Please be aware that this test will not diagnose Mild Cognitive Impairment, Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease - that is the job of your doctor or primary care provider (PCP). But it will inform you about your risk and what you can do about it. Knowing your blood homocysteine level further informs you regarding risk. It is worth knowing because specific nutritional and lifestyle changes lower homocysteine and reduce risk. We will let you know what prevention action to take when you’ve completed your test.
The results of this test may indicate that you have mild cognitive impairment or the first signs of a memory problem. Are you ready to proceed with the test?