Conditions possibly related to MTHFR

This list has been compiled from many websites and medical papers. It looks like everything under the sun, doesn’t it? That is what my husband said. Then I asked him how many he had. He had none. I have 11.

If you see yourself in this list, maybe you should consider getting tested for the MTHFR mutation.

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Adrenal Fatigue/Insufficiency
Alzheimer’s
Anxiety
Atherosclerosis
Autism
Bipolar disorder
Blood clots
Cervical dysplasia
Chemical Sensitivity
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Circadian Rhythm Disorders
Cleft Palate
Colorectal Adenoma
Congenital Heart Defects
Decreased telomere length
Deficits in childhood cognitive development
Depression
Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma
Down’s syndrome
Elevated ammonia
Elevated homocysteine
Elevated monocytes %
Elevated uric acid
Epilepsy
Esophageal Squamous cell carcinoma
Essential Hypertension
Fibromyalgia
Gastric Cancer
Glaucoma
Glioma
Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
Heart Murmur
Idiopathic male infertility
Increased bone fracture risk in post-menopausal women
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Leaky Gut
Lip Tie
Low HDL
Meningioma
Migraines with aura
Miscarriages
Multiple Sclerosis
Oral Chelitis
Oral Clefts
Parkinson’s
Placental Abruption
Post-menopausal breast cancer
Pre-eclampsia
Premature Death
Primary Closed Angle Glaucoma
Prostate Cancer
Pulmonary embolisms
Rectal cancer
Schizophrenia
Spina bifida
Stroke
Tetralogy of Fallot
Tight Anal Sphincter
Tongue Tie
Type 1 Diabetes
Vascular Dementia

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3 thoughts on “Conditions possibly related to MTHFR

  1. This could explain why some of my family members seem to need a lot more B vitamins than others. It was bad enough trying to convince them that they should be tested for sleep apnea;THAT never happened. Now they should be tested for a genetic abnormality? Guess I should go first. We all have the depression and anxiety, two of four kids have some degree of tongue tie, one grandchild has tongue tie, and I have fibromyalgia. Yish.

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