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Answered 2012-07-02 03:15:53

Down-Syndrome

This answer is so wrong that it is funny....the ignorance of the person who answered it is really in question. BTW, Downs Syndrome is caused by a genetic defect of the subject having one extra chromosome.

The lower sperm counts or lower production of the Ova sometimes will effect the ability to have children

I believe that this is a repeat of a question,,,,it has been posted several times with nearly identical wording.

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