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Most likely normal: The albino has two recessive albino genes and will give one to each of his/her children. The other parent probably has two normal genes so all the offspring will look normal but all will carry one albino gene. In the extraordinarily unlikely event that the partner carries one albino gene of the correct type, then 1/2 of the children will have albinism and 1/2 will be carriers. Rare! ...Read more
Albinism: An albino is a term used to describe someone with albinism. This is a condition that results in an inability to make melanin or pigment. There are different causes such as defects in the synthesis of melanin, distribution of melanin within the skin, and lack of pigment cells called melanocytes. ...Read more
In a baby already...: ...Born, the diagnosis is usually pretty obvious. Prenatally, a genetic test on amniocentesis or villous sampling cells is possible, but I am not sure anyone does it. ...Read more
Yes.: Albino is a recessive trait, meaning that it is possible for neither parent to be an albino, and by chance to have no other relatives who cannot make melanin in their skin and hair and eyes. ...Read more
It is beautiful...: Albinism is a genetic condition and currently we neither know how nor have the ability to change it safely. There is no permanent way to change your hair color short of hair-transplant. Hair dye can provide instant change. Embrace whay u have: i see it as a relatively unique beauty of life. Wouldn't u agree the lady in picture here is beautiful? Talk to your friends/family. Smile. Laugh. Good luck. ...Read more
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