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Yissel Enriquez Arely Esquivel Rosa Garcia Tomcat Lane Aurora IL,60505 630.259.5301 What are the chances? Dear Mr.&Mrs.Bishara, We are concerned that you think your child might get a heart disorder, you are partially correct. Your child is likely to inherit down syndrome, this disorder is not inherited. It happens when nondisjunction occurs, nondisjunction leads to trisomy 21(down syndrome) because it results in an embryo with three copies of chromosome 21 instead of the usual two. Some challenges associated with this disorder is that the child might get leukemia, heart disorder,etc. Also they would be short in height, and they also mature at a slower pace socially, emotionally, and intellectually. They have learning and language disabilities they would speak and learn but just at a slower pace. Your child would be able to have children, but if they do their child is most likely to have down syndrome or other developmental disabilities. Their life expectancy is 60 years old, but there are some people that have down syndrome who have lived with this disorder until 80 years old. Some treatments for down syndrome are therapy, and physical exercise and special education also wearing glasses helps. There are some options you can keep on mind regarding to this pregnancy, you can consider abortion, give your child in adoption, or if not just simply take care of your baby and love your baby. There are some support groups regarding to down syndrome. The first support group is National Down Syndrome Society what this support group does is it helps with their well-being, education, and it helps with the therapies. Another support group is Down Syndrome Association of Greater St.Loius, this support group helps by providing information, resources, and emotional support to families with a down syndrome person. If you anymore questions don't bother to contact us