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Thank you so much for your great work and informative info, Dr. Driscoll! 🙂 I have some questions after watching the video. You mentioned a web site/FB page where you could get help with the 23andme results. What was the name of that page? And the different tests you should ask your doctor about? How was mutations in the MTHFR gene related to thrombosis again? Sorry, brainfog… -:( I have results from 23andme and I ran them through dr. Amy Yasko’s site and found out that I am hetrozygous in both the MTHFR C677T and the MTHFR A1298C among other things. I also found out last year that I have mutations in the CYP-gene. Thus, the crazy effects/side effects of psych drugs and the lack of relief from pain meds 🙁 (The CYP test was taken at the doctors office as a blood test). Can you plase shed some light on these findings when it comes to CFS flow, pressure in the brain, thrombosis, etc. I would be grateful for your opinion concerning the scan below (UMRI). Could that possibly be a transverse sinus thrombosis?
Thanks! Greetings, MIssB x
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