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    Now what?? please advise on MTHFR post pregnancy

    I am curious as to what to do with this diagnoses now. I had my son last April, and through the entire pregnancy was labeled high risk, and I received extremely great care. Now It seems I have been forgotten about. No one has advised me on what to do or take. I am hetero for the MTHFR C677T. Are any of you seeking out specialists? Thank you for listening I just wish my family doctor was more of a help Thanks again....Noel


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    Hi Noel,

    The heparin/lovenox is continued for 6 weeks postpartum. The folgard and BA is continued for the rest of your life. HTH,
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    Pecan nailed it!


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    Hi - Does anyone know if b/a & folgard are safe while breastfeeding?
    Thanks!


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