Odds of Having a Blue Eyed Baby?

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The odds of having a blue eyed baby will depend on the person's genes. A couple where both have brown eyes can result in a child with blue eyes at times. The dominant gene will decide the babies eye color. Doctors do not go by odds for eye color, they only use percentages. If both parents have green eyes, there is a 25 percent chance the baby will have blue eyes, if both parents have the blue eye gene. If both parents do not carry the gene, the percentage goes down to about 1 percent.
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