MTHFR: How Does It Happen? Why me?

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!

 

 

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