devics syndrome will not cause any affects to the baby during pregnancy.it is not transmittable to the fetus or any other person.your reproductive system is not affected by devics.the only issue is labour were if you are unable to deliver the baby a c section is performed.i have had devics for 8 years and have a healthy five year old son.
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How does infectious disease differ from other types of disease such as genetic disease cardiovascular disease auto immune disease etc?
It is autosomal dominant, meaning it is not on a sex chromosome (X or Y). If one of your parents has the disease and they are heterozygote for the disease than there is a 50% chance of inheriting the disease yourself. If one of your parents has the disease and is homozygote for the disease (very unlikely!) then you will 100% inherit Huntington's Disease. If both of your parents have the disease and are both…