Has anyone gone to genetic counceling, before pregnancy? What things do I need to bring with me? What do they do durring the counceling session?
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replied July 22nd, 2010
Hello,
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You need to take all the recent reports with you especially the karyotyping, ultrasound and the blood test reports for the discussion.
In the counselling session they will tell you the risks and the possibilities of your children having any of the genetic or chromosomal abnormality.
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