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Genetic Counselors

When is it especially important to see a genetic counselor?
If you are:

Above the age of 35 years or have primary ovarian failure

Have fertility issues, trying to conceive, or have had a miscarriage

Have a familial connection to your sexual partner 

Have been diagnosed or are at risk of developing a genetic condition

What is a Genetic Counselor?

Genetic Counselors are trained in medical genetics and counselling. They are here to help you understand your risk-analysis scores for early detection of disease and prevention care, as well as recommend and promote lifestyle choices that can reduce your risk and bolster your health.

When should I seek genetic counseling?

Before and After genetic testing. Genetic counseling can help you make decisions on the testing that you should be doing based on your family history, while also informing you of how the process works. They are often used before genetic testing, as they are typically who refers families, individuals, or patients to seek certain diagnostics. However, it is arguably more important to talk to a genetic counselor after you have received your results to talk you through next steps to support your wellness.

Support from Genetic Counseling

Genetic counselors help navigate and cope with difficult situations, whether it is living with a genetic condition, finding community support services and connections, caring for someone who has a genetic condition, being at risk for a genetic condition, or making decisions before starting a family.

Above the age of 35 years or have primary ovarian failure

Have fertility issues, trying to conceive, or have had a miscarriage

Have a familial connection to your sexual partner 

Have been diagnosed or are at risk of developing a genetic condition

What is a Genetic Counselor?

Genetic Counselors are trained in medical genetics and counselling. They are here to help you understand your risk-analysis scores for early detection of disease and prevention care, as well as recommend and promote lifestyle choices that can reduce your risk and bolster your health.

When should I seek genetic counseling?

Before and After genetic testing. Genetic counseling can help you make decisions on the testing that you should be doing based on your family history, while also informing you of how the process works. They are often used before genetic testing, as they are typically who refers families, individuals, or patients to seek certain diagnostics. However, it is arguably more important to talk to a genetic counselor after you have received your results to talk you through next steps to support your wellness.

Support from Genetic Counseling

Genetic counselors help navigate and cope with difficult situations, whether it is living with a genetic condition, finding community support services and connections, caring for someone who has a genetic condition, being at risk for a genetic condition, or making decisions before starting a family.

When is it especially important to see a genetic counselor?
If you are:

Above the age of 35 years or have primary ovarian failure

Have fertility issues, trying to conceive, or have had a miscarriage

Have a familial connection to your sexual partner 

Have been diagnosed or are at risk of developing a genetic condition

What is a Genetic Counselor?

Genetic Counselors are trained in medical genetics and counselling. They are here to help you understand your risk-analysis scores for early detection of disease and prevention care, as well as recommend and promote lifestyle choices that can reduce your risk and bolster your health.

When should I seek genetic counseling?

Before and After genetic testing. Genetic counseling can help you make decisions on the testing that you should be doing based on your family history, while also informing you of how the process works. They are often used before genetic testing, as they are typically who refers families, individuals, or patients to seek certain diagnostics. However, it is arguably more important to talk to a genetic counselor after you have received your results to talk you through next steps to support your wellness.

Support from Genetic Counseling

Genetic counselors help navigate and cope with difficult situations, whether it is living with a genetic condition, finding community support services and connections, caring for someone who has a genetic condition, being at risk for a genetic condition, or making decisions before starting a family.

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