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IsabellaLinton
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26 Sep 2022, 12:12 pm

Good for you being proactive.
Yes ADHD and ASD can be part of it.
I had more than half of the list of 70 symptoms.
It's all apparent throughout my family history.



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26 Sep 2022, 8:45 pm

I'm going to take the quiz after I'm done eating. I'm interested to see if I have the mutation.


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26 Sep 2022, 9:09 pm

I took the quiz. This is my score:

Your Symptom Score

156

You're dealing with significant symptoms.


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26 Sep 2022, 9:12 pm

CockneyRebel wrote:
I'm going to take the quiz after I'm done eating. I'm interested to see if I have the mutation.


What quiz?

You can't find out from a quiz.
You'd have to have testing done by a geneticist with blood tests.
The results are really complex and need to be explained in detail.

Some people also get tested via a cheek swab.
I think that's what Fenn is doing.

If you have symptoms on the quiz CR, talk to your doctor.
Take the quiz with you and ask for a Homocysteine test to begin with.

Edit:
I looked at that quiz and the questions don't make any sense.


Here's a longer list of potential symptoms if you're interested.
You'd be looking for patterns of these conditions in your parents and children (if applicable).

https://methyl-life.com/blogs/mthfr/mthfr-guide



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27 Sep 2022, 8:57 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
CockneyRebel wrote:
I'm going to take the quiz after I'm done eating. I'm interested to see if I have the mutation.


What quiz?

You can't find out from a quiz.
You'd have to have testing done by a geneticist with blood tests.
The results are really complex and need to be explained in detail.

Some people also get tested via a cheek swab.
I think that's what Fenn is doing.

If you have symptoms on the quiz CR, talk to your doctor.
Take the quiz with you and ask for a Homocysteine test to begin with.

Edit:
I looked at that quiz and the questions don't make any sense.


Here's a longer list of potential symptoms if you're interested.
You'd be looking for patterns of these conditions in your parents and children (if applicable).

https://methyl-life.com/blogs/mthfr/mthfr-guide


I'm very interested and I'm planning on making an appointment with my doctor.


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27 Sep 2022, 4:17 pm

i tried doing the quiz just for the hell of it but i couldnt really complete it because it asked questions that were only applicable if you live in america


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