What's your sign? Capricorn? Sagittarius? Pieces? This is the most common question when us women check our dates for future investigation with regards to our compatibility issues. When it comes to personality it is very important to know that we will get along very well with our prospective partner as we all want to spend together forever with our special someone. The big news is, Zodiac sign has become less popular in Asia, as the new basis of dating and choosing ones partner is now through their blood type! Sounds weird? Well, you are not alone if you're answer is yes. Aside from the fact that it gets the romance out of popping that question during a romantic candle light dinner, the truth is most guys don't even remember what is their blood type or much worse had never done a blood test in their life before. Umnn.. the awkward scenario would be bringing him in the hospital for your second date to go under the needle and wait for results or giving him a blood test kit as your getting to know each other present.
So where did this new trend I am talking about came from? It was originated in Japan and mostly a lot of Asians are into it now. I, personally have never known of this thing myself until my one and only sister told me about it, she had a failed relationship before and out of curiosity she checked their compatibility on the said Japanese chart and found out that A and B seemed to be the worst pair of blood to match together. I am super extra compatible with my fiance and both of us are A+. I do not believe this thing that much but I do believe that blood type may affect your babies health when the parents blood are incompatible when mixed in together. I remember my niece getting some nasty rashes on her head for about 2 months after she was born and we have to buy a special milk that has a little iron in it to avoid making it worse.
According to testcountry.org if a woman who is Rh negative and a man who is Rh positive conceive a baby, there is a considerable potential for hemolytic disorders to arise as the baby developing inside the Rh-negative mother’s body may have Rh-positive blood, inherited from the father. This is termed as Rh Incompatibility.
Read more: http://www.testcountry.org/pre-martial-blood-typing.htm#ixzz2IdFCbV9F
Here's a guide for Blood Type Personality Compatibility