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Posted by: luthando | 2007/07/10

age make difference

I would like to know is iit true that when one is 30yrs or above when she gets pregnant the is a possibility that the chilld could be born with something called the low syndrome.

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Above the age of 35, there is an increased risk of Down syndrome.

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