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JJ29
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Would appreciate hearing about your experience with him. Please send me a pm if you wish.

Thank you.

JJ

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i am having a consult next week with him...
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Let us know how it goes. I think I would like to consult with the doctor from this site because he uses Yasko's tests with all 30 mutations.

http://www.heartfixer.com/AMRI-Nutrigenomics.htm

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old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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Thanks, sk8ter .....would love to hear your thoughts after ypu speak with him.....can you share through a pm his fee for a consult?

Nefferdun, I want to thank you for your posts regarding your experience with MTHFR, they have been very helpful......are you still improving on the MTHFR supplements?

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Have mthfr and llnd says that I'm on b12 methylcobalime shots should be ok.nothing else, pushing llmd appt next week.

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I am doing ok. I am not on any drugs right now except heparin shots to thin my blood. My primary symptom is lack of oxygen; breathlessness whenever I exert myself. I am going to see Dr. F next week.

When I get the methyl cycle test results (in ten weeks or so) then I will know a lot more.

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Thanks, LymeinPutnam......are you treating low or high b12 with the shots, and if so is your folate low or high as well?


Thanks Nefferden for the update.....can you share again what supplements you are on for the MTHFR issue.....I remember you saying that they were helping, if I'm not mistaken.

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