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    Hi i'm Leo from Italy.

    Who help me on probably MTHFR Mutation ? or online consult pay for this.

    Thanks you!

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    Leo:

    The first thing you will need is to have genetic testing done. Go to www.23andMe.com to have this done. Here’s how to go about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEyaQ9d_v0s&app=desktop

    Post a reply to this thread once you get your results back and I’ll walk you through the process on how to determine your MTHFR status.

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    • Robin
      Robin commented
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      John I had mine done a year ago....how do I determine my MTHFR status? Thanks.

    • John Lorscheider
      John Lorscheider commented
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      Robin:

      Go into your 23andMe raw data file and use the “find” function to locate SNP rs1801133. C is the normal wild type allele and T is the risk allele. This link will then explain your results. https://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Rs1801133. C;C is normal, C;T is heterozygous (moderate risk) and T;T is homozygous (highest risk).

  • #3
    Originally posted by John Lorscheider View Post
    Leo:

    The first thing you will need is to have genetic testing done. Go to www.23andMe.com to have this done. Here’s how to go about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEyaQ9d_v0s&app=desktop

    Post a reply to this thread once you get your results back and I’ll walk you through the process on how to determine your MTHFR status.
    Thanks!


    unfortunately I can not do this test from Italy but since I'm using Jarrow B right I'm really reborn.

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    • #4
      Leo: Yes, you CAN obtain 23andMe testing if you live in Italy. Here are the many countries they will ship the “do-at-home” test kit. Don’t guess on your gene status, get tested. Doing the shotgun approach with methylated B vitamins carries risk too.

      https://eu.customercare.23andme.com/...o-you-ship-to-

      Here is a video on 23andMe that explains the process.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEyaQ9d_v0s&app=desktop

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      • #5
        Why do you think that methylated forms cause damage worse than synthetic ones? I tried folic acid and I was very sick while it does not happen with these.

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        • #6
          The methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) change test might be utilized to distinguish two moderately normal transformations in the MTHFR quality that are related with raised dimensions of homocysteine in the blood. . MTHFR C677T and A1298C quality changes are the most widely recognized and the ones that are ordinarily tried.

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