Two of the most troublesome mutations that can occur are C677T and A1298C. Various combinations of these genes can be passed on from each parent.
– Homozygous: the same gene passed on from both parents – either one – C677T mutation, or the A1298C mutation.
– Heterozygous: one parent passed on the C677T mutation or the A1298C mutation but the other parent passed on a normal gene.
– Compound Heterozygous: one parent passed on the C677T mutation and the other passed on the A1298C mutation.
If both parents pass on a healthy gene, a person won’t have a mutation at all.
Associated Diseases. Plus Endometriosis, Adenomyosos, PCOS, Fibroids and more:
Just because you have the mutation/s, does not mean you have to suffer!