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My son has g6pd deficiency. Is there a possibility that my new baby has the same problem?
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Dr. Scott Diede
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology
In brief: Girl or boy?
G6pd is an x chromosome-linked recessive condition.
If your new baby is a boy, he has a 50% chance of also having g6pd (you are a carrier = one normal gene and one affected gene). If your new baby is a girl, she will not have g6pd (assuming the father does not have g6pd).

In brief: Girl or boy?
G6pd is an x chromosome-linked recessive condition.
If your new baby is a boy, he has a 50% chance of also having g6pd (you are a carrier = one normal gene and one affected gene). If your new baby is a girl, she will not have g6pd (assuming the father does not have g6pd).
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes
If you've had one you can have another every pregnancy.

In brief: Yes
If you've had one you can have another every pregnancy.
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