Reproductive health, male and female fertility - discuss your results

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Reproductive health, male and female fertility - discuss your results

Post by Moderator » Sun Dec 09, 2018 12:57 pm

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HPV, Cervical Cancer, Female
Risk of human papillomavirus persistence and progression to CIN3/cancer
Your risk of developing uterine fibroids
Male Infertility
Non-obstructive azoospermia.
Male Infertility
Sperm development.
Endometriosis, Female
Endometriosis and uterine fibroids, Female
Endometriosis
Menopause, Female
Timing of Menopause
Testosterone, Male
Testosterone levels in men decline after puberty with age.
Testosterone, Male
Placental abruption, Female
Placental abruption, Factor V Leiden, Blood Clots
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), Female
Preeclampsia, Female
Preeclampsia, HELLP Syndrome
Neural Tube Defects, MTHFR C677T
FSHB. Follicle stimulating hormones in males. Reproductive endocrinology.
FSHB. Follicle stimulating hormones in females. Reproductive endocrinology.
Likelihood of giving birth to fraternal (dizygotic) twins. Dizygotic twins are the result of two eggs being fertilized by two separate sperm. Non identical twins.

You may discover you have a result which tells you that “people with your genotype” have one result that appears to conflict with a result on a similar subject matter. For example you may receive a result saying “people with your genotype have curlier hair", then also get “people with your genotype have straighter hair". One of these may be dominant over the other and therefore you may express only one of these traits; even though you carry the other as well. This is especially relevant to hair and eye colour results.

For some diseases we have used more than one marker to asses results, so you may see “people with your genotype have a higher risk of" - while also having a lower risk for the same condition on a different marker. These genosets work in unison. Environmental and lifestyle factors are also an influence on the risks of developing a disease. If you have any concerns you should consult a medical practitioner - these results are not diagnostic, they are useful as a guide to risk factors.
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Re: Reproductive health, male and female fertility - discuss your results

Post by Sulevia » Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:51 pm

I did not include all my results as there are so many, for example, there are five results for endometriosis alone. For some of the endometriosis ones I am low risk and others high risk, I'd be interested in hearing what other women get for those ones.
Also like the "Twin" report, my maternal grandmother was a non identical twin (the type that isn't a random event like identical twins and tends to run in families). My mother and maternal aunt both carry one of the mutations which influence having twins, but I don't have those markers.
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Re: Reproductive health, male and female fertility - discuss your results

Post by tdd85 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:22 pm

Risk of human papillomavirus persistence and progression to CIN3/cancer

Females with your genotype who have contracted the human papilloma virus have increased risk of persistence and progression to CIN3/cancer.

Your risk of developing uterine fibroids

Females with your genotype have typical odds of developing uterine fibroids.


Your risk of developing uterine fibroids

Females with your genotype typical odds of developing uterine fibroids.

Your risk of developing uterine fibroids

Females with your genotype have typical odds of developing uterine fibroids.

Non-obstructive azoospermia.

Men with your genotype have slightly higher odds of low sperm count.

Endometriosis

Women with your genotype have slightly higher odds of endometriosis.

Endometriosis

Women with your genotype have average odds of endometriosis.

Endometriosis

Women with your genotype have average odds of endometriosis.

Endometriosis

Women with your genotype have average odds of developing endometriosis.

Endometriosis

Women with your genotype have average odds of developing endometriosis.

Timing of Menopause

Women with your genotype have average odds of developing early menopause.

Testosterone levels in men decline after puberty with age.

Men with your genotype have about 3% lower levels of circulating testosterone.
(I had my blood drawn at the doctor's office a couple days ago and according to my test results, my testosterone level was 207 ng/dl which at my age, 27, appears to be pretty low)

Testosterone levels in men decline after puberty with age.

Men with your genotype have moderately higher odds of having low testosterone levels.

Placental abruption, Factor V Leiden, Blood Clots

Women with your genotype have do not have factor V Leiden and have average odds of placental abruption.

PCOS

Women with your genotype have slightly lower odds of developing PCOS.

PCOS

Women with your genotype have slightly lower odds of developing PCOS.

PCOS

Women with your genotype have average odds of developing PCOS.

Preeclampsia, HELLP Syndrome

Women with your genotype do not have the mutation associated with this condition and therefore have average odds of developing early-onset HELLP Syndrome.

MTHFR is involved in folate metabolism, it may be that women with an A at both copies
of rs1801133 need higher levels of folate (L-Methylfolate - a natural form of vitamin B9)
in order to prevent neural tube defects. Women should ideally begin taking L-Methylfolate
at least 3 months before conception.

Women with your genotype have moderately increased odds of having a child with a neural tube defect. MTHFR C677T (Risk Allele: A).
Women with your genotype are homozygous, with two A’s at rs1801133 and may benefit from taking the natural form of Folate, (L-Methylfolate - a natural form of vitamin B9) as a supplement and avoid taking Folic Acid (the synthetic form, which may be harder for you to process).
MTHFR C677T (Risk Allele: A) The C677T mutation is associated with elevated homocysteine, implicated in heart disease, increased risk of stroke, increased risk of deep vein thrombosis, peripheral neuropathy, placental vascular problems (stillbirth), preeclampsia, neural tube defects and cleft lip.


Normal

Men with your genotype have normal serum levels of FSHB.


Normal

Women with your genotype have a normal risk of infertility


Spontaneous Dizygotic Twinning and Female Fertility. Higher odds.

Women with your genotype have higher odds of giving birth to Dizygotic twins. Dizygotic twinning occurrences have large regional variations, from 6 per 1,000 births in Asia to 40 per 1,000 births in Africa.
Monozygotic twinning occurs around the world at a constant rate of around 3 to 4 per 1,000 births. DZ twinning may be considered a marker of high fertility, as it reflects the frequency of double ovulation.


Male Infertility
no call rs955988 : Your genome file does not contain the SNP for this marker so your result is a no call.
Male Infertility
no call rs35576928 : Your genome file does not contain the SNP for this marker so your result is a no call.
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