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    D110H Mutation

    Hello everyone!
    My daughter was diagnosed with CF- D110H and other very rare mutation of I class through prenatal screening. She has boarderline sweat test results. Is 9 months old with no clinical symptoms. Has never been ill.
    Does anyone have the same D110 H mutation ?
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    My daughter has D110h

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeannie85 View Post
    My daughter has D110h
    How is she? Has she developed any of the symptomes?

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    She is 6 and is doing well. No GI symptoms at all. She has never been hospitalized or needed antibiotics for anything CF related. Has only had a few ear infections. She has been on Kalydeco for almost 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeannie85 View Post
    She is 6 and is doing well. No GI symptoms at all. She has never been hospitalized or needed antibiotics for anything CF related. Has only had a few ear infections. She has been on Kalydeco for almost 2 years.
    I am happy for you. Unfortunately Kalydeco is not approved in my country. Do you know any other children/adults who have the same mutation? I am interested how people who are not taking Kalydeco are feeling?

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    Thanks. There was a woman on here who said she had these mutations but I don’t remember her name. I believe she was fairly healthy when we had chatted on here. And I don’t know if she was on Kalydeco or not. I wish it would get approved for where you live!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeannie85 View Post
    Thanks. There was a woman on here who said she had these mutations but I donít remember her name. I believe she was fairly healthy when we had chatted on here. And I donít know if she was on Kalydeco or not. I wish it would get approved for where you live!!
    Thank u! Wish u and your daughter the very best. I hope thay will stay asymptomatic forever

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