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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebails View Post
    Hi Rainbow,

    I cant believe I missed your message. Thank you for replying. I am still being told to take folic acid by my doc but I have not bought it yet as I still feel a bit uneasy about it. May I ask who did you talk to to get this information and to know what to take?
    Sorry just a couple more questions. I had a look at that pic you uploaded and went to t hey website. The ingredients on the back only say folate and B6. Where do you get your B12 from?
    Also there is 3mg of Folate, my doc said I needed 5? Do you if it makes much of a difference. I guess I could take extra each day.

    Thank you so much for your help. I have been so unsure and my husbands gets sick of me bringing it up. He just wants me to either listen to the docs or feel comfortable with my decision. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Thanks
    Hey hun did you end up finding that stuff?

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    Default MTHFR Ladies!!

    I read that homozygous c677t is the most severe form of mthfr.

    With MTHFR, there are two different genes identified for this mutation, and it's possible to be "heterozygous," "compound heterozygous," or "homozygous." The MTHFR gene mutation has varying degrees of possible implications. The order of potential severity from most to least is:
    1. C677T & C677T (Two C Copies - C677T Homozygous)
    2. C677T & A1298C (One Copy of Each The C & A - Compound Heterozygous)
    3. C677T (One C Copy - C677T Heterozygous)
    4. A1298C & A1298C (Two A Copies - A1298C Homozygous)
    5. A1298C (One A Copy - A1298C Heterozygous)
    Last edited by CinderElla88; 05-12-2014 at 21:55.


 

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