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ADHD and COMT/MTHFR/MTRR : promethease

Hi! I am a 27-year-old male with ADHD and generalized anxiety. Due to financial reasons, I am currently off my methylphenidate medication, which I intend to return to in the future. Currently, I am researching ways to address my condition from a genetic standpoint. Back in 2020 I have taken…

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Hairloss 23andme vs promethease discrepancy? : promethease

So I put in my dna to promethease to view my balding gene risk and saw that pretty much every single one was negative, but on 23andme, it said I had a 81% of no hairloss and 92% no bald spot? Also, 23andme said I had more positive genes for…

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Is it possible to download the report from promethease to share with a genetic counselor? I’m trying but cannot figure out how to convert from html. : promethease

Thank you. Yes, I downloaded the zip file and extracted into my files. When I share the address in the url bar it sends a link that cannot be opened by the reciever. With other files I can usually send the file to print and save in pdf format but…

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BRCA1 rs16942 result : promethease

Hello, My my has just been diagnosed with breast cancer, otherwise we don’t have a significant family history. I know that my dna shows a mutation in BRCA1 at rs16942, specifically an A,G allele, carrying a slightly increased risk (cumulative). I don’t have any other mutations according to Promethease on…

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Does anyone here use promethease? How can one person show double the amount of SNPs compared to another person? : genetics

Hi. I’m not a professional by any means, but I really love genetics and hope to maybe even go back to school for it eventually. Until then, all I really have for tools to learn things is the internet, and I can’t complain since there’s great sites and tools, but…

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Promethease report : promethease

Recently purchased a promethease report, and was surprised to find that a significant gene mutation was not included anywhere in the report. Subsequent search, found it had been rated a 0 in terms of magnitude – yet we know this is not the case. Does this report only include known…

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So much is inaccurate and no opportunity to improve the data by feeding back the results : promethease

OK, it was initially disappointing that my Promethease report is a dearth of seriously bad news. Yet, when I look at it in more depth, it’s all nonsense based on the researchers’ misunderstanding of statistical significance. What’s annoying is that there’s no request for corroborations for some of these genetic…

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Multiple risk alleles for B27 syndromes and specifically crohns, how concerned should I be? : promethease

I’ve had a couple or bouts of week-long diarrhoea this past month and my girlfriend and mum have been saying it could be crohns. I’m 31 years old so I’d be quite old to develop crohns (although not impossible) and besides a few foods which occasionally cause me acute, short…

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Is uploading basic 23andMe raw data better than their health report service? : promethease

I’m looking to get the best bang for my buck in understanding my DNA test. I’m looking at 23andMe and see that the basic setup is fairly cheap right now. I was told that I could get the basic test done and upload raw data to Promethease to get a…

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legit or not? : promethease

I was looking for rs1800497(T;T) in my latest report ran 11/2021 using the same ancestry v2 data that i ran in 2018. Oddly enough, it’s no longer listed in my new report, but is prominently displayed in my 2018 report at magnitude 4. I heard elsewhere that if it’s in…

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Thank you Promethease! : promethease

Promethease may have saved my life. I stumbled across Promethease while searching to web for a cheaper alternative to the mainstream ‘Health’ DNA tests, I was curious about what my raw data from Ancestry could tell me about my health- especially because of my previous Thyroid cancer diagnosis. I couldn’t…

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Health report via Promethease? Is it good? : 23andme

I was a bit disappointed when I found out that the Health + Ancestry kit cannot be shipped to all EU countries. I live in Romania, which is not on the list of eligible countries (only Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden and the Netherlands are). But after more digging on the…

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Question regarding interpretation of promethease results : DNA

Prefacing with I am not asking for medical advice and I have a blood test on Wednesday as the first step towards a possible diagnosis which my insurance is requiring before they will pay for the endoscopy. I am almost 100% certain I have undiagnosed celiac disease based on my…

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upload ancestry dna to gedmatch

That fee is less expensive than retesting, but V4 customers should consider retesting to obtain fully compatible matching. By Brad Bergan. GEDmatch users may upload their autosomal DNA test data from commercial DNA companies to identify … Like 23and Me, it shows the proportion of your DNA from a particular…

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Snp and a disease in the family : promethease

I hope any of this is of use to you: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/snp/rs121434448?horizontal_tab=true#frequency_tab There is only one publication associated with this area and it is linked on that site – but here is the full version: academic.oup.com/hmg/article/7/11/1671/2355991 & CORRECTION: academic.oup.com/hmg/article/7/12/1987/581729 It’s rather unfortunate that there have been no more recent studies into…

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