Join the 'Genetic' group to help and get support from people like you.
We found 26 questions associated with the 'Genetic' topic.
Posted 12 Aug 2013 by SJACadet • 3 answers
My mum has IBS and over the last two years I have been getting some of the IBS symptoms pointed out by the NHS Choices website. I just wanted to know if I possibly might of inherited IBS.
Posted 3 Nov 2016 by Kara2016 • 1 answer
I am a 40 year old female with no genetic predisposition for blood clots. On 9/4/16 I had a sclerotherapy to treat varicose veins on my left calf and three weeks after that I developed a superficial blood clot and DVT which is attached high in my tigh. The doctor told me I should be on the medicine ...
Posted 7 Aug 2016 by Andrea1954 • 0 answers
... "Birdshot"..aka: Retinochoroidopathy?? Was diagnosed almost 4 mos. ago and need all !the support I can find. Am seeing the best doctors at least so not looking for medical advice... just a very hard to cope with illness~ Thanks ;)
Posted 30 May 2016 by ypul • 1 answer
From what I know the causes of alopecia aretea are either hormones, genetics or stress. The curious thing about my case is that I started going bald when I was 17, my older brother also started going bald when he was 17, so did my father and his father. Can this be explained through genetics? Do ...
Thallous Chloride, Tl-201 - How many of these tests are to many. Found not for patient , being used?
Posted 27 May 2016 by heartstrong • 0 answers
... for questionable research they call gene therapy to cure cardiovascular disease and raidiation helps new genetic material take better so sad
Posted 3 Apr 2016 by Username19 • 0 answers
... endocrinologist help me? Plus I've heard that the pills an endocrinologist gives you can give you cancer. Is this true?
Posted 20 Mar 2016 by HeatherB814 • 0 answers
My boyfriend has severe Pectus Excavatum that has caused health problems and he is awaiting a long overdue corrective surgery. He inherited it from his father and grandfather, and his sister also has a mild case. As far as I know, I do not have any cases in my family and it is only a problem on his ...
Posted 26 Feb 2016 by weezie056 • 1 answer
I had a 2nd degree relative who had unexplained sudden death age 46. I am 56 and am taking Fluoxatine. Should I continue to take this medication? Can it induce LQT? Or is it likely to be genetic?
Posted 27 Feb 2016 by muonngumotgiac • 0 answers
What is the special thing, that make people decided to use HeLa cells, but not the other human cancerous cells or cancerous cells from another people
Posted 27 Nov 2015 by elllerose • 0 answers
The inside of my tooth thinks the enamel is bad so its trying to get rid of it. Meanwhile i get cavities and crowns all the time its finally gotten diagnosed over the summer but my teeth and i do mean all of them throb they hurt so bad i have to clench my jaw open not to grind my teeth. Does ...
Posted 6 Oct 2015 by dwynjanicec • 1 answer
Blood test was done and dr found i have a genetic mutation that does not allow my medications (for severe depression/anxiety) to "break the blood barrier" to my brain and hence, why i continue to suffer. They prescribed a folic acid called Deplin that "broke the blood barrier" ...
Posted 13 Dec 2014 by StephanieAlice • 4 answers
I had my first Genesight test done yesterday - it's supposed to give me a definite psych diagnosis, which my new doc thinks I need because I've had so many bad reactions to medications that are supposed to be helpful for people with Major Depression. She also did a pain management ...
Posted 12 Jun 2015 by slipperysoap • 1 answer
I have been on the genetic wellbutrin sr for 4 days at 150mgs. The first day..full of energy, now not so much. Negative thoughts have returned and again becoming distant. What is wrong?
Posted 9 Apr 2015 by dreading • 1 answer
I have had colon cancer and need to have a colonoscopy every two years due to a genetic condition. Too much stress and the prep just makes it worse. So, does the Suprep really have a tolerable taste?