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Seeking opinion on results (BHMT)

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by Jason, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. Jason

    Jason

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    Firstly I'd like to thank genetic genie for allowing me to produce this easy to read graph:

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    I'm worried about all the BHMT issues I have, and I do have high homocysteine levels (~18).

    Could anyone provide any opinion or ideas of what I should do with these results. Should I be taking B12 L-5-Methylfolate? Reducing protein?
     
  2. adreno

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    For BHMT (and homocysteine), you will likely improve with TMG (250-1000mg). Low doses of MB12 and MTHF should also help. Perhaps something like 1mg MB12 and 200mcg MTHF. Your genes don't look all that bad, actually.
     
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    What would 'bad' genes look like? I thought no matter what your SNPs that your health was dependent on how they are expressed. I have not seen that many results so are you just commenting on the number of polymorphisms compared to normal genes is his results?
     
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    Thanks for sharing your results, is high homocysteine your only issue or are there other symps your are dealing with?

    Do you know why are there 'white'/empty/blank boxes for some of the SNPS?
     
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    never mind, I just looked again and immediately realized these are ones 23andme do not test for I think.
     
  6. adreno

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    I mean, it doesn't look like Jason has all that many serious mutations.
     
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  7. Jason

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    I have Raynaud's and also positive ANA (autoimmune). I'm sensitive to the sun and get muscle pain occasionally. Generally no other issues or symptoms.
     

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