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All that happens is the cell has a defect. That defect being that it's overgrown in one part of it.
A growth in chromosome 4 will signify infection. Then, the chromosome makes 40-100 copies of itself.
Symptoms usually include, uncontrollable spasms, muscle problems, slow or abnormal eye movement, strange posture and/or balance.
HD is, “Autosomal Dominant”, meaning it can over power the second chromosome from the other parent
There is only a 50/50 chance of the offspring coming out with the cell defect.
Generally, Doctors will recommend seeing a therapist and they'll usually prescribe medication to you.
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