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Mitochondrial Diseases

Mitochondrial Diseases - How to prevent?

Mitochondrial Diseases - Preparing for surgery

Mitochondrial Diseases - Post-surgery care

Mitochondrial Diseases - Other Information

How likely will my child have mitochondrial diseases if I do?

Mito which involve mtDNA are passed down from mothers to their children, while mito which involve nuclear DNA can be passed down from either parent.

Please speak to your healthcare provider regarding your specific condition and the likelihood of passing it down to your child, as well as the reproductive options available.

Mitochondrial diseases are lifelong conditions. Should you require financial assistance or emotional support, please approach your doctor for referral to a medical social worker.

Download the Mitochondrial Diseases brochure.

The information provided is not intended as medical advice. Terms of use. Information provided by SingHealth