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Planning pregnancy for a healthy child - part 5

Hereditary Diseases:

When a couple has hereditary disease, it’s better to get consulted with the doctor. If a couple has any medical disorder or disability like blood cell damage, muscular dystrophies or any genetic disorder then the chances are high in number for the child to get affected. Proper medical care must be given to women if any such kind of issues is seen in them or in their ancestors, since that may affect the future generation of that family. If both parent are affected by the hereditary disease the chances becomes double times higher for the child to get affected out of that disease.

Decrease in hemoglobin level, RBC level, disability of liver, muscular dystrophies, brain and nervous disorders, hereditary bone disorders, cyst formation, fibrosis, Wilson disease, albinism, Down syndrome, inherited clotting problems are few examples for hereditary diseases.

In hereditary diseases, gender based problems also arises a lot. On getting deeper, details on such medical problems a genetic researcher can help out more effectively than a doctor. Modern medical equipments help to analyze the foetus development stage during the 16th cell stage of embryo itself.

Fertilization Period:

A man’s sperm life span ranges from 48 to 72 hours once it’s released. Whereas, the egg of a women’s life span is 24 hours from the time of its release. If a women wishes to get pregnant, the sperm must fertilize the egg within 24 hours from the release of the egg else, the egg must get released during the life span of the sperm.

The awareness towards making a successful pregnancy is very less among people. Comparatively awareness towards the egg formation is also less among women. Therefore, the next blog will provide knowledge on the egg development.

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Modified on 20/12/2018

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