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I have a MTHFR varient gene. Deplin? Help Please

Posted by PCB on September 1, 2019, at 20:28:38

Hey Everyone!

Thanks for all your help this month. I actually have an appointment with a new psychiatrist Tuesday discuss alternatives to Nardil.

So I ended up doing 23andme's, "Health and Ancestry test," a few weeks ago without any surprise results. Found several websites that explained by searching your 23andme raw data results for the C677T and A1298C gene, your could determine if you have the faulty Methylene Tetrahydrofolate Reductase genes. Turns out I have a positive test. I think this has to be confirmed by laboratory testing.

Now all the internet reading so far has said there is not enough studies to know if this positive test does make you more resistant to medication and if Deplin works. But image if I have been treatment resistant for 24 years due to this gene.

Does anyone know much about this gene test? Experience with Deplin?






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