23andme Can finally give consumers answers to genetic information on potential health issues. Any one interested in finding if they carry a genetic link for Alzheimer's must specifically request the results. The price of testing has gone from $99 and $199 to $199 for all testing done.
Here are my chances of winning the grand prize in the POWERBALL lottery are 1 in 292,201,338. LINK My chances of actually having a genetic disability caused by TWO COPIES of the H63d genes causing HEREDITARY HEMOCHROMATOSIS are 1 in 4. LINK I guess I give up on winning the cash lottery in this lifetime and just... Continue Reading →
Part of accepting I have a chronic illness has been learning to hide it from the world. 🐵🙈🙉🙊🐒 I have blood removed in pints and tubes.🤡💉🍷 I have fluids replaced though bags called "banana bags". 🍌🙊 I feel awful 23.5 hours of every day. 🦄☂️🛌 My pharmacist and I are on a first name basis!⛑🌡💊... Continue Reading →
Karma? What exactly is Karma? Is it sharing a lifetime of medical knowledge through experience from a patient or is it b***s#!*ing your way through life? Way back when I was actually younger than dirt and my kids were still living at home I was diagnosed with depression. I may have had symptoms overlapping those... Continue Reading →
Feel free to contact me at my email firstname.lastname@example.org or request your comment not be published. I want to discuss how being diagnosed with HH has effected your relationships, especially within your family? Did they want to hear it? Did they believe you? I have updated my about me section to explain more about my... Continue Reading →
(It's Important for those with H63d Hemochromatosis alleles to take note as dementia is a major concern.) Dementia can occur in various forms, such as vascular dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and Huntington’s disease. The most common type which occurs in about 60-80% of cases is Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is progressive if the cause of the issue... Continue Reading →
http://rickssnp.weebly.com/23andme-results-reader.html Here is the personal website of a Facebook friend which offers a great explanation on how to decode the mysterious report you may have received in you genetic testing results from 23andme.com. Rick's site also offers valuable advice on Hemochromatosis. The 23andme.com site offers ancestry information along with genetic testing. Many other websites offer... Continue Reading →