Can 2 Down syndrome parents have a normal child? Short fast 1 minute answer

Down Syndrome is one of the main genetic definitions that point to the genetic disorders in the 21th chromosome.

Parents with one baby with regular trisomy 21 are usually told that the chance of having another baby with Down’s syndrome is 1 in 100. Very few families are known who have more than one child with Down’s syndrome, so the real chance is probably less than this.

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