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Mark Berry, Acting CEO of Phoenix Rising, presents the Board of Directors’ open letter to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) urging them to release the PACE trial data, and hopes that other non-UK organisations will join British charities in the same request...
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Newbie with mutations and so, so overwhelmed!

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by HAPPYBUNNY, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. HAPPYBUNNY

    HAPPYBUNNY

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    Hello All,

    After searching far and wide, I have to say, the forums on this site are so helpful and suggestions so enlightened. I really hope you all may be able to help me.

    I have postnatal anxiety, and take sertraline (zoloft) for it with the occasional Ativan when needed. This is a very new illness for me and came about when I was breastfeeding my son, as a single mom, with no family and very limited sleep. I was a zombie. A year later, I do feel better, though I seem to get the odd cloud of anxiety from time to time.

    I seem to be so tired, though. Aches and pains throughout my body. I'm only 35, but when I stand up from a seated position I feel like I'm 80. Everything hurts. When I sleep at night, I also find myself oversleeping....I'll sleep 10-11 hours and really could do more if I didn't force myself out of bed.

    Anyway, without further ado...my mutations from 23andme data...through gg:

    MTHFR A1298C - hetero (+/-)

    Homozygous mutations:

    • COMT V158M
    • COMT H62H
    • VDR Bsm
    • MTRR A66G
    • MTRR A664A
    • CBS C699T
    Here are your heterozygous mutations as indicated in your SNP gene table above (not including MTHFR):

    • MAO-A R297R
    • MTR A2756G
    • AHCY-01
    • AHCY-19


    Can anyone shed light on my situation, things I should look out for, therapies, etc? I'm so lost and so much of the information is incredibly technical.

    Many thanks in advance,

    Natasha
     

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