Im not sure If I responded to your note before, but you can screen. Its expensive, and Baylor is the only place in USA that tests for IP. You can get invetro done, and they will only implant non-IP embrios. If you do get pregnant, they will do an amniosynthesis and test for the disease. If its a male and it has IP you will then be forced to make a decision, as males cant live with IP. If its a female and has IP then the pregnancy will be okay. You will just have to deal with whatever she has. Its not as serious as it sounds. Most is not even treatable, so its just a matter of letting it run its course. If you have any other questions let me know.
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