30%-40% of all cases of autism may be linked to genetics1. Better treatment and therapy may be available.

More than 15 genetic conditions share symptoms with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Probably Genetic can help you get answers.

Better Treatment

Specialist clinics and centers exist for many of the of the genetic conditions that are commonly diagnosed as autism. New treatments are being developed every day. A DNA test is the only way to find out if these options are right for you and your family.

Better Planning

If autism runs in your family a DNA test can help you understand the chance of you and your partner passing on an inherited condition. A DNA test can help you make informed decisions when planning a future pregnancy.

Better Community

You are not alone! More than 350 million people worldwide have a genetic condition and thousands of patient advocay groups connect them. Probably Genetic will connect you with other families just like yours.

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Are you concerned that there is more to your child's symptoms?

Our team is comprised of geneticists and PhDs from the top research Universities in the world who have studied these types of conditions.

Does your child have problems sitting up, crawling or walking?

This is a common symptom of DDX3X Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, and Sanfilippo Syndrome.

Does your child exhibit signs of social anxiety?

Social anxiety can also be associated with Fragile X Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, DDX3X Syndrome, and Sanfilippo Syndrome.

Does your child have poor vision or has their vision become worse?

This symptom is common in patients with Batten Disease, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, DDX3X Syndrome, and Sanfilippo Syndrome.

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Stories from our community

Genetic conditions are not uncommon. If these stories sound familiar, get in touch.


Rett Syndrome

An autism misdiagnosis meant that Olivia went for years without knowing that she had Rett Syndrome, a rare condition affecting mostly young girls. A genetic test found that she had a mutation in her MECP2 gene.


Long-QT Syndrome

Jacob exhibited many symptoms common to epilepsy. He was 45 when his diagnosis was switched to Long-QT syndrome and treatment soon followed.


Hunter Syndrome

Runny noses and ear infections seemed constant for Dmitry from the ages of 1-4. What was perceived as a common cold was actually a result of a serious X chromosome mutation that inhibits the body's ability to create specific enzymes.

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