Info neurofibromatosis (NF1 or NF2)

Patient : Hello, My mother has neurofibromatosis (not sure NF1 or NF2, but she has small buttons all over her body). I am now 33 yoa, and have no signs what so ever of the condition. I was wondering if I could still pass this condition on to my children? Even with no clinical signs, could it still be in my genes? Scincerely Concerned 'new father'
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