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Genealogy, children, PGD Discuss family and preimplantation genetic diagnosis issues

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Old 06-11-16, 06:57 PM   #11
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Hi Claire, thanks so much for your reply and I'm really sorry to hear about your husband's depression and the worry that brings.
Yesterday I had a termination, which was just the most difficult thing to go through with but as you say, I couldn't burden her with HD and all it entails. It was just too much of a gamble but I now feel so bereft and empty in every sense. I think there's so much guilt whatever choice is made.
Best wishes, Ros
There is most definitely guilt whichever way you go, and I'm angry for the children I want and haven't been able to keep, and angry for the ones I want and know the process is just to much to keep going through. I get so bitter at times but then I look at my boys and know that hd will never darken our door again and that makes me feel good. Xx. All the best to you and your family Ros xxx
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Old 07-11-16, 08:53 AM   #12
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Thinking of you....so sad ... but I am sure there will be wonderful happy family times ahead with the boys
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Old 07-11-16, 05:15 PM   #13
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Hi Claire, thanks so much for your reply and I'm really sorry to hear about your husband's depression and the worry that brings.
Yesterday I had a termination, which was just the most difficult thing to go through with but as you say, I couldn't burden her with HD and all it entails. It was just too much of a gamble but I now feel so bereft and empty in every sense. I think there's so much guilt whatever choice is made.
Best wishes, Ros

so sorry for your loss so hard my heart goes out to you give yourself time to grieve hugs

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