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I am suffered from haemoglobin E trait (heterozygous state) and my husband is suffered from beta thalasamia trait.. I am already pregnant since 11 weeks.. is there any risk for baby? Suggest me
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Hi, yes there r risk n there r always going to be , so will suggest u to consult hematologist n gynaecologist together to find out best option for u. U can consult me online if you have any further doubts.
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