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Folic Acid Deficiency - I have some mutation in a gene MTHF5 I think that's it. The doctor?

Posted 30 Aug 2016 by RB5455 2 answers

... prescribed Deplin. 15 mg. Is there a generic maker for Deplin? Why is the L methyl folate in Deplin different then the folic acid could get from the pharmacy? I certainly seem to be feeling better well I'm taking it but it is way beyond my cost allowance

Is the Vitamin B-12 in Folbee methylcobalamin?

Posted 27 Feb 2014 by Ruth McDonald 1 answer

In patients with the MTHFR mutation require methylcobalamin, rather than cynocoboalamin, due to absorption issues, among other things. Which type of Vitamin B-12 is used in the Folbee medication?

Does Deplin work on OCD?

Posted 22 May 2013 by empire5sb 1 answer

My new psychiatrist is considering putting me on Deplin as soon as my blood test for the MTHFR gene comes back (if it come back positive that is). I have severe obsessive compulsive disorder. Ive tried seven different antidepressants. The first one (Zoloft) worked for only 2 years-the 6 other ...

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) - I have a genetic mutation C677T, which makes me associated with an?

Posted 12 Mar 2012 by peluso 1 answer

... increased risk for hyperhomocysteinemia and venous thrombosis, my docotor was aware of this before pacemaker surgery , was he spposed to give me heprin before or right after surgery, he did not and I have DVT in my subclavian down to my elbow, he never gave me heperin even after I had my ultra ...

Help. My 16 yr old son just started taking Deplin and he says it makes him nauseous?

Posted 26 Mar 2012 by mattolly 1 answer

Is this possible? He's taking it because of MTHFR issues, and his doctor says that it may help alleviate some of his anxieties and attention issues as well. But he has lost 10 lbs in the first 3 weeks of taking it. Any thoughts?

Metanx - What is hyperhomocysteinemia?

Posted 27 Aug 2009 by hammertime 1 answer

I have perephial nueropathy- is this drug for this?

Hyperhomocysteinemia - My homocysreine level remains high (13.8-14)in spite of taking methylfolate?

Posted 6 Aug 2009 by stanfox1 1 answer

... 4800 mcg/day, 100 mg/day of pyridoxyl-5-phosphate (B6), 3000mcg of methyl cobalamine (B12), 6000mg trimethylglycine(TMG) and 2 B50 B-complex/day.Consume raw fruits&fruits every day and minimal eggs,chicken&wild salmon. Can you advise how to lower homocysteine?

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