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Old 09-14-2014, 10:51 PM
atuckerit atuckerit is offline
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Default Do any of your children have genetic anomalies

My son has some sort of brain anomalies, severe they said.
They don't know if he will ever walk or talk.
Do any of your children have brain anomalies or genetic mutations or genetic syndromes besides spina bifida diagnosis?
What is their outcome anticipated to be with them?
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Old 09-15-2014, 02:45 PM
GemmaRowlands GemmaRowlands is offline
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Not that I am aware of, however I do know that things like this can sometimes show up years down the line when everybody had assumed that there was nothing present along those lines. I strongly believe that all children should be offered an abnormality test when they are born to see what they are likely to get in the future, because that means that they would be able to be much better prepared than they most likely will be. And also there might be some things that can be avoided altogether, so it's therefore well worth taking a test if there is one on offer at any point.
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Old 09-16-2014, 05:53 PM
joshua minaya joshua minaya is offline
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Well i would say that from what i have been observing from one of my children i am beginning to suspect that not only is he autistic but he might be having some other forms of genetic abnormalities and that kind of makes me scared
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