i'm new to this forum..but have been reading ur posts since i've been diagnosed with homozygous MTHFR c6777t mutation..it's nice to know there r others to share with them my thoughts and experience with this mutation..just wanted to say for u..don't ever think that if u have this (and i have the worst kind) u can't have babies...i have 2 beautiful kids..a girl and a boy..even before i knew anything about MTHFR...so there's definitely hope...although i also had 3 miscarriages for unknown reasons...after the baby had a heartbeat, i would have an apt. with my ob/gyn and there would be no heartbeat...devastating..the last m/c was at 13 weeks...that was nearly 10 months ago...and then i decided 2 search for reasons since my doctor dismissed the matter as "normal"..
wanted to ask if anyone has a red netlike skin on their arms ..it's not itchy nor it hurts just a blotchy appearance on the skin..i've had it for some months now and looking it up on the web..i learned it's called llivedo reticularis and it's due to blood that is trapped in the superficial arteries under the skin...related to clotting problems..
has anyone had this???
does it go away?
i have started myself on baby aspirin and folgard..waiting for apt. with a hematologist..
will keep u posted!!
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05-17-2011, 12:14 AM #1abbouraRegistered Userhas no status.
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Welcome to the forum! I have not been diagnosed with this problem, but I have also had three miscarriages. We eventually turned to donor embryos. Did you have to request this particular test? Good luck to you!Suffered from infertility for 5 years. Trying to help others through all I have learned along the way....www.pcosnaturaltreatment.com
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