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Need help with hla genes

I’m very curious if I have the mold detox mutations snp’s. Hla snp’s I think they are. Is there a package for this? Is it free or paid? Can someone explain what I need to do?
Thanks

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Hla
Go to Livewello then click on Genetics and search for “mold”.
One good link will be
https://livewello.com/library/mold-chronic-inflammatory-response-syndrome-cirs-moldhla-drb1-hla-dqb1-hla-drb3-hla-drb4-none-hla-drb5-5040?id=6348719862054912

You will pull up a list of SNPs, at the top of the list will be a button saying “install template” after you do this click on “view report”. This will show you which SNPs you have a variance on. I am mostly green with 2 yellow, no red. That doesn’t tell the whole story. There are other SNP’s not listed that may affect you and green only means you have the most common allele which sometimes is not the best one.
A review by a health care provider well versed in genetics is a good idea.

Nope, that template is wrong.

I got the blood test from LabCorp, “HLA DRB1,3,4,5,DQB1 (IR)”. Then I went through Shoemaker’s “Rosetta Stone.” I’m have #2 and #3 of the top ‘dreaded gene combinations’ as he puts it.

I lost my condo to mold - not black mold but basic rotting wood mold. Had Lyme. Had a TON of gut bugs. Have something else but can’t afford the prescription (My co-pay is ~$200 for 8 pills of “maintenance therapy”, so that is a 1-month supply.)

Now if I go near mold, instant head-rushes, my hair falls out, face peels, and personality changes hit. The other underlying condition for me has to do w/ blood/brain barrier type cells mutating - but that’s only to explain the personality changes. From mere mildew in a shower! Black mold exposure gives me instant ‘dementia’ like symtpoms. Getting lost in my neighborhood, unable to understand what “in two days” means.

Just establishing some “authority” on the matter before I make the claim:

Nothing matched up for me using this template.

As far as I can tell, these don’t account for deletions - you have to “add the gene” but what if the measure is “the gene is missing?”

I don’t understand it honestly. I just ordered the official lab test, paid ~$600 for it, the PhD over at LabCorp confirmed to my MD (at that time) that I was “Multi-susceptible”, which confirmed what the so-called “Rosetta Stone” illuminated.

I’d suggest getting the test.

Sending all my wishes that you don’t have it. :black_heart: