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ask your primary healthcare physician for your blood type. if your physician already has your blood type on file, then you just need to ask. however, they will only have your record on file if you've already had your blood drawn and/or tested. common reasons why you may have already had your blood type tested include:[1]
  • pregnancy
  • surgery
  • organ donation
  • blood transfusion

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    request a blood test. if your type isn't on file, then you can also ask to get a blood test done. call or visit your doctor's office and ask for a blood test to determine your blood type.
    • try saying something like, "i want to find out what my blood type is. would it be possible for the doctor to order a blood test to check my blood type?"
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    visit a health clinic. if you don't have a primary care physician, then you can have a blood test done at a health clinic. just visit a local health clinic and ask them to test your blood type.
    • you may want to call ahead first to see if this is something that the health clinic offers.