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Is it true that your children and grandchildren are likely to have severe genetic disorders if you and your husband are 17 years apart?

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2011-09-13 03:16:56
2011-09-13 03:16:56

I have never heard such a thing and I can't think of a reason why an age difference would matter. 100 years ago, it was normal for a woman to marry a man 10 or more years older than her.

actually, there isn't any studies that show your question to be true, although the older the woman is the more likely if she gives birth that her child with have autisim...

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