Thrombotic Risk DNA Panel (F5, F2, MTHFR)
Find out if you are at increased risk of thrombosis.
- Thrombophilia is a condition where the blood has an increased tendency to form clots
- Every year, more people die from a blood clotting problem than breast cancer and AIDS combined
- Thrombophilia can lead to complications during pregnancy
- If you are overweight, inactive or a smoker you are at an even higher risk
- Simple mouth swab DNA test with results in 1 – 2 weeks
he genes most commonly associated with thrombosis are Factor V (F5), Factor II prothrombin (F2) and MTHFR. Mutations found in each of these three genes cause abnormal blood clotting.
About Thrombotic Risk DNA Testing
What genes are associated with thrombophilia? Which genes and mutations are tested in the Thrombotic Risk DNA Panel? What type of sample is required for testing?
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