A 32-year-old female asked:
2 out of 3 early mcs showed turner's & trisomy 14. no live birth, age 32. chances of having and not having normal children. pls answer for both ?
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Pediatrics 46 years experience
Needs a consult: This issue is not one we can properly answer with the data provided.Find a medical geneticist,usually a staff member of a children's hospital or medical school.They can take a proper history and review the findings of your prior MC's and do a detailed family tree including both prospective parents.What your risks are and the time frame you have to work with needs more input.Good luck.
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