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When Genetics Complicates Family Planning

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Pregnancy is complicated. Some women love it. They say it’s the best they ever felt in their whole life. Then there are women like me who absolutely hated it.

The ever present nausea for months on end. The raging hormones (paired with my existing mental illness. Fun!). The kicking on the ribs, the bladder, and every internal organ.

A few months into my first pregnancy I wondered why no one had told me how awful pregnancy could be. Yet the end result was an amazing little boy that made the discomfort worth it. Parenthood is complicated. Two and a half years later, my husband, our older son, and I were sitting in a small exam room with a neurologist and the “we’re a teaching hospital” entourage.

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