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    How are genetic abnormalities going to harm my unborn child?
    There are genetic abnormalities detected in my unborn child. How is it going to lead to a stillbirth?

    Topic: Pregnancy | Asked by: Sheena Lal | on: 29 Aug 2014
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    Answered by:
    Dr Seema Sharma
    Posted on:
    02-SEP-2014

    Genetic abnormalities usually cause severe developmental defect in a particular body system, say heart or lung or brain. Without these systems functioning properly the baby cannot survive for long on its own.


    Answered by:
    Sharda Seth
    Posted on:
    02-SEP-2014

    There are a high chances that your baby may face developmental problems if there are genetic abnormalities detected.


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