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    Hi, I was hoping if someone here could help me in analyzing my test results and what my next step/tests should be. Im going to go to the Endo in the next month and Id like to be prepared as possible to discuss my options, so I am appealing to the knowledge base here.

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    63 220 lbs Used to be 340 lbs, but was able to cut down to 204, and now am settled at 220


    Symptoms
    Weight loss plateau Taken about a year to lose 10lbs, just doesnt want to fall off anymore. Changed diets, workout patterns, spoken to nutritionists, nothing has been effective.

    Low Energy

    Poor sleeping patterns sometimes I can get to sleep fine, other times Ill be lying there till 4 before I finally drift off
    Hair loss Started losing/thinning hair at 12 and it kept going on for 9 years. Its a diffuse loss on all parts of the head, with the sides too, so pretty sure isnt MPB
    Sparse facial /body hair



    Test Results-
    SHBG (2010 Test) 54 [14.5-48.4 nmol/L] High
    SHBG (2013 Test) 82.7 [16.5-55.9 nmol/L] Way High
    Cortisol, AM (2010) 22.4 [2.3-19.4 ug/dL] High
    Estradiol (2010) 30.7 [7.6-42.6 pg/mL]
    Estradiol (2012) 49 [7.6-42.6 pg/mL] High
    Estradiol (2013) 49.5 [7.6-42.6 pg/mL] High
    Insulin (2013) 5.9 [2.6-24.9 uIU/mL]
    Progesterone (2013) 1.0 [0.2-1.4 ng/mL]
    DHEA-Sulfate (2010) 348.2 [211-492 ug/dL]
    Creatinine (2010) 0.75 [0.76-1.27 mg/dL] Low
    Creatinine (2013) 0.62 [0.76-1.27 mg/dL] Low
    FSH (2010) 4.7 [1.5-12.4 mIU/mL]
    LH (2010) 7.2 [1.7-8.6 mIU/mL]
    Ferritin (2010) 342 [30-400 ng/mL]
    IGF-1 (2012) 269 [116-358 ng/mL]
    Testosterone, Serum (2010) 777 [280-800 ng/dL]
    Testosterone, Free (2010) 17.25 [5.00-21.00 ng/dL]
    DHT (2010) 47 [30-85 ng/dL]
    T4 (2010) 9.4 [4.5-12 ug/dL]
    T4, Free (2010) 1.76 [0.82-1.77 ng/dL]
    T3 (2010) 148 [71-180 ng/dL]
    T3, Free (2010) 4.4 [2.0-4.4 pg/mL]
    T3 Uptake (2010) 35 [24-39]
    TSH (2010) 1.710 [0.450-4.500 uIU/mL]

    *One thing to note is in 2010 I was on a full protein, no carb diet. 2012 I was on a Paleo type diet. 2013 am on a vegetarian + Protein shake diet.


    Thank you so much for looking at this and giving any insight, I appreciate it greatly. If there are any tests I'm missing that I should get or something I should definitely retest, please let me know.

    Thanks again!
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    Just got another set of labs back. These are as of 5/24/2013
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    The CRP is probably high because I was slightly sick. I seem to always get sick whenever anyone else gets sick, and it lasts for months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obliv View Post
    Just got another set of labs back. These are as of 5/24/2013
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    The CRP is probably high because I was slightly sick. I seem to always get sick whenever anyone else gets sick, and it lasts for months.
    Probably have weaken adrenal glands and low secretory IGA, NASH liver congestion with methylation issue causing thicken bile flow which is raising your SHBG up in the process in ability to rid body of estrogen. Would not doubt if you possible have something going on in the Gi tract which is causing this whole mess in the first place. How much alcohol do you drink or have drank in the past. Your thyroid is screaming which is usually adrenal related because it can not pushed to the receptor resulting in pooling of hormone in the blood.

    Find out why e2 is high may help SHBG.

    Then you wonder why you are having issues
    VEGETARIAN DIET -- Enough said. You are doing more damage to intestinal tract ..See it as your SHBG is going up
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    Probably have weaken adrenal glands and low secretory IGA, NASH liver congestion with methylation issue causing thicken bile flow which is raising your SHBG up in the process in ability to rid body of estrogen. Would not doubt if you possible have something going on in the Gi tract which is causing this whole mess in the first place. How much alcohol do you drink or have drank in the past. Your thyroid is screaming which is usually adrenal related because it can not pushed to the receptor resulting in pooling of hormone in the blood.

    Find out why e2 is high may help SHBG.

    Then you wonder why you are having issues
    VEGETARIAN DIET -- Enough said. You are doing more damage to intestinal tract ..See it as your SHBG is going up
    First off, thanks for the insight. I am a light drinker in general (one or 2 glasses/shots a month), and have not touched alcohol in the last 6 months.

    Any other tests I should get done to try to narrow the cause of all this down? My Dr. told me that my E2 was high because of my belly fat and that as I lose weight it should drop to normal, but it has been a war trying to lose this weight which is why I went to him in the first place, so that was little help.

    Dang... well that's some irony... the whole reason I went veggie heavy was because I was told it resulted in less inflammation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obliv View Post

    First off, thanks for the insight. I am a light drinker in general (one or 2 glasses/shots a month), and have not touched alcohol in the last 6 months.

    Any other tests I should get done to try to narrow the cause of all this down? My Dr. told me that my E2 was high because of my belly fat and that as I lose weight it should drop to normal, but it has been a war trying to lose this weight which is why I went to him in the first place, so that was little help.

    Dang... well that's some irony... the whole reason I went veggie heavy was because I was told it resulted in less inflammation!
    High estrogen leads to higher bodyfat which also makes it harder to lose bodyfat. Doesn't your doctor want to help you with this lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post
    High estrogen leads to higher bodyfat which also makes it harder to lose bodyfat. Doesn't your doctor want to help you with this lol
    Need to find out why e2 is elevated in the first place.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    Need to find out why e2 is elevated in the first place.
    Ok, well I still have close to 3 weeks before my Endo appt, is there something you can suggest I test to point me in the right direction? I want to be as proactive as possible. I will ask my Endo to run the NutraEval, but should I test my bile acids to find out if there is liver damage?

    How would I know if there is a GI problem? Elimination diet or is there a blood panel that helps narrow things down?

    Going to get a full Thyroid profile (FT3, FT4, TSH, TPO, ATA) and see how things are looking there as of 2013.

    Sorry for all the questions, just trying to get actionable steps to make a discussion with my Endo more productive.

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    Methylation Analysis from GeneticGenie (don't know if anyone has any experience with such, but just throwing it up here to combine all my data for my own sake at the very least)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obliv View Post
    Ok, well I still have close to 3 weeks before my Endo appt, is there something you can suggest I test to point me in the right direction? I want to be as proactive as possible. I will ask my Endo to run the NutraEval, but should I test my bile acids to find out if there is liver damage?

    How would I know if there is a GI problem? Elimination diet or is there a blood panel that helps narrow things down?

    Going to get a full Thyroid profile (FT3, FT4, TSH, TPO, ATA) and see how things are looking there as of 2013.

    Sorry for all the questions, just trying to get actionable steps to make a discussion with my Endo more productive.

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    Methylation Analysis from GeneticGenie (don't know if anyone has any experience with such, but just throwing it up here to combine all my data for my own sake at the very least)
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    Your profile is screaming major potential intestinal hyperpermeability, internal anxiety, probably a familiar history of ADD,
    If you have candida or yeast you are really screwed, You have a greater chance of having NASH from acetylaldhydes due to the intestinal dysbosis. With this profile I would highly get check for h pylori and other pathogenic bacteria as you ability to detoxify ammonia is also down regulated by specific mutation. This is giving me a small snap shot. Check out MTHFRsupport application it blows these away..

    I would highly consider not go no where near dairy with what I am currently seeing in what little information was shown.
    Do not engage methyl b-12 or methyl folate at this time...If any one tells you different has no clue of what they are talking about. Sorry to be so blunt, but its the truth. This is what I deal with on a daily basis, helping balance people who went to Doctors who were not educated or did not know how to treat methylation. This trend is slowly changing as I am helping educate medical professionals on what will be the future of medicine..
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    With this profile I would highly get check for h pylori and other pathogenic bacteria as you ability to detoxify ammonia is also down regulated by specific mutation. This is giving me a small snap shot. Check out MTHFRsupport application it blows these away..
    I appreciate the insight again. The MTHFRSupport offers a wealth of info, but there is no Dr that they recommend in TX to analyze it. I don't touch dairy, but I do take Methyl B-12 and MetFolin because Spectracell said I was deficient in both coming off of an atkins based diet.

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    Gene & Variation rsID # Risk Allele Your Alleles & Results
    CYP1A1*2C A4889G rs1048943 C TT -/-
    CYP1A1*4 C2453A rs1799814 T GG -/-
    CYP1A2 C164A rs762551 C AA -/-
    CYP1B1 L432V rs1056836 C CG +/-
    CYP1B1 N453S rs1800440 C TT -/-
    CYP1B1 R48G rs10012 C CG +/-
    CYP2A6*2 A1799T rs1801272 T AA -/-
    CYP2C19*17 rs12248560 T CC -/-
    CYP2C9*2 C430T rs1799853 T CC -/-
    CYP2C9*3 A1075C rs1057910 C AA -/-
    CYP2D6 S486T rs1135840 C CG +/-
    CYP2D6 T100C rs1065852 A GG -/-
    CYP2D6 T2850C rs16947 A AG +/-
    CYP2E1*1B G9896C rs2070676 G CC -/-
    CYP2E1*4 A4768G rs6413419 A GG -/-
    CYP3A4*1B rs2740574 C CT +/-
    CYP3A4*3 M445T rs4986910 G AA -/-
    GPX3 rs8177412 C TT -/-
    GSTM1 rs12068997 T CC -/-
    GSTM1 rs4147565 A GG -/-
    GSTM1 rs4147567 G AA -/-
    GSTM1 rs4147568 A TT -/-
    GSTM1 rs1056806 T CC -/-
    GSTM1 rs12562055 A TT -/-
    GSTM1 rs2239892 G AA -/-
    GSTP1 A114V rs1695 G AG +/-
    GSTP1 A114V rs1138272 T CC -/-
    NAT1 A560G(?) (R187Q) rs4986782 A GG -/-
    NAT2 A803G (K268R) rs1208 G AA -/-
    NAT2 C190T (R64W) rs1805158 T CC -/-
    NAT2 G590A (R197Q) rs1799930 A AG +/-
    NAT2 G857A (G286E) rs1799931 A GG -/-
    NAT2 T341C (I114T) rs1801280 C TT -/-
    SOD2 rs2758331 A CC -/-
    SOD2 rs2855262 T CC -/-
    SOD2 A16V rs4880 G AA -/-
    PON1 Q192R rs662 C CT +/-
    TONGUE TIE / CLEFT PALATE
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    CTH S4031I rs1021737 T GT +/-
    IRF6 rs987525 A AC +/-
    IRF6 rs861020 A GG -/-
    RARA rs7217852 G AA -/-
    RARA rs9904270 T CC -/-
    TBX22 rs41307258 A T -
    TBX22 rs28935177 T A -
    ALLERGY/MOLD
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    HLA rs7775228 C TT -/-
    HLA rs2155219 T GG -/-
    IgE
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    FCER1A rs2427837 A AA +/+
    IL-13 C1112T rs1800925 T CC -/-
    DARC rs2814778 C TT -/-
    IL13 rs1295685 A AG +/-
    CD14 rs2569191 C NO CALL
    SOCS-1 -820G>T rs33977706 A AC +/-
    C3 rs366510 G GT +/-
    FCER1A / OR10J2P rs2494262 A AA +/+
    FCER1A rs2251746 C CC +/+
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    IRF5 rs4728142 A GG -/-
    IGF1R rs2229765 A AA +/+
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    HLA rs9271366 G AA -/-
    CFH rs6677604 A GG -/-
    HLA-DQA2 rs9275224 A GG -/-
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    PSMB8 / TAP1 / TAP2 rs9357155 A GG -/-
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    CLOTTING FACTORS
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    CETP rs1800775 C AC +/-
    CYP4V2 rs13146272 C AC +/-
    GP6 rs1613662 G AA -/-
    ITGB3 T196C rs5918 C CC +/+
    KNG I598T rs2731672 T CT +/-
    NR1I2 rs1523127 C AC +/-
    SERPINC1 rs2227589 T CC -/-
    HRG rs9898 T TT +/+
    F12 rs1801020 A AG +/-
    F11 rs2289252 T CT +/-
    F11 rs2036914 T CT +/-
    F10 113777509 rs3211719 G AA -/-
    F7 A353G rs6046 A AG +/-
    F2 (Prothrombin 20210A) i3002432 A GG -/-
    F3 94997288 rs1324214 A AG +/-
    F5 (Factor V Leiden) rs6025 T CC -/-
    F9 G580A rs6048 G A -
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    ADD1 G460W rs4961 T GG -/-
    ACAT1-02 rs3741049 A AG +/-
    AGT M235T/C4072T rs699 G AG +/-
    AHCY-01 rs819147 C TT -/-
    AHCY-02 rs819134 G AA -/-
    AHCY-19 rs819171 C TT -/-
    BHMT rs16876512 T CT +/-
    BHMT rs6875201 G AG +/-
    BHMT-02 rs567754 T TT +/+
    BHMT-04 rs617219 C CC +/+
    BHMT-08 rs651852 T CT +/-
    BHMT R239Q rs3733890 A GG -/-
    CBS A13637G rs2851391 T CT +/-
    CBS A360A rs1801181 A GG -/-
    CBS C19150T rs4920037 A AG +/-
    CBS C699T rs234706 A AG +/-
    CBS N212N rs2298758 A GG -/-
    COMT rs6269 G AG +/-
    COMT -61 P199P rs769224 A GG -/-
    COMT H62H rs4633 T CT +/-
    COMT V158M rs4680 A AG +/-
    DAO rs2070586 A GG -/-
    DAO rs2111902 G TT -/-
    DAO rs3741775 C AC +/-
    DHFR rs1643649 C TT -/-
    FOLR1 rs2071010 A GG -/-
    FOLR2 rs651933 A GG -/-
    FOLR3 rs7925545 G AA -/-
    FOLR3 rs7926875 A CC -/-
    FUT2 rs492602 G AG +/-
    FUT2 rs601338 A AG +/-
    FUT2 rs602662 A AG +/-
    G6PD rs1050828 T C -
    G6PD rs1050829 C T -
    GAD1 rs3749034 A AG +/-
    GAD1 rs2241165 C CT +/-
    GAD1 rs769407 C GG -/-
    GAD1 rs2058725 C CT +/-
    GAD1 rs3791851 C TT -/-
    GAD1 rs3791850 A AG +/-
    GAD1 rs12185692 A CC -/-
    GAD1 rs3791878 T GT +/-
    GAD1 rs10432420 A AG +/-
    GAD1 rs3828275 T NO CALL
    GAD1 rs701492 T CC -/-
    GAD1 rs769395 G AA -/-
    GAD2 rs1805398 T GG -/-
    GAMT rs17851582 A GG -/-
    GAMT rs55776826 T CC -/-
    GIF (TCN3) rs558660 A GG -/-
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    MAT1A rs72558181 T CC -/-
    MTHFD1 C105T rs1076991 C NO CALL
    MTHFD1 G1958A rs2236225 A AG +/-
    MTHFD1L rs11754661 A NO CALL
    MTHFD1L rs17349743 C CT +/-
    MTHFD1L rs6922269 A GG -/-
    MTHFD1L rs803422 A GG -/-
    MTHFR 03 P39P rs2066470 A GG -/-
    MTHFR A1298C rs1801131 G TT -/-
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    MTHFR G1793A (R594Q) rs2274976 T CC -/-
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    MTHFR rs13306561 G AA -/-
    MTHFR rs1476413 T CC -/-
    MTHFR rs17037390 A GG -/-
    MTHFR rs17037396 T CC -/-
    MTHFR rs3737964 T CT +/-
    MTHFR rs4846048 G AG +/-
    MTHFR rs4846049 T GG -/-
    MTHFS rs6495446 C CT +/-
    MTR A2756G rs1805087 G AG +/-
    MTRR A66G rs1801394 G AA -/-
    MTRR H595Y rs10380 T CT +/-
    MTRR K350A rs162036 G AG +/-
    MTRR R415T rs2287780 T CC -/-
    MTRR-11 A664A rs1802059 A GG -/-
    MTRR rs10520873 C TT -/-
    MTRR rs1532268 T CC -/-
    MTRR rs162049 G AG +/-
    MTRR rs3776467 G AG +/-
    MTRR rs9332 A AG +/-
    NOS1 rs3782206 T CC -/-
    NOS2 rs2297518 A AG +/-
    NOS2 rs2274894 T GG -/-
    NOS2 rs2248814 A GG -/-
    NOS3 rs1800783 A AT +/-
    NOS3 rs1800779 G AG +/-
    NOS3 rs3918188 A CC -/-
    NOS3 G10T rs7830 T GT +/-
    NOS3 T786C rs2070744 C NO CALL
    PEMT rs4244593 T GT +/-
    PEMT rs4646406 A AT +/-
    PEMT rs7946 C CT +/-
    SHMT1 C1420T rs1979277 A AA +/+
    SHMT1 rs9909104 C TT -/-
    SHMT2 rs12319666 T GG -/-
    SHMT2 rs34095989 A GG -/-
    SLC19A1 rs1888530 T CT +/-
    SLC19A1 rs3788200 A AG +/-
    TCN1 rs526934 G AA -/-
    TCN2 C766G rs1801198 G CG +/-
    TYMS rs502396 C CT +/-
    VDR Bsm rs1544410 T CC -/-
    CELIAC DISEASE/GLUTEN INTOLERANCE
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    HLA rs2858331 G AG +/-
    HLA DQA1 rs2187668 T CC -/-
    THYROID
    Gene & Variation rsID # Risk Allele Your Alleles & Results
    CTLA4 rs231775 G AA -/-
    FOXE1 rs1867277 A NO CALL
    FOXE1 rs7043516 C AA -/-
    FOXE1 rs10984009 A GG -/-
    EYE HEALTH
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    BCMO1 rs4889294 C TT -/-
    BCMO1 R267S rs12934922 T AA -/-
    BCMO1 A379V rs7501331 T CC -/-
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    ATP5g3 rs185584 G AA -/-
    ATP5g3 rs36089250 C TT -/-
    ATP5c1 rs2778475 A GG -/-
    ATP5c1 rs1244414 T CC -/-
    ATP5c1 rs1244422 T CC -/-
    ATP5c1 rs12770829 T CT +/-
    ATP5c1 rs4655 C TT -/-
    COX5A rs8042694 G AA -/-
    COX6C rs4626565 C CT +/-
    COX6C rs7844439 A AC +/-
    COX6C rs4510829 A AG +/-
    COX6C rs1135382 A AG +/-
    COX6C rs7828241 C AC +/-
    COX6C rs12544943 G AA -/-
    COX6C rs4518636 C CT +/-
    NDUFS3 rs2233354 C TT -/-
    NDUFS3 rs4147730 A GG -/-
    NDUFS3 rs4147731 A GG -/-
    NDUFS7 rs2332496 A GG -/-
    NDUFS7 rs7254913 G GG +/+
    NDUFS7 rs1142530 T CC -/-
    NDUFS7 rs7258846 T GG -/-
    NDUFS7 rs11666067 A CC -/-
    NDUFS7 rs2074895 A CC -/-
    NDUFS7 rs809359 G AA -/-
    NDUFS8 rs4147776 C AA -/-
    NDUFS8 rs1122731 A AG +/-
    NDUFS8 rs999571 A AG +/-
    NDUFS8 rs2075626 C CT +/-
    NDUFS8 rs3115546 G TT -/-
    NDUFS8 rs1104739 C AC +/-
    NDUFS8 rs1051806 T CT +/-
    UQCRC2 rs6497563 C TT -/-
    UQCRC2 rs4850 A GG -/-
    UQCRC2 rs11648723 T GG -/-
    UQCRC2 rs12922362 A CC -/-
    UQCRC2 rs2965803 T CC -/-
    OTHER IMMUNE FACTORS
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    4q27 Region rs6822844 T GT +/-
    APOE rs429358 C TT -/-
    ATG16L1 rs10210302 C CT +/-
    GSDMB rs7216389 T CT +/-
    HLA-DRB1 rs660895 G AG +/-
    IL5 rs2069812 A AG +/-
    IL-13 rs20541 A AG +/-
    IL4R Q576R rs1801275 G AA -/-
    MeFV A744S i4000409 A CC -/-
    MeFV E148Q rs3743930 G CC -/-
    MeFV F479L i4000403 C GG -/-
    MeFV K695R i4000407 C TT -/-
    MeFV M680I rs28940580 G CC -/-
    MeFV M694I rs28940578 T CC -/-
    MeFV M694V i4000406 C TT -/-
    MeFV P369S rs11466023 A GG -/-
    MeFV R761H i4000410 T CC -/-
    STAT4 rs10181656 G CC -/-
    TNF -308 rs1800629 A GG -/-
    TNF -238 rs361525 A GG -/-
    TYR (MeFV) V726A rs28940879 A GG -/-
    SULFONOTRANSFERASE
    Gene & Variation rsID # Risk Allele Your Alleles & Results
    SULT1A1 rs35728980 G TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs1801030 C TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs1042157 A NO CALL
    SULT1A1 rs36043491 T CC -/-
    SULT1A1 rs60749306 C TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs9282862 C TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs1042008 A GG -/-
    SULT1A1 rs2925627 C TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs2925631 C TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs3020800 G AA -/-
    SULT1A1 rs4149385 T CC -/-
    SULT1A1 rs60701883 A CC -/-
    SULT1A1 rs4149381 G TT -/-
    SULT1A1 rs8057055 A CC -/-
    SULT1A1 rs6498090 A GG -/-
    SULT1A1 rs7193599 C AA -/-
    SULT1A1 rs7192559 T CC -/-
    SULT1A3 rs1059667 A TT -/-
    SULT2A1 rs296366 T CC -/-
    SULT2A1 rs296365 C GG -/-
    SULT2A1 rs11569679 T CC -/-
    SULT2A1 rs4149452 T CC -/-
    SULT2A1 rs8113396 G AA -/-
    SULT2A1 rs2547242 C TT -/-
    SULT2A1 rs2910393 T CC -/-
    SULT2A1 rs4149449 T CC -/-
    SULT2A1 rs2547231 C AA -/-
    SULT2A1 rs4149448 G AA -/-
    SULT2A1 rs11083907 A GG -/-
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    You see that chart?
    I was responsible for at least 10% of it.
    I help to form the back bone of mthfr support while Sterling Hill was its brain child

    I help educate health professionals how to intepret these charts.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    You see that chart?
    I was responsible for at least 10% of it.
    I help to form the back bone of mthfr support while Sterling Hill was its brain child

    I help educate health professionals how to intepret these charts.
    Cool, it's a mountain of data. I don't even know what to look at first. Hopefully you can start training Dr's in Texas, because there doesn't seem to be any on the MTHFRSupport page.

    Going for Bloodwork tomorrow:
    H. Pylori Antibodies, IgM, IgG, IgA
    Full Thyroid Profile (w/ ATA, TPO)
    Vitamin D
    Ceruloplasmin

    There was a cancellation for my Endo, so I was able to get an appointment this Friday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obliv View Post
    Cool, it's a mountain of data. I don't even know what to look at first. Hopefully you can start training Dr's in Texas, because there doesn't seem to be any on the MTHFRSupport page.

    Going for Bloodwork tomorrow:
    H. Pylori Antibodies, IgM, IgG, IgA
    Full Thyroid Profile (w/ ATA, TPO)
    Vitamin D
    Ceruloplasmin

    There was a cancellation for my Endo, so I was able to get an appointment this Friday.
    Have phone will travel..lol

    Its kind of cool when Dr lynch is asking you to take some of his cases
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.
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