Among Carriers Of Thalassemia Genes Should Not Married

Thalassemia is a genetic condition in which a person’s red blood cells can only produce less hemoglobin (HB), or even not at all. For that doctors recommend that someone suffering or carriers of thalassemia gene should not married one another. That is done to prevent children from suffering thalassemia major when born. The possibility of children suffering from thalassemia major from both parents (carriers) of the gene is 25 percent.

If father and mother are both carriers, the possibilities of thalassemia major children are about 25%, 25% of healthy children and 50% children as a carrier.

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