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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Should You Adopt a Child When the Birth Parents Have Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar Adoption | Adoption Situation - Lifetime Adoption:

It is believed that genetics do play a part in if a person will develop bipolar, though most relatives of a person afflicted with this illness will never develop bipolar disorder. If one parent has bipolar disorder, the risk to offspring is approximately five percent. It can be as high as 14 percent if other relatives, such as an aunt or uncle, also are diagnosed. In the unusual case where both parents have bipolar disorder, the risk to offspring is approximately 30 percent, but can increase slightly if other relatives are bipolar too. 

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