What is says in the fine print of my results is that I have the MTHFR;p A222V (MTHFR;c 665C>T) Heterozygous form of mutation… which after a little research I found out is the MTHFR C667T gene.
In mild MTHFR deficiency, the most commonly associated variant is the C->T sequence change at nucleotide 677, called MTHFR C677T (standard nomenclature c.665C>T)
Referring back to my post 'The MTHFR Gene Mutation'…
Heterozygous: means you have one copy of either the 677 mutation, or the 1298 mutation, plus a normal one from the other parent.
Im not sure what this means in terms of my recovery, as I don't have the two defective genes it's a possibility that I might be one of those who heal at a quicker rate? Im not going to speculate on that to much though and I am going to still be realistic in terms of my recovery and aim for full recovery in a year and a half. Though less than a year would be mighty fine indeed!
My start date for TSW is in 3 days, Monday 7th April! Yikes!! See you on the other side…