In my state there is this couple raising money to help support their kids because they were born with a genetic disorder that will more then likely kill them before they even reach school age. Their first born child wasn't suppose to reach his first birthday but lucky he did but he's on a breathing machine and on a feeding tube. He can't move or talk. They were told if they get pregnant again there is a 75% chance that baby will have the same deadly disease. They took that chance and gave birth to another child with the same disease.
I have a genetic disorder and even I did want to have children because they was a 50% chance my kids would be born with it. BC failed both times but where I live a women needs to be 25 in order to get sterilized. I refuse to have anymore. My daughter was born with the same disease but lucky my son wasn't.
Would you risk that 75% chance?
Answer by Zakysmommy at 4:04 PM on Oct. 6, 2010
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Answer by Memigen at 3:32 PM on Oct. 6, 2010
No not if I was aware of it. . I would adopt. If it is genetic then your children's children could even have the gene.... why keep passing it down?
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