This service offers a discussion about genetic testing, before you fall pregnancy, to determine whether you and your partner are at risk of having babies with a genetic syndrome. Everyone carries a few changes (variants) in their genes. These changes are mostly nothing to be concerned about and usually does not have any health implications for the person. However, if you have babies with a person who carries a change in exactly the same gene as you, it increases your chances of having a baby with a genetic syndrome (some very serious). If you know about these risks, it will help you make informed reproductive decisions and lead to either prevention or better management of the condition in your future children.

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