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Help needed with Yasko results - brain fog - calling all Triffids

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by sianrecovery, Apr 15, 2013.

  1. sianrecovery

    sianrecovery Senior Member

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    I'm not sure why I cant get these to make any sense for me; I just can't.

    Any takers?

    I am attaching a short version - and the long, full doc if any one wants to see what you get for your money with this Yasko set. I wasn't that impressed with the long list of expensive supplements recommended, and didn't feel the info was particularly user-friendly. Or maybe I'm just making excuses.

    thanks in advance

    Sian

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  2. sianrecovery

    sianrecovery Senior Member

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    cmon peeps! what goes around comes around!
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    adreno 3% neanderthal

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    Your results look pretty good, no homozygous SNPs, and only a few heterozygous. I would look elsewhere than genetic causes for your problems.
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    Wow. Looks pretty clean to me... There is a yasko yahoo group.. i think everyone posted their yasko genetic panels in the files section.....if u want to compare.. but you got nothing compared to me.

    If your issues started with genetics.. they don't seem to be the SNPs on that panel...
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  5. sianrecovery

    sianrecovery Senior Member

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    thanks guys, you've made me a happy woman - one less expensive blind alley. I have plenty of genetic stuff - a kidney disease, and potential BRCA 1 or 2 - I don't need more. Yay!
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    I'm a little jealous of your methylation profile. It looks so much better than mine! Just curious, but were did you your information on genetic snp's and kidney disease?

    I know there's so many other things to look at from a genetic standpoint than methylation.
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    sianrecovery Senior Member

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    The kidney disease I was diagnosed with in my twenties when my kidneys started calcifying and caused recurrent infections (like my mother) - the BRCA 1,2 thing I am awaiting testing for - she died of breast cancer, and my brother has recently been diagnosed with a rare, advanced bilateral breast cancer. I also tested positive for the multi-susceptible HLA DR gene talks about in terms of biotoxins, and for HPU - which some people think has a genetic component. Yes, I share your sense that much of the ME population has inherited susceptibilities that make them more vulnerable to a variety of problems.

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