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Posted by Depends on What caused and What Type of Autism-Grandma Peg on June 27, 2000 at 15:43:51:

In Reply to: autisum and pregnancy posted by Brenda L Phillips on June 27, 2000 at 11:50:03:


: Hi to whom it may concern, im the mother of two boys one 9 and one 11. My oldest boy ryan is autistic my youngest son is ok. I resently decided to have another baby, and i was wondering if anyone out there can tell me what my chances of having another autistic child is. Please responed as soon as possible. Thank you Brenda

REPLY; Someone is going to have to tk DNA tests...you and your affected child, I'd say, because much of this disorder called autism today isn't true autism as defined by caused in utero by somehting, but many of these kids were made- caused- by something else, such as heavy metals in vaccines or too many vaccines at one time or a virus in the vaccines that wasn't supposed to be there...even if there's a genetic weakness found, it doesn't mean that the child will be affected...they'll have to have a cause agent to break down that barrier that will let the weak cells come out. I think DNA predicting would be in order Before you get pregnant and same test for your 'autistic' child, plus many other tests on the chid to determine what this disorder he has really is if it isn't true autism. Grandma Peg

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