MTHFR gene mutations may lead to less methylation in your body. Less methylation means that a variety of complex biochemical processes can be altered over time, leading to health problems.
Since everyone is unique, (for example family history, lifestyle, diet etc..) symptoms arising from MTHFR mutations vary from person to person.
Some specific conditions that have been proposed to be associated with MTHFR may include:
Heightened reaction to allergens
Decreased immune function
High Homocysteine levels
Mental Health issues
Seeking Health cannot suggest, treat, or diagnose. Since there are many other factors involved, it is best to work with a qualified healthcare professional to determine your methylation/MTHFR status.