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lilshaxter
Color Blindness test for carriers?
Is there a test which can be taken or something administered by a doctor to see if you're a carrier? Since it's a recessive trait it's not visible but I don't know if there's a way to figure out if you're a carrier besides drawing a pedigree.
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SpringRose
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Okay, let me see if I can explain this right...My father is colorblind. The females are carriers for the gene. My dad has 3 daughters. All 3 of us carry it. There is a 50% chance that each son that the daughter has will be colorblind. My oldest sister has 2 sons and one is colorblind. My middle sister also has 2 sons and one is colorblind. I have 1 son, so there is a 50% chance that he will be colorblind as well.(He is only two years old, so we don't know yet.) So basically, if you have 2 boys, 1 is guarenteed to be colorblind. I'm not sure how it works with females. I know that there is a small chance for a female to be colorblind, but mostly they are just carriers for the gene. I was just interested to see what the chances were for my son to be colorblind, so that's all I asked about. Good luck.


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