Researchers may not have all the answers for the causes of Tourette Syndrome and the related disorders but through numerous studies they do know that genetics is a contributing factor.
Individuals with TS may ask the question, “If I have TS, will my children have TS?” or “What happens if I decide to get married, how do I explain the medical implications to my intended spouse?” These are the thoughts that may run through one’s mind. In this discussion, you will learn more about the genetics of TS, and how to help your partner understand the medical implications for an inherited disorder.
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