You may want to see a doctor who specializes in genetics (geneticist) or a genetic counselor. This type of counselor is trained to help you understand what karyotype test results mean for you, such as your risk for having a child with an inherited (genetic) condition. A genetic counselor can help you make well-informed decisions.
Normal Results (females):
44 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes (XX), written as 46, XX;
The size, shape, and structure are normal for each chromosome.