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Effects of mtfhr gene heterozygous c/t over time? Most effective treatment folic acid or it's metabolite?
Unknown: I do not entirely understand your question (what does c/t over time mean?). The mtfhr gene mutation is associated with coronary artery disease. It is not clear if Folic Acid helps. It would be helpful to see an internist or a cardiologist to discuss risk reduction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will an amino acid formula interfere with synthroid (thyroxine). For example GNC amino acid formula?
Do all mthfr gene mutations benefit from folate over folic acid? Or certain stands? Is there different treatment for heterozygous v homozygous?
My breakfast has 10g of fibre 15g protein, 25% vitamin a, 10% vitamin c, 14% calcium, 62% iron, 40%vitamin E, 36%niacin, 43% folate (folic acid) is that healthy ?
Reasonable but...: All of those sound reasonable but in order to know if it si healthy I would like to know how much carbohydrates, sugars and fats and what type of fats. Also, is the Vitamin E natural (d-alpha tocopherol) or synthetic (dl-alpha tocopheral)- synthetic may be harmful. Does it contain GMO's? Is it organic? If not, it may have significant pesticide residues. Consider adding fresh fruit and/or nuts. ...Read more
Which is the best prenatal pills that contains all the important ingredient including folic acid & DHA ( omegas 3)
Icd-9 code for swallowing carwax, gasoline, hydrogen peroxide and 15mg of doral tablets? And what is the cpt code?
What essential amino acids do we have? The sources varies... 8, 9, 10? And is arginine essential? Is taurine amino acid and essential?
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Can i substitute Propranalol 40mg with derivative Betalol 40mg (Reg.No 120/32)Berlin Pharmaceutical Industry Co Ltd Thailand as10mg Prop is sold here?
Maybe: I would discuss this further with your doctor who is likely more familiar with these formulations. ...Read more
Heterozygous for MTHFR, have high Protein C & Fact, VIII. Taking 3mg methylfolate for 3 mo, homocysteine normal . Reason to follow up w. hematologist?
No: Forgive my frankness. Most of us pathologists do not believe in this MTHFR screening being promoted by a lab to physicians worried about liability. A majority of folks test "abnormal" and are then offered questionable vitamin supplements. Reference ranges arbitrarily put several percent of healthies outside; high protein C and factor VIII are not worrisome especially if you feel well. ...Read more
Diagnosed homozygous for MTHFR mutation, proscribed 5mg Folic acid. Should I be taking Methylfolate instead?? What about B6 & B12?
Teofarma tationil glutathione 1500mg iv is that a authentic?others told that teofarma only produce only 600mg per vials
It is a bit shady: I would not advise you to take glutathione for any reason as it is a worthless medicine...so I would say it is not authentic, to use your words. ...Read more
Will a multivitamin containing 400 mcg of folic acid interfere with the efficacy of l-methylfolate as an ssri adjunct for a homozygous tt mthfr?
Not at all: The homozygous mthfr mutation limits your cells' ability to activate the dietary Folic Acid and the Folic Acid in the multivit. The l-methylfolate is the active form of Folic Acid and can go right to work improving your neurotransmitter synthesis. But the mthfr mutations may also interfere with your complete utilization b12, ask you doctor if you need active b12, methylcobalamin, as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For which deficiencies we use each of vitamin a, b, c, d, e, k please tell me for which cases we use each vitamin for patients?
Many manifestations: Deficiencies of each vitamin (in the case of b, 7 separate vitamins) can cause a wide variety of symptoms and health problems. They give us very limited space here but this website has reliable information on the problems caused by each of these deficiencies: http://www.Healthsupplementsnutritionalguide.Com/vitamin-deficiency-symptoms.Html. ...Read more
My baby formula (guigoz nestle) contain linolenic & alpha linolenic acid, does it consider sufficient precurser for dha,there is no pure DHA in compos?
Formula: From what I have read, these formulas usually the extras added to the DHA already in there. Look on the ingredients, and/or check with your pediatrician ...Read more
Is anyone using "counsyl" test for alleles for tetramethyohydrofolate reductase alleles (gives up to 50% "heterozygotes") to guide rx?
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