Hello and welcome,
The translocation is a balanced one. It all depends on which chromosome it is and how much she has inherited.
The chromosomes are paired and one comes from the mother and another from father. You had 2 affected chromosomes. So if you gave her one abnormal chromosome, the father gave her one normal then she has inherited only 50% of the balanced translocation. So the likelihood that she passes the affected one to her kids is 50%. Meaning that most likely some babies will be affected and some normal.
However all these speculations are meaning less until we have results of genetic analysis
of her as well as her husband. Then the risks can be predicted more accurately.
So please get these done.
Hope this satisfies your query.
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Feel free to ask any more questions that you may have.
Dr Madhuri Bagde
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist