Calling MTHFR Doctors

Finding MTHFR Doctors

Looking for MTHFR Doctors

Dear Healthcare Professional:

MTHFR mutations affect a significant amount of the population and the effects of MTHFR mutations are significant.

Those with MTHFR mutations have no referral network to find a physician who effectively works with all forms of MTHFR mutations.

If you work with MTHFR mutations, test for it, understand all the nuances and effectively improve the life of your patients and clients with MTHFR mutations, please comment below.

In your comment, please provide ALL of the following:

  1. Your Clinic Name
  2. Your Name
  3. Your Website URL
  4. City, State
  5. Paragraph of how you work with patients living with MTHFR mutations
  6. Your most used and recommended resources for MTHFR (websites, urls please)
  7. If you’d like to do a 20 minute recorded Podcast with Dr. Lynch and have it featured on MTHFR.net and your own website (at no cost).

Benefits to you:

  • Increased referrals
  • Knowing you are providing a much needed service for those with MTHFR mutations

Please share this article to all your colleagues and medical associations.

Thank you

Respectfully,

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ben Lynch
Founder, MTHFR.net

6 Responses to “Calling MTHFR Doctors”

  1. Pam January 9, 2015 at 4:26 pm #

    Jenny D.,

    Thanks so very much for providing access to the MD list.
    I had pretty much given up!

    Pam

  2. myles suehiro md January 11, 2015 at 2:37 pm #

    I am finding many dysfunctional students with MTHFR defects that improve with titrating
    methyl folate to their particular needs. Not all similar defects need the same dose. This may reflect the individual deficiency of neurotransmitters.

  3. Denise George January 18, 2017 at 5:41 pm #

    Hello Dr. Ben,

    I live in New Castle, Delaware & I tested positive for A1298C in 2006. I’m tired of doctor’s having no idea what I’m talking about or how to treat me. I’ve had doctor’s tell me (& prescribe) I need to take more Folic Acid. I’ve been blessed with 1 daughter but had 5 miscarriages. I have been unable to find a doctor who knows how to handle this problem or even what to do.

    I now have reason to believe I am over methylated and I have yet to find a doctor who knows what test(s) to run to find if I’m Over/Under Methylated & even with the results, I doubt they would know the treatment.

    Would you please email me & let me know if there is a doctor in Delaware who deals with MTHFR & the problems that occur & how to test & treat those problems. Also, would you let me know what tests should be done to find out if you are over methylated.

    I would be willing to let you know why I believe I’m over methylated in an email. I feel I should let you w I’m not only dealing with issues from MTHFR but I have hypothyroidism & Interstitial Cystitis.

    I sincerely would appreciate any help you can give me.

    Sincerely,
    Denise

  4. Kathleen Meyers March 20, 2017 at 8:54 pm #

    I would like a referral for a MD in Michigan that can assist with my homozygous MTHFR mutation (and also prothrombin mutation). I had a pulmonary embolism 1.5 months after having my first child post c-section. I’m a registered nurse and past clinical researcher.
    Many thanks,
    Kathleen

  5. Dr. Sarah Zielsdorf July 5, 2019 at 5:47 pm #

    Hello Dr. Lynch,

    I would be honored to work with you on a podcast.

    My name is Dr. Sarah Zielsdorf. I am an American Board of Internal Medicine certified physician, Institute For Functional Medicine certified practitioner, microbiologist and public health clinician, autoimmune thyroid (Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism) patient, wife, mother, and musician. I have been working on my own Dirty Genes and those of my patients via nutrigenomics for the last three years. Each patient brings its own unique set of circumstances. I have seen over 3,000 zebras in my clinic! I use laboratory data and SNP analysis to work with my patients on solutions to metabolic and diagnostic challenges in a holistic and comprehensive way, taking into account biochemical, genetic, and environmental individuality. I myself have compound heterozygous MTHFR mutation, and delving into my own past has clarified the importance of taking these mutations into account. In am looking at new testing methods and expanding my treatment plans every day! I support patients with autoimmunity, neuro-atypia, and patients at cardiovascular risk.

    I primarily use your site, http://mthfr.net/, and Dr. Yasko’s resources, https://www.dramyyasko.com/resources/ as well as https://www.snpedia.com, https://selfhacked.com/blog/nutrigenomics/, https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/, and many many more!

    Motivated Medicine, LLC
    Dr. Sarah Zielsdorf MD, MS
    http://www.motivatedmedicine.com
    Chicagoland, IL

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