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Table 2 List of Topics

From: Reproductive choices: a qualitative study of Dutch Moroccan and Turkish consanguineously married women’s perspectives on preconception carrier screening

Personal information Age, educational background, migrant status, age of migration, children.
Consanguinity Relationship to partner prior to marriage, marriage history, perspectives on consanguinity (disadvantages, advantages), consanguineous marriages in family and social environment, differences in perspectives among generations.
Genetic risk Knowledge, perspectives on genetic risk.
Children’s health Disease, diagnostic history, genetic background, living with a child with a disability/disease, mother’s and father’s ways of coping, experiences in health care.
Genetic testing Perspectives on testing.
Reproductive options The possibilities of PCS in the future: (1) not having children; (2) termination of pregnancy (TOP) after prenatal genetic diagnosis (PND); (3) in vitro fertilization (IVF) combined with Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD); (4) in vitro fertilization with a donor egg cell; (5) artificial insemination with donor sperm (AID); (6) adoption, or; (7) not taking any special measures or preparing for possibly of having a disabled child.