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People with inherited or acquired thrombophilia are normally asymptomatic until blood clots forms. Therefore, if there is any family history, personal medical history, or pregnancy
People with thrombophilia have a higher tendency to form blood clots, hence they should adapt a healthy lifestyle by eating a balanced diet and regular
There are numerous risk factors that can contribute to the chance of developing deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Some risk factors are inherited and cannot be
The thrombotic risk DNA panel identifies the presence or absence of the following mutations which are associated with an increased risk for thrombophilia:
The thrombotic risk DNA test looks at variants in three genes: F5, F2 and MTHFR. Below is a description of how to interpret your results for these individual genes.