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|mthfr 677 mutation||0.13||0.4||1051||48|
|mthfr 677c t heterozygous||1.56||0.6||8446||16|
|mthfr 677 ga||0.73||0.4||3032||68|
|factor 5 mthfr||1.59||0.7||3462||93|
|5 mthfr gene mutation symptoms||1.49||0.9||6020||16|
|5 mthfr mutation||0.29||0.1||8645||24|
|5 mthfr supplement||0.91||1||663||88|
MTHFR mutations lead to very severe problems in the human body, such as MTHFR blood clotting disorder and anxiety. This is a condition in which the MTHFR gene is defective in its normal duties, which can lead to cardiovascular problems, miscarriages, psychological problems, even physical problems, and it has been associated with some cancers.What is Factor 5 disorder?
Factor V Leiden, also called FVL, is a disorder that keeps your blood from clotting like it should. It comes from your genes. That means you were born with a gene mutation that causes it. You can get it from one or both of your parents. American Society of Hematology: "Blood Clots." CDC: "Venous Thromboembolism (Blood Clots)."What does the MTHFR gene mutation cause?
As mentioned previously, a defect in the MTHFR gene can cause an abnormally high level of homocysteine in your tissues. High levels of homocysteine are associated with cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, glaucoma, ischemic stroke, and atherosclerosis.What is Factor 5 testing?
The factor V (five) assay is a blood test to measure the activity of factor V. This is one of the proteins in the body that helps the blood clot. A blood sample is needed. No special preparation is needed. When the needle is inserted to draw blood, some people feel moderate pain.