Thursday, March 29, 2018

DOWN SYNDROME , TRISOMY 21 , CAUSED BY IVF ON AGED WOMEN – CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL







FIVE DECADES AGO , IN KERALA WE NEVER HAD A CASE OF DOWN SYNDROME BECAUSE GIRLS GOT MARRIED BETWEEN AGES OF 18 TO 22 COMPULSORILY..   

IN INDIA WE HAD A GOTRA SYSTEM WHICH KEPT OUR DNA UNCORRUPTED AND PRISTINE.   

THIS IS THE REASON WHY INDIA HAS THE LEAST HOMOSEXUALS ON THIS PLANET BY PERCENTAGE.     

WHATEVER HOMOSEXUALS WE HAVE ARE THE RESULT OF INFUSION OF DIRTY FOREIGN BLOOD ( GANDHA KHOON ) . MAJORITY OF HOMOSEXUALS IN INDIA HAVE JEWISH AND ARAB BLOOD.


EDUCATION FOR A GIRL CHILD IN KERALA WAS ONLY TO HOLD THE FORT IN CASE HER HUSBAND DIED, OR HAD AN ACCIDENT ( OR EVEN GOT DIVORCED )-- AND OF COURSE TO HELP HER CHILDREN WITH HOMEOWRK

TODAY KERALA IS TEEMING WITH DOWN SYNDROME CASES –MOST ARE HUSHED UP , THE CHILD HIDDEN FROM THE EYES OF THE WORLD. 

THERE IS A FALSE NOTION THAT  IF PEOPLE FIND OUT THAT A FAMILY HAS A DOWN SYNDROME CASE ,  IT WILL CAUSE STIGMA TO THE WHOLE FAMILY, AFFECTING THE FUTURE CHANCES OF HEALTHY SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN THE MARRIAGE MARKET.

THE TRUE REASON IS THAT AS WOMEN AGE THE CHANCES OF DELIVERING A CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME INCREASES MULTIFOLD.

TODAY MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES DO PROPAGANDA THAT THEY WILL ASSISTS AGED CAREER WOMEN IN DELIVERING BABIES BY COMPANY SPONSORED IVF..    


WOMENs LIB AND ENDLESS PROPAGANDA BY DESH DROHI BENAMI MEDIA IS THE CAUSE OF DOWN SYNDROME EXPLOSION IN INDIA. 

 WE HAVE CORRUPT RULERS WHO ACCEPT KICKBACKS AND POLITICAL DONATIONS FROM EVIL PHARMA .    

WE KNOW THESE BASTARDS .    ALL IN GOOD TIME




More than  93 % of pregnancies in Europe with a diagnosis of Down syndrome are terminated.  

If you have a child with Down Syndrome ,  lifelong deep unhappiness for both mother and baby is 100% assured.   

The home becomes an unhappy place for the rest of the family

There will be too much medical / hospital expenses.  

It is just NOT worth the risk.  

Drugs used in IVF for older women increase their risk of having a baby with Down's syndrome— this is a deeply guarded secret of the IVF money spinning industry.   

Nobody other than Capt Ajit Vadakayil will tell you this.

Drugs used to kick-start ovaries for IVF in older women disturb the genetic material of the eggs.    


Fertility drugs work by increasing the levels of certain hormones in your body, helping to mature and release one or more eggs each month (ovulation).

IVF process involves removing an egg from a woman’s ovaries and fertilising them using sperm in a laboratory.  The fertilised egg, also known as an embryo, is transferred back into a woman’s womb to grow.

As a woman’s eggs age, there is a higher risk of the chromosomes dividing incorrectly. Therefore the risk of Down syndrome increases with a woman’s age.

There is no evidence of a man with Down syndrome ever fathering a child. The blood lineage ends there .

Down syndrome is not an illness or disease to be prevented but instead, an unexplained error in replicating DNA, genes, and chromosomes at the earliest stages of embryo development.

There is a 100% relationship between the age of the mother and the risk of having a child with Down syndrome. 

In every cell in the human body there is a nucleus, where genetic material is stored in genes. Genes carry the codes responsible for all of our inherited traits and are grouped along rod-like structures called chromosomes. 

Typically, the nucleus of each cell contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, half of which are inherited from each parent. Down syndrome occurs when an individual has a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21.



The most common form of Down syndrome is known as trisomy 21, a condition where individuals have 47 chromosomes in each cell instead of 46.   Trisomy 21 is caused by an error in cell division called nondisjunction. This leaves a sperm or egg cell with an extra copy of chromosome 21 before or at conception.

Down syndrome is usually caused by an error in cell division called “nondisjunction.” 

Nondisjunction results in an embryo with three copies of chromosome 21 instead of the usual two. Prior to or at conception, a pair of 21st chromosomes in either the sperm or the egg fails to separate.


Aneuploidy is the presence of an abnormal number of chromosomes in a cell, for example a human cell having 45 or 47 chromosomes instead of the usual 46. It does not include a difference of one or more complete sets of chromosomes. A cell with the correct number of chromosomes is called a euploid cell.

In most cases Down Syndrome is caused by a random error in cell division that happens during formation of the mother’s egg or father’s sperm. Because of this error, when fertilization does take place, the embryo has an additional third chromosome 21 or “trisomy 21.”


Every cell of our bodies contains 21 pairs of chromosomes. One chromosome from each pair must come from our father and one chromosome must be from our mother. These chromosomes carry thousands of genes in DNA which contain all our genetic information

Down syndrome occurs when an individual has an imbalance of this genetic material because of the presence of an extra chromosome in the number 21 pair. This imbalance occurs at the time of conception, when the egg is fertilised by the sperm to form the embryo.   

The extra chromosome 21 comes either from the egg or the sperm so that the embryo formed has now 3 copies of Chromosome 21 instead of two. Hence the other name for Down syndrome is Trisomy 21.

The vast majority of cases (about 90%) of Down syndrome are due to a problem with the egg. A small percentage of all eggs (and sperm) have abnormal chromosome arrangements. 

As a woman ages, the proportion of eggs with abnormal chromosomes (compared to normal eggs) increases, so the risk of Down syndrome increases with age.

Normal cells contain 46 chromosomes arranged in 22 pairs plus the sex chromosomes X and Y. Sometimes, errors occur in the egg or sperm that result in an extra or missing chromosome in the embryo. Having an extra chromosome is known as trisomy.. Having a missing chromosome is termed monosomy.

Down’s syndrome occurs when the embryo receives three copies of chromosome 21 from the male partner and one copy from the female partner


Human beings have a total of forty-six chromosomes. Forty-four of these are called autosomes and are present in both sexes. The final pair is called the sex chromosomes (X and Y).





If an embryo has too few or too many chromosomes, it is not able to survive and make a live birth . Exceptions do exist, including Down's syndrome (Trisomy 21, which is three copies of the 21st chromosome).  

Other exceptions are Trisomy 13 and 18 ( 3 copies of chromosome 13 and 18 respectively), where despite being live born, these offspring rarely survive more than a few months due to severe birth defects... 

Trisomy 18 or trisomy 13 simply means the child has three copies of the #18 chromosome (or of the #13 chromosome) present in each cell of the body, rather than the usual pair.




CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL IS THE ONLY PERSON ON THIS PLANET TO CALL  "WORLDs MOST EVIL MAN "  POL POT --   A HERO !   

PEOPLE ARE SICK AND TIRED OF  ENDLESS KOSHER LIES.    

THEY WANT OUT ..  

THIS IS WHY CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL IS NO 1 ON SOCIAL MEDIA ON THIS PLANET-- HE OCCUPIES THE SPACE FROM NO 1 -- TO -- NO 1000.  






Humans normally have 46 chromosomes in each cell, divided into 23 pairs. Two copies of chromosome 21, one copy inherited from each parent, form one of the pairs. 



Chromosome 21 is the smallest human chromosome, spanning about 48 million base pairs (the building blocks of DNA) and representing 1.5 to 2 percent of the total DNA in cells. 

Chromosome 21 likely contains 200 to 300 genes that provide instructions for making proteins. These proteins perform a variety of different roles in the body.

Normally in reproduction, the egg cell of the mother and the sperm cell of the father start out with the usual number of 46 chromosomes.  



The egg and sperm cells both undergo a cell division in which the 46 chromosomes are divided in half, so that both the egg and the sperm cells will have 23 chromosomes each.  

When a sperm with 23 chromosomes fertilizes an egg with 23 chromosomes, the baby will have a complete set of 46 chromosomes, half from the father and half from the mother.






Sometimes, an error occurs when the 46 chromosomes are being divided in half, and an egg or sperm cell keeps both copies of the #21 chromosome instead of just one copy.  

If this egg or sperm is fertilized, then the baby will have three copies of the #21 chromosome, which is called trisomy 21, or Down syndrome.   The features of Down syndrome are caused by that extra copy of chromosome #21 being in every cell in the body.

Again, ( I have to explain lucidly for the LCD ) --Normally, the human body has 23 pairs of chromosomes (called autosomes) and two sex chromosomes (allosomes). At conception, a new cell is formed that receives one copy of each chromosome from the sperm and one copy from the egg.

 The new cell divides and multiplies to form an embryo and ultimately a fetus and new human. Each cell contains the exact same genetic material as the original 48 chromosomes, carrying the same genes and DNA.


In patients with Down syndrome, an error occurs in the coming together of chromosome 21. The extra genetic material is responsible for the developmental abnormalities that occur. Instead of 46 chromosomes plus two sex chromosomes, there are 47.
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Trisomy 21 (also known by the karyotype 47,XX,+21 for females and 47,XY,+21 for males)is caused by a failure of the 21st chromosome to separate during egg or sperm development.  

As a result, a sperm or egg cell is produced with an extra copy of chromosome 21; this cell thus has 24 chromosomes.   When combined with a normal cell from the other parent, the baby has 47 chromosomes, with three copies of chromosome 21.

About 88% of cases of trisomy 21 result from nonseparation of the chromosomes in the mother, 8% from nonseparation in the father, and 3% after the egg and sperm have merged.

IF THE LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATION IS STILL IN FOG -- BETTER BE IN FUCKIN' FOG


WE ASK THE MODI GOVT TO PASS A LAW THAT ALL WOMEN WHO CONCEIVE AFTER THE AGE OF 32 MUST COMPULSORILY UNDERGO DOWN SYNDROME CHECKS .   


THE COST OF NIPT (noninvasive prenatal testing)  MUST BE NOMINAL IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS AND FREE IN GOVT HOSPITALS..    

TODAY WE FLY SAMPLES ABROAD -- WHY ?  

MODI HEALTH CARE IS USELESS WITHOUT THIS.


Mother’s age/  Chances of having child with Down syndrome
20/       1 in 1,600
25/       1 in 1,300
30/       1 in 1,000
35/       1 in 350
40/       1 in 80
45/       1 in 25


About 98% of babies who have trisomic conditions will be detected by NIPT testing.    

False positives are very few, about 1 in 300, and may be due to a vanishing twin syndrome (  cannibalizing ) if done very early in pregnancy





In I.V.F., a woman is given ovulation-induction hormones to produce multiple eggs, which are retrieved, fertilized with her partner's sperm and transferred back to her uterus.   

The more embryos transferred, the higher the likelihood of multiples.. 

 In aged women they put three ( out of nine collected ).-- rest 6 embryos are kept frozen




Below: This stupid female Nadya Suleman had 12 embryos inserted-- and gave birth to 8 babies . 

God does NOT support this --and hence the babies will be poor quality !



The parents of the affected individual are typically genetically normal.

Down syndrome is a lifelong condition.

REMEMBER , IF YOU DOWN SYNDROME CHILD HAS A PROBLEM , AND IF YOU DON’T SEEK PROMPT MEDICAL HELP ( EVEN IF IT CLEANS OUT YOUR BANK BALANCE AND PUTS YOU IN ETERNAL DEBT ) YOU GO TO JAIL IN PLACES LIKE USA

HERE IS A CASE OF AN INDIAN COUPLE SENTENCED TO LONG TERM  JAIL IN AUSTRALIA


Characteristics /  Percentage   
Mental impairment      99%     Abnormal teeth           60%
Stunted growth           90%     Slanted eyes    60%
Umbilical hernia          90%     Shortened hands         60%
Increased skin back of neck    80%     Short neck       60%
Low muscle tone         80%     Obstructive sleep apnea          60%
Narrow roof of mouth            76%     Bent fifth finger tip    57%
Flat head         75%     Brushfield spots in the iris      56%
Flexible ligaments       75%     Single transverse palmar crease           53%
Proportionally large tongue     75%     Protruding tongue       47%
Abnormal outer ears    70%     Congenital heart disease         40%
Flattened nose 68%     Strabismus       ~35%
Separation of first and second toes    68%     Undescended testicles            20%

Some common physical signs of Down syndrome include:--
Flat face with an upward slant to the eyes
Short neck
Abnormally shaped ears ( floppy in top )
Small head
Deep crease in the palm of the hand with relatively short fingers
White spots in the iris of the eye
Poor muscle tone, loose ligaments, excessive flexibility
Small hands and feet

There are a variety of health conditions frequently found in those with Down syndrome which include:--

Congenital heart disease
Hearing problems
Intestinal problems, such as blocked small bowel or esophagus
Celiac disease
Eye problems, such as cataracts
Thyroid dysfunctions
Skeletal problems
Dementia – similar to Alzheimer’s


Better to explain in prose--

Infectious diseases – because of abnormalities to their immune systems, children may contract more infectious diseases such as pneumonia

A child with Down syndrome may have eyes that slant upward and small ears that may fold over slightly at the top.

The child's mouth may be small, making the tongue appear large. The child's nose also may be small, with a flattened nasal bridge.

Some babies with Down syndrome have a short neck and small hands with short fingers. Rather than having three "creases" in the palm of the hand, a child with Down syndrome usually has one single crease that goes straight across the palm, and a second crease that curves down by the thumb.

Below: Check out the furrow between the big toe and the second toe


The child or adult with Down syndrome is often short and has unusual looseness of the joints. Most children with Down syndrome will have some, but not all, of these features.

About half of babies with Down syndrome have heart defects

Some babies with Down syndrome are born with intestinal malformations that require surgery.

Children with Down syndrome are at increased risk for visual impairment. Common visual problems include crossed eyes, near- or farsightedness, and cataracts.

Children with Down syndrome may have hearing loss because of fluid in the middle ear, a nerve defect, or both. All children with Down syndrome should have regular vision and hearing examinations so any problems can be treated before they hinder development of language and other skills.

Children with Down syndrome are at increased risk for thyroid problems and leukemia. They also tend to have many colds, as well as bronchitis and pneumonia. Children with Down syndrome should receive regular medical care, including childhood immunizations

The degree of intellectual disability that accompanies Down syndrome varies widely. It ranges from mild to moderate to severe. However, most intellectual disability falls within the mild to moderate range. There is no way to predict the mental development of a child with Down syndrome based on their physical features.

Children with Down syndrome can usually do most things that any young child can do, such as walking, talking, dressing, and being toilet trained. However, they generally do these things later than other children

There may also be a wide space between the big toe and second toe, and a deep crease on the sole of the foot where this space is

Down Syndrome have eyes that turn upward (almond-shaped) People with Down Syndrome tend to have smaller ears that are set lower on the head. Some may have ears whose tops fold over slightly

People with Down syndrome tend to have certain physical features in common. For example, they often have flat noses and small ears.

Their mental abilities will vary, but most have mild to moderate issues with thinking, reasoning, and understanding. They’ll learn and pick up new skills their whole lives, but may take longer to reach important goals like walking, talking, and developing social skills.

Common conditions include heart problems and trouble hearing and seeing.

Congential heart disease may affect up to 50% of patients. Most commonly found are endocardial cushion defects (also known as atrial septal defects) and ventricular septal defects. Both are “holes” in the walls that connect the upper (atrium) and lower (ventricle) chambers of the heart.


There can be many abnormalities of the gastrointestinal tract, including duodenal atresia (failure for the first part of the small intestine to fully develop), imperforate anus, and Hirschsprung's disease where the nerves to the anus fail to develop appropriately. 

Gastroesophageal reflux is common and may lead to aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs leading to recurrent pneumonia. Celiac disease is common in Down syndrome.

Common eye problems include near sightedness, astigmatism, and strabismus (imbalanced eye muscles). Cataracts can develop in utero and lead to blindness. Glaucoma, which causes increased eye pressure, is also seen. Tear ducts may be blocked leading to recurrent eye infections.


Because of the abnormal facial anatomy, recurrent ear infections are common and can lead to deafness. As well, the large tongue and small mouth are potential risk factors for developing sleep apnea. 

Patients with Down syndrome are more prone to autoimmune diseases including hypothyroidism, diabetes, and celiac disease. Children are more prone to infections. Patients with Down syndrome have a higher risk to develop leukemia.

There is increased risk for cervical spine instability, especially at the atlanto-axial junction, the joint that connects the first and second vertebrae in the neck. This can potentially be dangerous should there be subluxation or excessive movement that can damage the spinal cord.

Down syndrome patients tend to age more quickly and are prone to developing Alzheimer's disease, often as young as age 40. Those patients who maintain their mental capacity tend to have a longer life span. 

A poorer prognosis is found in those patients who develop dementia, lose their ability to perform daily physical activities, and those who have decreased vision.

A single deep simian crease across the center of the palm





The average IQ of a young adult with Down syndrome is 50, equivalent to the mental ability of an 8- or 9-year-old child, but this can vary widely.

In children with Down syndrome, mental illness occurs in nearly 30% with autism occurring in 5–10%.

There is increased risk of epileptic seizures, which occur in 10% of children and up to 50% of adults. Many (15%) who live 40 years or longer develop Alzheimer disease.

Hearing and vision disorders occur in more than half of people with Down syndrome. Vision problems occur in 50 to 80%.  Between 30 and 50% have strabismus, in which the two eyes do not move together Cataracts (cloudiness of the lens of the eye) occur in 15%, and may be present at birth. 

Keratoconus (a thin, cone-shaped cornea) and glaucoma (increased eye pressure) are also more common, as are refractive errors requiring glasses or contacts. 

Brushfield spots (small white or grayish/brown spots on the outer part of the iris) are present in 45 to 85% of individuals.

 Ear infections often begin in the first year of life and are partly due to poor eustachian tube function. Excessive ear wax can also cause hearing loss due to obstruction of the outer ear canal. Even a mild degree of hearing loss can have negative consequences for speech, language understanding, and academics.

The rate of congenital heart disease in newborns with Down syndrome is around 40%. Of those with heart disease, about 80% have an atrioventricular septal defect or ventricular septal defect with the former being more common. Mitral valve problems become common as people age, even in those without heart problems at birth.

Cancers of the blood are 15 times more common in children with Down syndrome. 

Problems of the thyroid gland occur in 40–50% of individuals with Down syndrome. Low thyroid is the most common form, occurring in almost half of all individuals. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is  more common.

Constipation occurs in nearly half of people with Down syndrome and may result in changes in behavior. Some have imperforate anus.  Imperforate anus is a defect that is present from birth (congenital). The opening to the anus is missing or blocked.

They have a weakened immune system. The weakened immune system also contributes to increased incidence of yeast infections in the mouth (from Candida albicans)



Down syndrome is not a condition that can be cured. 

It is not  one that runs in families. 




WHEN THE BABY IN THE WOMB IS MALFORMED , GOD ENSURES MISCARRIAGE

BUT IN THE CASE OF IVF INDUCED PREGNANCY THE CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME IS BORN
THIS PLANET IS BEING FLOODED WITH DOWN SYNDROME BABIES.  

DOCTORS AND EVIL PHARMA ARE LAUGHING ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK


THIS IS WHY NIPT TESTS MUST BE FREE FOR AGED WOMEN GOING FOR IVF

NIPT was first introduced clinically in 2011, and has become immensely popular, as it is much less invasive in some cases, and more sensitive and specific than currently available tests for prenatal diagnosis.

The NIPT (noninvasive prenatal testing) is a genetic test performed on pregnant women, in order to detect fetal chromosomal aneuploidies. 

It is based upon the testing of cell-free fetal DNA (cf-fDNA) separated from the blood of the mother. It requires only a simple blood draw and is associated with no serious complications, like other blood tests.

Fetal DNA fragments leak into maternal circulation in small amounts during pregnancy from the amniotic fluid. This can be analyzed, and all the adjoining sequences linked up, to map them to the individual chromosomes.

Recently developed techniques such as shotgun massively parallel sequencing (MPS), especially if designed to target the chromosomes of interest, such as 21 or 18, make it easy, fast and inexpensive to sequence and compare fetal and maternal DNA in these specified chromosomal regions.

This helps identify excessive material in the fetal chromosomes and quantify it, to give the risk of aneuploidy. In other words, having more of chromosome 21 material than expected signals that the fetus has an extra 21st chromosome.


This test can be done by about 10 weeks of gestation, and is highly specific for the current pregnancy because it is cleared within an hour by the woman’s body. This means that no cell-free fetal DNA can be found more than an hour after delivery of the fetus.

NIPT test  uses amazing technology to isolate fetal DNA from the mother’s blood and test this for down syndrome. This test is highly accurate and it can be performed as early as 9 weeks into the pregnancy.

NIPT has a high accuracy of over 98% in detecting a fetus with Down syndrome.  Fetal sex and paternity is also detectable at an early stage of pregnancy. 

The test results may be one of three types:--
Positive, which means the child will almost certainly have Down syndrome; invasive testing is offered to confirm this.

Negative, which is interpreted to mean the fetus is very unlikely to have Down syndrome


Inconclusive, which means no conclusions could be drawn because there was too little cf-fDNA to be tested. The NIPT test may be repeated a little later, when more cf-fDNA is likely to be present. This makes up about 4% of cases.


Also known as cell-free DNA screening, non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is a blood test that looks at the DNA in your baby’s placenta to determine if there is an increased risk of you giving birth to a child with a genetic disorder. 

The advantage of NIPT over other tests is that it can be done early during pregnancy and is accurate compared to other screening tests. It is also more sensitive and specific than quite a few other first and second trimester screenings.

NIPT is helpful in detecting Down’s Syndrome, Edward’s Syndrome, and Patau Syndrome, also known as Trisomy 21, Trisomy 18, and Trisomy 13, respectively. It can also pinpoint the baby’s gender and Rh blood type.


This test is done when you are ten weeks pregnant or later and the results are known in about two weeks.  In Indian we don’t have too many facilities and usually the samples go abroad.. It is not recommended for cases where fetal anomalies can be spotted on an ultrasound or for genetic anomalies that will not be detected by NIPT.


In both these tests, a sample of maternal blood is taken for analysis. While NIPT looks at the cell-free DNA in the mother’s blood, the combined and quadruple test check’s the mother’s hormone levels. Given its accuracy rates, NIPT is considered a better tool for evaluating the chances of the baby having Down’s syndrome 



Causes of False Positives:
This might happen due to ‘vanishing twin syndrome’, and a scan can help determine if this is the case. A false positive might also be due to some problem present in the mother rather than the baby or caused by the presence of an abnormal cell line in the placenta but not in the baby.

Causes of False Negatives:
If the amount of foetal DNA present in the sample is too little, it can result in a false negative. An abnormal cell line that is present only in the baby, not in the placenta, can result in a false negative. Technical issues can also give a false negative.

Also, when the mother is carrying twins or multiples, the result of NIPT may not be clear cut because it can be difficult to know which of the foetuses is affected without an individual amniocentesis for each.

Only about 4 % of all NIPT tests turn out to be inconclusive. This might happen when there is a low amount of foetal DNA present in the sample. The NIPT might have to be repeated.




The Harmony test, like other NIPT products on the market, is a screening test, not a diagnostic one.

The Harmony test, is a blood test for pregnant women. It can be done as early as week 10 of your pregnancy. It picks up a marker of the baby’s DNA in maternal blood. That reading, based on cell-free genetic analysis, can give a probability score (not a diagnosis) for at least three chromosomal anomalies in the baby’s genes.

The Harmony test is more than 99% predictive of the risk of Down’s syndrome (trisomy 21). It’s also more than 98% predictive of the risk of Edwards’ syndrome (trisomy 18) and 80% predictive of the risk of Patau’s syndrome (trisomy 13).

High-risk patients then need to have a CVS or amniocentesis, both highly invasive tests, to confirm the diagnosis. 1 in 100 of them will miscarry the baby as a result of either test.


Little wonder that non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), of which the Harmony test is one of several products, came along. It’s expensive:. A low-risk score means you won’t have to undergo that stressful and risky invasive testing. NIPT can also tell you if you’re having a boy or a girl. 


NIPT is based on looking at genetic material that comes directly from the baby. During pregnancy, some of the baby’s DNA crosses into the mother’s blood stream. DNA carries genetic information on chromosomes. 

The DNA mainly comes from cells shed from the placenta which, as the placenta is formed from the same original cells as the baby, is the same as the baby’s DNA. This DNA is called “Free Fetal DNA (fFDNA)”. Free fetal DNA can be isolated from the mothers blood by the ninth week of pregnancy.

NIPT a very good screening test but it is not 100%. This means that if the test result is “high risk” it still needs to be checked using an invasive test (either CVS or amniocentesis).

If the NIPT blood test is taken at 11weeks, the result is usually available in 3-5 days which is in time for CVS to be performed at 12-13 weeks if needed.

The system of traditional first-trimester screening (the nuchal fold and blood screen) has always had its flaws. What the new NIPT screening process has done is highlight those flaws and exacerbate them.

The only way to be certain that a baby does or does not have Down syndrome is to check the genetic information within cells from the baby or the placenta.

When screening tests predict a high risk of Down syndrome, a more invasive diagnostic test (amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling) is needed to confirm the diagnosis.

Currently the most accurate way to do this is by either an amniocentesis, which is when a needle is used to collect some amniotic fluid from around the baby (which has fetal cells floating in it), or by a chorionic villous sampling ( CVS) when the needle collects some placental tissue (which develops from the same cells as the baby).

Because these tests both involve passing a needle into the uterus they are commonly called “invasive tests”.

Again, both tests involve passing a needle through your abdomen into the uterus.  They are invasive tests and involve extracting cells from the fetus and analyzing them under a microscope

 Although uncomfortable, most women do not find them more uncomfortable than a blood test.

Then geneticists can determine whether the fetus has too few or too many chromosomes present, or if the chromosomes are damaged and could result in a genetic problem. 

The test performed on CVS or amniocentesis examine all the baby’s chromosomes at a microscopic level. It will confirm if Down syndrome is present (or not) very accurately. Because all the chromosomes are checked, sometimes other unexpected results are found as well.

The most important risk associated with CVS and amniocentesis is the risk of pregnancy loss (miscarriage). This is reported to occur approximately once in every 150 to 200 procedures, and is roughly the same for both CVS and amniocentesis. 

The most usual way for pregnancy loss to occur is after rupture of the membranes or infection. It is important to be aware that pregnancy loss can occur even if the procedure appears to have been uncomplicated.

Amniocentesis is considered the gold standard for prenatal genetic testing..   Amniocentesis is performed from 16 weeks and involves taking a sample of the amniotic fluid.

How it's done: A long, thin needle is inserted into the mother's abdomen to obtain a sample of the amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus.  The amniotic fluid contains cells from the fetus with genetic information about the unborn child.

The fetus' chromosomes can be analyzed, looking for trisomy 21. 

Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) – is performed between 11-14 weeks . CVS  diagnostic test involves taking a small sample of cells from the placenta for fetal chromosome analysis

Placental tissue contains the same genetic material as the fetus and can be checked for chromosomal abnormalities and other genetic disorders. However, CVS cannot identify neural tube defects, such as spina bifida, which can be detected by amniocentesis.


Depending upon where the placenta is located and using ultrasound for guidance, a small tube is inserted through either the mother's abdomen or her vagina and a small tissue sample is withdrawn from the placenta.

CVS has a slightly higher risk of miscarriage than amniocentesis. CVS has a 1 percent risk of miscarriage

Again,  CVS is done between 11-14 weeks and amniocentesis is done from 15-16 weeks of pregnancy.   While these tests will give definite answers, they carry with them a small risk of complication, including miscarriage, of approximately 1 in 150- 200.


Screening tests evaluate the degree of risk, or chance, that the fetus may potentially have certain common birth defects.   But they cannot tell with certainty if the baby actually has the problem

First trimester screening tests are usually done between the 10th and 13th weeks of pregnancy. One common screening test measures the level of certain substances in the mother's blood to assess the risk for Down syndrome and other chromosomal problems.

 Another first trimester screening test, known as "nuchal translucency," uses ultrasound to examine the area at the back of the fetus's neck for increased fluid or thickening, which may indicate a potential risk for Down syndrome.

The Combined First Trimester Screening Test (CFTS) is made up of a blood test, an ultrasound and the egg age. The blood test measures the hormones PAPP-A and HCG. It needs to be done between 9 and 12 weeks (10 weeks is the best time).

The ultrasound measures the length of the baby, the back of the baby’s neck (nuchal translucency), the nasal bone and the blood flow in baby’s blood vessels. It needs to be done between 11+3 weeks and 13+6 weeks.

The egg age is usually the mothers age unless the pregnancy is following IVF. The blood test results are held in the lab until the scan is completed, and then the results are combined, so you receive one result only.

The CFTS puts information from your pregnancy into a mathematical formula : Down syndrome risk = blood hormones( 10 weeks) + ultrasound ( 12 weeks) + egg age

Your test result is compared to that expected in a normal pregnancy and in a Down syndrome pregnancy and then your baby is characterized as either more likely to be a normal or more likely to have Down syndrome.

The result is given as a “risk ”number. By convention, any result that is “worse” than 1 in 300 is classified as “high risk” (eg 1 in 100, 1 in 50, etc) and any result that is “better” than 1 in 300 is classified as “low risk (eg 1 in 500, 1 in 1,000 etc)”. 

95% of women having CFTS will be given a “low risk” result and while the risk of having a baby affected by Down syndrome is very low, it is never zero, and very rarely a baby will be born with Down syndrome following a “low risk” result.

About 4-5% of women screened with the CFTS will be given a “high risk” result but most of those women will in fact not have a baby with Down syndrome.

Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) allows us to determine, at the embryo stage, how many chromosomes are present and therefore whether the embryo has the potential to make a live birth. 

This technology allows us to identify embryos that may be able to establish a pregnancy, such as Trisomy 16 or Trisomy 22, however, but have a 0% chance of making a live birth and will always result in miscarriage.

CCS is extremely useful for couples that are at risk of chromosomal problems. The broadest category would be older parents,. It is very clear that older women (and this applies to older men as well although at a lower rate) are at an increased risk for miscarriages and Down's syndrome. CCS allows us to identify which embryos are chromosomally abnormal.

CCS allows us to exclude abnormal embryos that have no chance of making a healthy baby. This will reduce the number of embryo transfers necessary to find the “right embryo.” In this fashion, it will increase the efficiency of the process and the success of in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Also, since we have ruled out the abnormal embryos, the embryos which CCS has shown to have a normal number of chromosomes are far more likely to implant. Therefore we can remain conservative, and transfer just one embryo at a time, thereby eliminating the risk of a multiple pregnancy.


A screening test will help identify the possibility of Down syndrome. Screening tests do not provide conclusive answers, but rather, they provide an indication of the likelihood of the baby having Down syndrome. An abnormal test result does not mean that your baby has Down syndrome.


WE ASK MODI GOVT

DO A FRESH CENSUS OF DOWN SYNDROME PATIENTS IN INDIA USING AADHAR CARD TRACKING SYSTEM

WE DON’T WANT BHARATMATA TO GO DOWN THIS EVIL PHARMA SPONSORED ROAD

THE CENSUS MUST HOLD INFORMATION AS TO WHAT AGE THE MOTHER CONCEIVED AND THE NAME OF THE DOCTOR/ HOSPITAL/ LAB  WHO ALLOWED THE PREGNANCY TO FRUCTIFY


MIND YOU , WE MUST HAVE CHECKS AND BALANCES






It is possible to avoid conceiving a child with potentially debilitating genetic diseases by opting for preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) before the embryo is implanted.


 Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) are extra stages of the procedure that patients are able to opt for if they are worried that there may be factors that might prevent them from conceiving without complications.  It must be made compulsory for women above 34 years of age going for IVF.

PGS and PGD are additional services will offer peace of mind to those wanting to rule out problems. Both processes are carried out on fertilised eggs, or “pre-embryos”.

PGS accuracy is approximately 98-99% however ante- natal screening may be recommended in addition.


There is a slight difference between PGS and PGD:   PGS screens for any chromosomal abnormalities that may be present, while PGD looks out for something specific. If one or both of the parents are at risk of a particular chromosomal abnormality, PGD may be the right choice.


Among the best known chromosomal abnormalities that may be identified by combining PGS and IVF are Down’s syndrome, muscular dystrophy and Huntington’s disease, though this is not a definitive list.. .



In both PGS and PGD procedures, eggs are harvested from the female patient and fertilised. Otherwise, the IVF procedure is exactly the same as usual. As the testing is carried out on the fertilised egg, neither PGS nor PGD are painful.. 

Over the previous decade preimplantation genetic screening has become increasingly comprehensive, from being able to inspect just 9 chromosomal pairs in 2006 to being able to investigate all 23 pairs in 2018.



PGS works by looking at the amount of genetic material within IVF embryos. This genetic material is housed within structures called chromosomes. Chromosomes are very important for healthy growth and development. 

PGS identifies embryos with the correct number of chromosomes, so your care team can select the embryo with the best chance of leading to IVF success. or each embryo tested, PGS results will fall into one of three categories: euploid, aneuploid, or mosaic. This information can help your care team select the best embryo for transfer.

Embryos are produced through an IVF cycle. A few cells are carefully removed from the part of the embryo that will form the placenta. Samples are sent to the laboratory while your embryos remain safe at your IVF center. 

Genomics Labs uses cutting-edge technology to analyze the genetic material present within each embryo. Embryos most likely to result in success are selected for transfer or can be frozen for future use.

All women are at risk of producing chromosomally abnormal embryos. As a woman ages, the potential for chromosomally abnormal embryos significantly increases, regardless of the number of embryos produced.


PGS can help women of all ages increase their chances of a successful pregnancy.




Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is a test that determines if an embryo has a normal number of chromosomes (euploid) or an abnormal number of chromosomes (aneuploid). 

This test allows us to select only chromosomally normal embryos for transfer; however, transferring a ‘normal’ embryo does not guarantee a pregnancy, nor does it guarantee a healthy baby should a pregnancy make it to term. 

The purpose of PGS is to exclude chromosomally abnormal embryos from the transfer process.


WE MUST MAKE PGS FREE IN INDIA FOR WOMEN OVER THE AGE OF 34.



Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a test that determines if an embryo carries a specific gene that is associated with a particular disease.. Both PGS and PGD require an embryo biopsy to obtain a sample for testing. 

This is achieved by lasering a small hole in the outer layer of the embryo and removing a few cells from the embryo.








WHITE HOMOSEXUALS DISCARD THEIR MALFORMED IVF SURROGATE BABIES IN INDIA AND RUN AWAY.   THE MODI GOVT HAS BEEN SPONSORING THIS CRIME  WITH FREE VISA ON ARRIVAL.


WE KNOW WHY MODI CHOSE JP NADDA AS HIS HEALTH MINISTER..    

LET IT BE ON RECORD THAT EVERY COMMENT FROM THIS BLOGSITE HAS BEEN IGNORED BY THIS FELLOW


Commercial surrogacy in India was legalized in India in 2002. The availability of medical infrastructure and CHEAP potential surrogates, combined with international demand, has fueled the growth of the industry

The clandestine surrogacy business is more than one billion USD a year with more than 4,000 fertility clinics across India

A soon as the child is born the vulnerable Indian surrogate mother is discarded—she is not even paid her fees.  Many surrogate women die, but there is a mafia hushing this up with bribes to politicians

More than 40,000 children are now being born through surrogates in India every year in an industry worth in excess of 3 billion USD..   

Domestic demand is increasing, but as fertility levels drop elsewhere, at least 62% of these are "commissioned" by overseas, mainly western, couples

Most of the industry is operating unchecked. India's medical research watchdog drafted regulations more than two years ago, yet they still await presentation in parliament, leaving the surrogates and baby factories open to abuse


 India is a destination for clandestine surrogacy-related fertility tourism because of the DIRT CHEAP  cost and lack of rights for the surrogate mother . 

Including the costs of flight tickets, medical procedures, and hotels, it is less than 18% of the price compared with going through the procedure in the West.  

In the case of Balaz v. Union of India the Honorable Supreme Court of India has given the verdict that the citizenship of the child born through this process will have the citizenship of its surrogate mother.  

This made it easy for the white bastards to discard their malformed babies in India



Surrogacy is a method or agreement whereby a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for another person or persons, who will become the newborn child's parents after birth. If the surrogate receives money for the surrogacy the arrangement is considered commercial surrogacy; if she receives no compensation beyond reimbursement of medical and other reasonable expenses it is referred to as altruistic.
In August 2017 the Parliamentary Standing Committee submitted its 102nd report on the Surrogacy Regulation Bill, 2016.
One of the biggest and most prominent drawbacks is the contradiction in the Bill with respect to whether traditional surrogacy is allowed or gestational surrogacy. Traditional surrogacy is one where the egg of the surrogate mother and the intended father's sperm is used to conceive the child with the help of IVF technology. It is the most widely practised forms of surrogacy.
Gestational surrogacy – also referred to as "full surrogacy" – is the case where the egg and sperm are of the commissioning parents and the surrogate mother carries the fertilised egg of the intended parents.Thus, all of the genetic material involved originates either from the intended parents or donors.

The Surrogacy Regulation Bill, 2016, under Section 4 (iii) (b) (III) lays down: "No women shall act as a surrogate mother or help in surrogacy in any way, by providing gametes or by carrying the pregnancy, more than once in her lifetime."
The object of the Bill is to prevent exploitation, however, this very basic provision if not rectified can lead to the opening of a Pandora's box, especially since the current Bill provides that surrogacy can only be performed by a "close relative". The emotional stress and complications of having a close relative as a surrogate, on the life of the surrogate child, surrogate mother and the commissioning parents, is immeasurable.

Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016

Some of the salient features of the proposed Bill are:

Complete ban on commercial surrogacy, only altruistic surrogacy will be legal. The Act defines altruistic surrogacy as: “altruistic surrogacy means the surrogacy in which no charges, expenses, fees, remuneration or monetary incentive of whatever nature, except the medical expenses incurred on surrogate mother and the insurance coverage for the surrogate mother, are given to the surrogate mother or her dependents or her representative.”

Only “infertile couples” married for at least five years can opt for having a child through a surrogate mother, the couple must be Indian citizens and should not have any child—biological or adopted—at the time of applying for surrogacy.

Only a close relative of the couple can act as a surrogate.

The surrogate mother must have an eligibility certificate issued by an appropriate authority, she must be married and have a child of her own and be aged between 25 to 35 years on the day of implantation.

Setting up of a National Surrogacy Board at the central level along with State Surrogacy Boards in states and Union Territories. The National Surrogacy Board will advise the central government on policy matters relating to surrogacy, review and monitor the implementation of the Act, lay down a code of conduct to be observed by persons working at surrogacy clinics, set minimum standards of physical infrastructure, laboratory and diagnostic equipment and expert manpower to be employed by the surrogacy clinics, and so on.
Stringent penalties prescribed

Offences and penalties under the Act:

Commercial surrogacy, publicising commercial surrogacy or aiding buying or selling of human embryo or gametes will be punishable with imprisonment for a minimum term of 10 years and with fine of up to Rs 10 lakh.

Registered medical practitioners, gynaecologists, paediatricians or surrogacy clinic owners who contravene any provision of the Act shall be punishable with imprisonment of up to five years and with fine of up to Rs 10 lakh. In case of subsequent or continuation of the offence, the medical practitioner’s registration can be suspended for a period of five years.

An intending couple who seeks the aid of any surrogacy clinic or registered medical practitioner for commercial surrogacy shall be punishable with imprisonment of five years and with a fine of Rs 5 lakh for the first offence; for subsequent offence the imprisonment may extend to 10 years and fine to Rs 10 lakh.

Every offence under the Act shall be cognisable, non-bailable and non-compoundable.


Below:     White homosexuals come to India , jerk off into a petri dish ( hand job done by ward boy ) and then ( later ) takes the baby away only if it is healthy and good looking



 WE THE PEOPLE WILL NOT ALLOW WESTERN HOMOSEXUALS COMING TO INDIA FOR SURROGACY.. 

IT IS STILL HAPPENING IN A CLANDESTINE MANNER



Below: Japanese gays are 100% pedophiles 









Hi Captain,

Can pregnant women take coconut water regularly on a daily basis after conceiving?


Regards,
Santhosh.




  1. YES -- BEST DRINK FOR PREGNANT WOMEN !

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/02/quantum-drink-coconut-water-capt-ajit.html

    For preventing dehydration, vomiting, constipation, and infections coconut water is the best choice to opt for. There are NO germs in coconut water.

    Coconut water prevents urinary tract infections, therefore lowering the chances of preterm labor. It has no artificial flavors or harmful components. It, enhances the health, growth, and proper nourishment of the unborn baby.

    Pregnant women would drink the water within 2 minutes after the coconut is broken.

    EVEN ORDINRY PEOPLE IN CITIES HAVE STOPPED DRINKING COKE/ PEPSI AND ARE DRINKING COCONUT WATER THOUGH MORE EXPENSIVE

    PREGNANT WOMEN WILL HAVE HEALTHY INTELLIGENT BABIES IF THEY CONSUME VIRGIN COCONUT OIL..

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/08/coconut-oil-is-good-for-cooking-ignore.html


    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..



All women who might become pregnant should consume folic acid supplements to help prevent neural tube defects in babies,  and  reduce the risk of Down syndrome.

The following foods can help you obtain your recommended amount of folic acid:--
Leafy green vegetables,  such as spinach.
Citrus fruits, such as orange juice.
Beans.
Papaya  ( NOT GM )
Brocolli
Lentils ( NOT GM )
Corn ( NOT GM )
Cereals.
Rice. ( GM RICE GIVES NO PROTECTION )

Also known as vitamin B9, folic acid helps the body perform many essential functions, including nucleotide biosynthesis in cells, DNA synthesis and repair, red blood cell creation, and prevention of anemia.

 Folic acid also encourages normal fetal development. In fact, folic acid, calcium, and iron have long been considered the holy trinity of prenatal wellness.

 A deficiency of the vitamin in pregnant women can have significant negative effects on unborn children’s brain development.

There is a link between the Down syndrome and neural tube defects, and folic acid supplements may be an effective way to prevent both.


Hello sir , we had consucutive 3 miscarriage and at third , we done Cromosomal testing , it came as Triploidy , complete extra set 66 XX , i am diabetic but wife is healthy , my hba1c remains around 7 , so doc this time told to bring below 6.5. just done sperm test and it came good sperm count but below average 4% normal forms of sperms , kindly advice what i can eat to improve and what i can do to avoid miscarriage in future. i am vegetarian. PGS will be good option but its costly and i cant afford it. if there is any institute in India doing it less costly then good to know from you. .......while.. i follow and like your posts and salute to your knowledge and sharing it to world. (upset with your comments telling chitpawan are jues[may be true with ancient migration when geography was diff], but we never get money from Europe/Rotchild nor we ppl knew it, we are also true deskbhakta as you, we pray parshuram)




  1. I AM NOT BRANDING ANY RACE OR SECT AS TRAITORS..

    ALL I SPREAD IS THE TRUTH..

    WHILE DOING THIS SOME HEROES WILL COME CRASHING DOWN LIKE CHITPAVAN "BRAHMIN" TILAK--WHO GAVE AWAY OUR VEDAS TO THE WHITE BLONDE BLUE EYED MAN..

    I KNOW MORE ABOUT CIRCUMPOLAR BODIES THAN TILAK--AS I AM TRAINED IN IT..

    IF WE DONT KNOW THE TRUTH ( ROTHSCHILD RULED INDIA ) HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF

    WHEN I WROTE 8 YEARS AGO-THAT US MEDIA IS OWNED BY ROTHSCHILD --ALL LAUGHED

    DONT YOU SEE HOW TRUMP , THE MOST POWERFUL MAN ON THE PLANET- IS BEING ATTACKED BY XXX PORN STARS AND WHORES ?

    HOPE THIS BLOGPOSTS FORCES MODI TO MAKE PGS AND NIPT FREE --COVERED BY HEALTH INSURANCE
    THIS BLOGSITE WILL NOT ALLOW THE SPREAD OF DOWN SYNDROME AND HOMOSEXUALITY IN INDIA--COME WHAT MAY..

    HEALTH INSURANCE IS TO SUPPORT CHILDREN OF BHARATMATA --NOT TO MAKE KOSHER INSURANCE COMPANIES  ( POLITICAL DONORS ) RICH..

    THE BLOGSITE IS AN EARLY WARNING RADAR -- CONTROLLED BY A MAN OF PERCEPTION NAMED CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

    GOD BE WITH YOU

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


There is nothing the medical world can do to take away your child’s Down syndrome  -- they will have it for life.  

Once the doctor puts his hooks on you as a parent of a Down Syndrome child - he will bleed you of all your money.  


Diagnostic tests like NIPT are more expensive and have a degree of risk; screening tests are quick and easy to do. However, screening tests have a greater chance of being wrong; there are “false-positive” (test indicates the baby has the condition when the baby really does not) and “false-negatives” (baby has the condition but the test indicates they do not).






The terms PGD and PGS are now being replaced by new terminology in The International Glossary on Infertility and Fertility Care. The new name for all tests is Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT).   

The goal of PGT is to identify chromosomally normal embryos, so they can be transferred increasing the chance of pregnancy significantly. Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) involves screening cells from embryos for genetic diseases and chromosomal disorders. 

This testing is performed with in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and occurs prior to embryo transfer, before a pregnancy is established.. PGT is an extremely useful tool for couples in which one or both of the partners are carriers of an inherited genetic disorder.

 The results of the PGT procedure may show that all of the embryos are abnormal. In these circumstances, no embryos are transferred and the cycle is cancelled.




How does IVF work?

There are six main stages of IVF:--
Firstly the menstrual cycle will be suppressed with medication
You will be given further medication to encourage your ovaries to produce more eggs
Ultrasound scans will be given to check the development of your eggs and medication can be used to help the maturing process
The eggs will be collected by a needle being inserted into the ovaries via the vagina
Eggs are mixed with sperm for a few days so they can be fertilised
One or two of the fertilised embryos will be placed back into the womb. Women need to wait two weeks before taking a pregnancy test to see if the process has been successful.


The percentage of women who had IVF and later had a live birth were:--

32 per cent for women under 35
26 per cent for women aged 35-37
19 per cent for women aged 38-39
11 per cent for women aged 40-42
4 per cent for women aged 43-44
0.9 per cent for women aged over 44


Freezing eggs can preserve fertility by making sure healthy, younger eggs are available for IVF treatment when required.   

Multinational companies convince Chutney Mary career employees that they can freeze their ages at the age of 30 and have a healthy baby at the age of 40 by IVF –  this is wishful thinking.   


In a number of cases, women can end up having twins or triplets due to IVF, which can be dangerous for the mother and babies. Ectopic pregnancies can happen too, which is when the embryo develops in the fallopian tubes instead of the womb.


With the possible exception of IVF performed in older women (over age 35),  there is rarely a justification to transfer more than two embryos at a time.   Sometimes when you implant 5 embryos , a single cannibal embryo  ( vanishing twin syndrome ) becomes a left handed MEAN homosexual.





Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
June 25, 2017 at 6:03 PM

SOMEONE CALLED ME AND SAID –THE AYUSH MINISTRYs BOOKLET FOR PREGNANT WOMEN TOLD NOT TO HAVE LUST DURING PREGNANCY . THIS MEANS EVEN MASTURBATION WAS BANNED –LEAVE ALONE SEX

LISTEN-

THIS IS PART OF 6200 YEAR OLD AYURVEDA

NOW YOU ARE FORCING ME TO SAY MORE.

TESTOSTERONE AFFECTS THE WOMB.   THE FETUS BECOMES LEFT HANDED / HOMOSEXUAL – THE BABY WILL HAVE AUTO IMMUNE DISORDERS AND EVEN BE RETARDED.

Many white women have testosterone increasing medications during pregnancy to enjoy sex. This is a sin. Masturbation by pregnant women or casual sex during pregnancy increases testosterone levels. God made it so that testosterone levels must remain low during pregnancy.

Casual sex during pregnancy causes semen to invade the pregnant mother’s womb and affect genes PCSK6 and LRRTM1 – which causes twin babies , vanishing twin ( cannibalism – leaving a left handed homosexual baby or a mean criminal baby )

THIS IS NOW AN INCREASING PROBLEM WITH WHITE POPULATIONS

MOST LEFT HANDED INTELLECTUALS ON THE PLANET WERE KNOWLEDGE THIEVES –THEY BECAME FAMOUS BY DECEIT

Famous left-handed intellectuals include Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Benjamin Franklin.

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/01/isaac-newton-calculus-thief-capt-ajit.html
http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2014/08/yellapragada-subbarow-nobel-prize-and.html
http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/charles-darwin-and-his-apple-capt-ajit.html
http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/11/snuff-movies-freemason-benjamin.html

Left handed Benjamin Franklin was a mass murderer. The Boston Strangler, Jack the Ripper and most others , were lefties.

Mothers who are over 40 at the time of a child’s birth ( with more casual sex sexual partners ) are more likely to have a left-handed baby than a woman in her early 20s.

In Atharva Veda Vashikaran Tantra— the left hand delivered deadly curses. This section was never written down in 5000 BC by still continuing orally.

In Koran Mohammad the Prophet warned NOT to eat with left hand.

The right hand is mentioned positively 103 times in the Bible, while the left hand is mentioned 26 times, all negatively

The British Royal family is German Jew –most left handed. Examples? the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and Prince William etc

Most autistic babies are left-handed

Many people who are left-handed draw figures that face to the right.

Left-handers are more likely to be dyslexic and to stutter.

Ultrasounds show that in the womb, babies which suck the left thumb inside the womb ( a sign that they have eaten their twin – vanishing twin syndrome ) become homosexual left handers and mean adults—prone to become alcoholics, schizophrenic, delinquent, and dyslexic. They are also more likely to have Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or mental disabilities.

When placed on their tummies, right-handed babies tend to turn their heads to the right.

The brains of left-handers process emotions differently than those of right-handers and are more susceptible to negative emotions, such as anger

THIS IS TOLD FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THIS PLANET.

MY REVEATIONS NOW JUMP TO 50.2%

Capt ajit vadakayil

..

The first trimester begins on the first day of your last period and lasts until the end of week 12 .  A lot happens during these first three months. The fertilised egg rapidly divides into layers of cells and implants in the wall of your womb where it carries on growing. These layers of cells become an embryo, which is what the baby is called at this stage.


During this trimester, your baby grows faster than at any other time. By six weeks, a heartbeat can usually be heard and by the end of week 12, your baby's bones, muscles and all the organs of the body have formed. At this point, your baby looks like a tiny human being and is now called a fetus. He or she will even be practising swallowing!


The baby’s gender is determined by the presence, or lack of, a Y chromosome in the mothers blood sample.

Nuchal translucency test. During this test, an ultrasound is used to measure a specific area on the back of your baby's neck. This is known as a nuchal translucency screening test. When abnormalities are present, more fluid than usual tends to collect in this neck tissue.


Using your age and the results of the blood test and the ultrasound, your doctor or genetic counselor can estimate your risk of having a baby with Down syndrome.

Pregnant women ( especially younger ones ) should not make decisions about terminating a pregnancy based on a positive screening result alone without obtaining a diagnostic test to confirm or rule out a diagnosis.

Genetic screening tests and diagnostic tests are not the same things. Genetic screening is measuring a level of risk for genetic diseases in the fetus. 

A screening test called cell-free fetal DNA testing is typically done at the 10th week of pregnancy and uses DNA from the mother's blood to detect Down syndrome.

Some genetic screening tests can be done during the second trimester. A pregnancy lasts for about 40 weeks. The weeks are grouped into three trimesters. The second trimester includes weeks 13 through 27 of a pregnancy.

One of them is called the "quad screen," which measures four specific substances in the mother's blood and can identify genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome. The quad screen can also help detect neural tube defects, which are birth defects of the brain and spinal cord, such as spina bifida.

A second ultrasound, typically done between the 18th and 22nd weeks of pregnancy, may look for structural abnormalities in the developing fetus, such as cleft lip or heart defects, and can also screen for some genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome.

Diagnostic tests can actually detect many genetic conditions caused by defects in a gene or chromosome. They usually can tell prospective parents whether or not their fetus has a particular genetic problem.

As a woman advances in age, the risk of aneuploidy increases. An aneuploid embryo is unlikely to implant or go to term. PGS begins with IVF treatment to create embryos. Genetic analysis is performed on the embryo development on day 5 (blastocyst biopsy). 

The material removed from the embryo is then examined to see if there are any gains or losses in the number of chromosomes. This technique offers an earlier test than alternative ante-natal screening tests which are normally offered between 11-14 weeks of pregnancy.

The only way to create embryos for PGS is through IVF

PGD (Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis) allows us to see if an embryo has a specific disease.  PGD is useful when we know exactly what disease we are looking for. It is a truly diagnostic test whereas CCS is a screening tool. 

Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) as an option for patients undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF). CCS is a treatment for women that wish to improve implantation rates, reduce miscarriage rates, and reduce the risk of multiples after IVF. 

Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) is a technique that allows selection of the healthiest from a group of embryos.  After in vitro fertilization, a few cells from each embryo are sent to the genetics lab and chromosomes are counted. The embryos with a normal number of chromosomes are selected from the group for transfer.

Embryo selection by conventional imaging techniques is not very selective. Abnormal embryos often look just like normal embryos under the microscope.  Early cell division is to some extent independent of the number of chromosomes in the embryo, so an embryo with an abnormal number of chromosomes can look just like any other. 

To compensate, IVF programs may transfer more than one embryo, risking multiple pregnancy. When an abnormal embryo results in pregnancy, miscarriage is possible.

CCS refines embryo selection, offering a means of choosing the best embryos, the most likely to succeed, out of a group.



EVIL PHARMA DOES THEIR BEST TO CONVINCE WESTERN WOMEN THAT BABIES WITH DOWN SYNDROME ARE A JOY – THAT THEY ARE THE SALT NAY BOUNTY OF THIS PLANET..

THEY ALWAYS SHOW DOWN SYNDROME BABIES SMILING AND WAVING

BALLS !

JEWS HAVE THE ABILITY TO CONVERT SHIT TO GOLD

WE ARE BRAINWASHED THAT A UGLY PUG PUPPY IS BETTER THAN A LOVELY LABRADOR OR A GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPY , WHO IS OF SOME USE FOR YOU




The maternal serum screening test ( MSS ) is a blood test offered to pregnant women that helps determine the risk of Down syndrome, Edward syndrome and neural tube defects in their unborn child.



The test may be performed at around 10 weeks (combined first trimester screening test) or 14–20 weeks (second trimester maternal serum screening test).

In most cases that are identified as ‘increased risk’, the baby does not have Down syndrome, trisomy 18 or a neural tube defect.






Embryos that have too few or too many chromosomes are known as aneuploid. This may be a result of an inherited genetic condition, pollutants such as tobacco, or especially by the age of one or other of the parents.

Egg age in particular is known to be an important factor, and because women are born with all the eggs they will ever have, it follows that there is a greater risk of aneuploidy in women over 35. 

Aneuploidy does not always result in a miscarriage; it depends on the chromosome and to what extent it is affected. For example, Downs Syndrome is caused by an extra chromosome 21.


As of now the mother's age at delivery is the only factor found to be linked to the risk of having a baby with Down syndrome by modern science.  This is because they have NOT studied what exposure to a chemical like Formaldehyde can do to the DNA..


This risk increases with every year, especially after the mother is 35 years old. However, because younger women are more likely to have babies than older women, most babies with Down syndrome are born to women younger than 35. This is commonsense.



Below:  After birth, the initial diagnosis is usually based on the baby’s appearance. If some or all of the characteristic Down syndrome features are present, the health care provider will order a chromosomal karyotype test to be done. If there is an extra chromosome 21 present, the diagnosis is Down syndrome. 

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER IS NOT A GOOD IDEA HERE ..   YOU HAVE MISSED THE BUS AND FUCKED YOURSELF







Unlike "classic" Down's syndrome which is often seen in the babies of older women who conceive naturally, the pattern of genetic errors leading to Down's in the IVF eggs is different and more complex. 

Fertility treatment is to blame, and the IVF industry wont admit its . Doctors wont admit it, as they stand to be ex-communicated. 

You don’t need to be a hen to evaluate an omelette..  


Once a cell’s DNA is degraded, it can’t be fixed medically or “healed.” In other words, once an egg becomes abnormal, it can’t become normal again—egg quality cannot be improved. Egg quality is fairly black-and-white—either an egg is genetically “normal” (euploid) or it’s not (aneuploid), and as women age, a higher and higher percentage of their eggs are abnormal.

Since DNA is like an instruction manual for our cells, any damage to your DNA can prevent that cell from doing what it’s supposed to do—which, in the case of the egg, is make a healthy baby.

There’s no test for egg quality. The only way to know if an egg is chromosomally normal is to attempt to fertilize it, and, if fertilization is successful, to perform a genetic test on the embryo. But because damage to our DNA happens naturally and inevitably over time, your age can give doctors a fairly accurate picture of what percentage of your eggs are normal.

When we talk about a woman’s egg quality, we’re talking about the expected percentage of her total number of eggs that are normal. For better or worse, this is purely a function of age. In stark contrast to the “wide range of normal” we see when it comes to egg count, the impact of age on egg quality is consistent and universal. 

In other words: women in their 20s will have mostly normal eggs, though they already have some abnormal ones. And women in their 40s will have mostly abnormal eggs—no matter how healthy a lifestyle they maintain.

Women’s ovaries are naturally programmed to allow just one egg to grow, mature, and be released (“ovulated”) each cycles (usually each month). That one egg represents the one chance for pregnancy in that particular menstrual cycle.

That egg ovulated may be either normal or abnormal. If it’s normal, great—you have a healthy pregnancy. But if it’s not? Abnormal egg cells typically don’t fertilize or implant in the uterus, but in the rare case they do, they can result in miscarriage or genetic disorders like Down syndrome.


Multinational Zionist companies tom tom that egg freezing works— that it allows women to freeze their young, healthy eggs and preserve their egg quality, so they can be their own egg donor later on—when they decide to take a break as a career woman.  

Of course they will pay for all this.. Sorry, all this is wishful thinking.   I come from a  killing field of Chemical tankers  where we dabble with DNA damage 


Below: Career woman indispensable at the office ? 

Balls !  

This Chutney Mary is addicted to sex with the dirty office peon 

The complete Pickle John has ass wider than his shoulders !



SOMETIMES YOU GO ON A HOLIDAY FOR A WEEK

YOU HAVE MEAT AND FISH IN THE FREEZER

TAKE A SMALL STAINLESS STEEL GLASS , FILL WITH WATER AND FREEZE IT

PLACE A COIN ON TOP OF ICE

AFTER YOUR HOLIDAY, CHECK IF THE COIN IS STILL ON TOP OF THE ICE

IF NOT— THROW AWAY THE MEAT AND FISH



It has been 4 decades since the birth of the first in vitro fertilization (IVF) baby. We’ve since been led to believe that science has mastered Mother Nature.  BALLS!

Egg freezing is a process that involves the hormonal stimulation of the ovaries, followed by transvaginal retrieval and subsequent freezing and storage of a woman’s viable eggs..

DENTED AND PAINTED AGED women who become pregnant at an advanced age are at an increased risk of gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, cesarean delivery and preterm delivery of a baby with low birth weight.

There is increased risk of congenital structural abnormalities” with IVF, and increased risk of cancer and structural cardiac anomalies for these children
Eggs can’t be tested to see if they’re viable before freezing, because of the potential to damage them.

The drugs used to stimulate the ovaries  cause ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

Social egg freezing is inaccessible to women without substantial financial resources, and it is misleading to frame social egg freezing as a benefit to all women. 

We don’t want the Indian Govt to encourage this freezing thingy for immoral aged Chutney Marys—sorry, we wont EMPOWER these bitches  ( Miss Neha Thomas prototypes )

There is no  tracking the health risks of women who inject hormones and undergo egg retrieval. Damaging chemicals are used in the freezing process are absorbed by eggs—they are toxic to cell development.

Even with the new flash freezing process, the most comprehensive data available reveals a  95% failure rate in women aged 40.

Egg freezing is invasive and it comes with serious short- and long-term physical and mental health risks.

To secure any eggs you must first submit to a demanding series of rigorously scheduled blood tests, hormone injections, and ultrasounds conducted over several weeks prior to the actual egg retrievals. 

During a typical natural cycle, your body will release one egg a month. During the egg freezing process you will inject yourself with a cocktail of powerful hormones—many prescribed off-label – that hyper stimulate your ovaries to produce eggs.

Depending on your age and reproductive health you may only generate a few eggs or you might produce two dozen. As many as 42% of women who undergo ovarian stimulation suffer from a condition known as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), which , can be life threatening.

after nine to 13 days of self-injection, usually twice daily, you will submit to the risks of sedation while a doctor collects the eggs by punching a series of holes into your ovaries and applying suction. 

If you have exceptional egg quality and produce six eggs in one cycle, there will probably be one reasonable attempt at pregnancy. To increase the odds of sufficient viable eggs to fertilize, egg freezing businesses advise at least two cycles. 

Assuming unlimited financial resources or a generous benefit package you may endure multiple cycles. With each round of powerful hormones and punctured ovaries the risk of complications and long term health consequences increase. 

Once flash frozen, your eggs are stored indefinitely for an annual fee ranging from which of course with be borne by Zionist Multinational company. 

Fast forward many months or even years into the future. You now attempt to get pregnant with your frozen eggs. 

Hopefully you have sufficient savings, or are still employed by Facebook or Apple, because you must now undergo at least one, but probably multiple rounds of invasive and life-altering in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. 

You must again inject yourself with hormones, this time to prepare your uterus to welcome a potential embryo. You must open your entire emotional, social and professional schedule to daily blood tests, ultra sounds, vaginal probes and other assorted procedures that experienced women have referred to as  mentally draining and traumatic

If your uterus responds to the hormones, the frozen eggs must then be successfully thawed––-no easy task given low thaw survival rates. An egg’s shell hardens when frozen in liquid nitrogen so to attempt in vitro fertilization sperm must be injected directly into the egg with a needle to fertilize the egg through a technique known as ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection).

Again, if all goes well and at least one viable embryo is created in the laboratory, it is then transferred into your uterus. As with naturally occurring conception, the final outcome is in Mother Nature’s hands––-and she is clearly not incentive driven.  

Almost ALL these procedures fail on aged women 

The emotional toll associated with family-building failure can be crushing. The scientific fascination with the latest protocol and the marketing of fertility procedures as a lifestyle enhancer the past few decades has unwittingly led to a disregard for the emotional responses of these medical procedures, which creates a different kind of health concern – one involving mental health. 

People coping with fertility failures are MORE distressed than cancer patients. Many others suffer depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.

These negatives are conveniently overlooked by those selling services. You will not find failure rates or the harmful impacts highlighted in brochures or on clinic websites

Fertility doctors are among the highest-paid employees at Western private universities.

Today service providers and clinics cavalierly market egg freezing to fertile women without fully understanding or communicating the risks

Unlike smartphones or apps that can be recalled or re-engineered should they fail, egg freezing and IVF are high-risk processes with life changing consequences.

 And this science, particularly where egg freezing is concerned, is still in its infancy-YET eclipsed by KOSHER lies..

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Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is a medical condition that can occur in some women who take fertility medication to stimulate egg growth

FERTILITY DRUGS THEMSELVES ARE THE REASON FOR DOWNs SYNDROME  —  AND NO DOCTOR OR GENETIC RESEARCHER WILL ADMIT THIS

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is particularly associated with injection of a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) which is used for inducing final oocyte maturation and/or triggering oocyte release.

 The risk is further increased by multiple doses of hCG after ovulation and if the procedure results in pregnancy.

Symptoms are set into 3 categories: mild, moderate, and severe.

Mild symptoms include abdominal bloating and feeling of fullness, nausea, diarrhea, and slight weight gain.

Moderate symptoms include excessive weight gain (weight gain of greater than 2 pounds per day), increased abdominal girth, vomiting, diarrhea, darker urine, decreased urine output, excessive thirst, and skin and/or hair feeling dry (in addition to mild symptoms).

 Severe symptoms are fullness/bloating above the waist, shortness of breath, pleural effusion, urination significantly darker or has ceased, calf and chest pains, marked abdominal bloating or distention, and lower abdominal pains (in addition to mild and moderate symptoms).


THE BEST PART IS ALL DOCTORS WHEN CONFRONTED BY ANGRY  RELATIVES OF THE PATIENT ( WHO NEARLY DIED ) WILL SWEAR —

THIS IS THE FIRST TIE SUCH A THING HAS HAPPENED TO ME.


Use of injectable fertility drugs, such as human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), to induce ovulation can cause ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, in which your ovaries become swollen and painful. 

No doctor will admit that this causes Down Syndrome babies.. They will blame it on the mother. 

In normal pregnancy GOD rejects Down Syndrome babies.. they are NOT born at all



In pregnancy, here exists a definite link between high levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin and occurrence of Down’s syndrome . No doctor will talk about it as he will be ex-communicated and de-frocked. 

The levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin in a Down’s syndrome pregnancy are more than thrice twice that of an unaffected pregnancy.

High levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin negative consequences. Very high levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin can indicate hyper-proliferation of the placenta (also referred to as hydatidiform moles or molar pregnancies), which can lead to cancer (choriocarcinomas) . 

Levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin may also be elevated sometimes in association with some non-pregnancy related cancers (e.g. kidney, breast, lung and gastrointestinal tract). In such cases, levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin in the blood/urine can serve as a tumour marker. 

I HAD TOLD I WILL KEEP AWAY FROM MEDICAL MATTERS –WHY AM I WRITING ALL THIS ? 

IF I DON’T WHO WILL?



Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is a medical condition that can occur in some women who take fertility medication to stimulate egg growth,
Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) hormone is secreted by the placenta in pregnant women.

Human chorionic gonadotrophin is a hormone produced by the cells that surround the growing human embryo; these cells will eventually go on to form the placenta. 

Human chorionic gonadotrophin can be detected in the urine from 7-9 days post-fertilisation as the embryo attaches and implants in the womb; it forms the basis of most over-the-counter and hospital pregnancy tests

During the menstrual cycle, when an egg is released from the ovary at ovulation, the remnants of the ovarian follicle (which enclosed the egg) form a new, temporary ovarian gland called the corpus luteum, which produces the hormone progesterone. 

If, after two weeks, the ovulated egg remains unfertilised, the corpus luteum stops producing progesterone, and breaks down. Through a feedback mechanism, this signals the pituitary gland to produce follicle stimulating hormone (and to a lesser extent luteinising hormone) to initiate the next menstrual cycle. 

However, in the event that the ovulated egg is fertilised by sperm and an embryo is conceived, it is vital that the corpus luteum continues to produce progesterone until the placenta is established (the placenta then takes over progesterone production). 

It is important that the corpus luteum keeps producing progesterone because loss of progesterone leads to shedding of the womb lining (menstruation), which would prevent an embryo from implanting. Human chorionic gonadotrophin is the embryonic hormone that ensures the corpus luteum continues to produce progesterone throughout the first trimester of pregnancy. 

As well as maintaining progesterone production from the ovary, human chorionic gonadotrophin may also play a role in making sure the lining of the uterus (endometrium) is ready to receive the implanting embryo. Human chorionic gonadotrophin may help to increase the blood supply to the uterus and be involved in re-shaping the lining of the uterus in preparation for the implanting embryo.


Human chorionic gonadotrophin is produced by the trophoblast cells which surround the developing embryo at approximately day five of pregnancy. The amount of human chorionic gonadotrophin in the bloodstream doubles every 2-3 days as development of the embryo and placenta continue, and levels peak at around six weeks of pregnancy. 

Following this peak, levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin fall (although they remain detectable throughout pregnancy). Once the placenta is established, it becomes the main source of progesterone production (around week 12 of pregnancy), and human chorionic gonadotrophin is no longer required to maintain ovarian function. 




Again, fertility drugs use hormones to stimulate your ovaries. These hormones, particularly human gonadotrophin (hCG), sometimes overstimulate the ovaries, causing them to develop too many egg sacs (follicles). This is OHSS.

There are VERY serious complications, such as blood clots and kidney problems.  IVF doctors pretend this does NOT exist

There has been ZERO  incidents of people developing OHSS without taking fertility treatment. 

Symptoms usually start in the week after egg collection
If you develop mild OHSS, you may experience:

tummy swelling or bloating
mild pain low down in your tummy
nausea

If you notice any of these symptoms, contact your fertility clinic for further advice.

Severe symptoms require urgent attention.   Call your fertility clinic's emergency number or go to your nearest accident and emergency department immediately if you:--

are vomiting
have severe tummy pain or swelling
are extremely thirsty
are passing small amounts of dark urine
have difficulty breathing
have red, hot, swollen, or tender legs

Paracetamol screws up your liver.  Aspirin or ibuprofen, affect your kidney function.

If you froze your embryos due to OHSS, your specialist will implant these into your womb. This will usually be counted as the same cycle of treatment as your original egg collection.


WE NEED A SERIOUS  STUDY INTO FERTILITY DRUG INDUCED DOWN SYNDROME.  

























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    TAKE ME ON--- ON 25 KG DUMBELLS
    YOU WIN IF YOU CAN DO HALF IN DOUBLE THE TIME -- I WILL GIVE PURASKAAR 

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An Aussie went to the beach for a swim.  By mistake his wife had packed up his son's small swimming trunks . 

Anyways--he wore the costume keeping his huge balls outside.  He then ran to the water , holding his huge balls one in each hand. 

A group of small kids saw him running to the water and they though he was gonna drown two puppies. 

The children ran after him screaming PLEASE DONT DROWN THEM PUPPIES- GIVE THEM TO US .



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