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  1. There are health risks more than birth defect risks associated with having a baby. Any recessive traits shared between you are way more likely to come out as a dominant gene in your child (As it was explained by our child's physician). What this means is that if, say, diabetes runs in your family, then your child has a higher chance of developing diabetes than if you had a child with someone who is not a blood relative. (Edit) - Our soon to be four year old son is mostly healthy, but he does have very bad eyesight, gluten allergy (allergy and not intolerance which most people have). These are both traits that our family shares, but his are a bit worse than most of our family members who have this. We are a bti worried about Glaucoma and Diabetes, both which run in our family as well
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