rh negative mother would simply die or “vanish” if the mother already had antibodies. Now that after 28 weeks of gastation the shot is being administered, we are dealing with 7 months of potential damage being done. If a fetus survives, then the brain activity can be harmed by those antibodies.
    Note: In countries with lower levels of autism, the shot is usually given after the birth of the first rh positive child ensuring antibodies being built up while in the U.S. it is given almost towards the end of the pregnancy.
    Could this be why there is an autism epidemie in the States?

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    The alleged autism epidemy began in the early 70s. 1968 was when the Anti-D shot was approved for administering.

    If you are an rh negative woman wanting to get pregnant by an rh positive man, here is my advice:

    Visit your doctor before you get pregnant and ask for an antibody screening.

    If your child is autistic or has Asperger´s:

    Allow your child to show you what he or she has interest in. Forcing a child to do what everyone else is going is never a good thing. Rather than turning everyday life into a chore, allow your kid to follow his or her instinct.
    In order to bridge social awkwardness, find other children with similar interest.
    That way the move from being interested in something towards having interest in others who share those passions helps build a foundation for a better social life once an adult.

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    There are many sites and communities out there helping mothers of children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Everyday Aspergers is one that I recommend.
    Many of the members from that page are also on People with Rhesus Negative Bloodtype, so if you are on Facebook, use our page to exchange ideas with other mothers of autistic children if that is what you are.

    Rhesusnegative.net provides a network for rh negative individuals to provide information, answer questions, connect and become positive about being rhesus negative!