Genetic Report Consultation
Get a personalized health consultation with a trusted doctor or nurse practitioner based on your DNA and health history.
$25 for your first visit!Start Visit Today
23andMe Health Service or Health + Ancestry Service is required to use this service. Don’t have 23andMe Health + Ancestry Service? Order here. Current Ancestry + Traits Service customer upgrade from within your 23andMe account.
How it works
Answer Confidential Assessment and share your 23andMe Health Reports
Tell us about your medical history, prescriptions, and your 23andMe Health Reports for a more seamless experience and more personalized recommendations.
Consult virtually with a member of our expert medical team
A doctor or nurse practitioner will review your information and connect with you over the phone. Average consult is 20 minutes long.
Receive a personalized care plan
You’ll receive personalized health care recommendations to your Lemonaid inbox based on your medical history and 23andMe Health Reports.
Our trusted doctors and nurse practitioners can help you understand how your genetics may impact your future health. Your post-consult recommendations may include:
- Customized preventative screening plan (e.g. mammograms, colorectal screenings)
- Labwork (e.g. diagnostic blood work and tests)
- Lifestyle changes or treatment (e.g. nutrition changes or follow up provider visits to manage cholesterol)
Pharmacogenetics Reports may be discussed when appropriate for your care plan. These reports can help you understand your body’s ability to process medications that are used to treat certain conditions, such as some cancers and high cholesterol.
Which reports are eligible?
Our trusted doctors and nurse practitioners can use the following three 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Reports to help you understand how your genetics may impact your future health:
Familial Hypercholesterolemia, a genetic condition associated with high levels of LDL cholesterol in the blood, which can increase the risk for early heart disease.
MUTYH-Associated Polyposis, one of the three main hereditary colorectal cancer syndromes can increase risk of colorectal polyps and colorectal cancer.
BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants)
BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants), specific genetic variants associated with an increased risk of developing certain cancers, including breast, ovarian, and prostate.
Lemonaid is now part of the 23andMe family!
Lemonaid recently joined 23andMe to accelerate its mission to break down barriers that limit people from getting quality healthcare, empowering them to live healthier and happier lives. We’re excited about the opportunity of delivering personalized, genetics-based healthcare.
Our clinical team is made up of physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses whose mission is to provide great care at a price you can afford. Our team is here to help you make informed decisions about which recommendations and/or treatments are right for you.
A simple way to take action on your 23andMe Health Report results. Having a healthcare provider who understands the value of genetic information can help create a better care plan for you, which is tailored to meet your needs. Our team is here to help you make informed decisions about next steps which can include screenings, referrals, treatments, and follow-ups that may be right for you. In some cases, we’ll recommend following up with a genetic counselor or other specialists based on your reports, medical, or family history.
We’ll personalize your follow-up plan and recommendations, but just like treating any other condition, our plan may not include everything you need to understand your 23andMe Health Report(s). If that’s the case, we let you know that seeking more information from a genetic counselor or specialist may be the best next step for you towards taking control of your health!
Genetic Report Consultation FAQs
Yes, you need to be a 23andMe Health Service or 23andMe Health + Ancestry Service customer that has opted-in to view any of the three 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Reports: Familial Hypercholesterolemia, MUTYH-Associated Polyposis, BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants). If you have not opted-in to view a report, the Lemonaid provider will not be able to provide any consultation relating to that report. To receive a consult relating to Pharmacogenetics Reports you must also be a 23andMe+ subscriber.
Don't have a 23andMe Health + Ancestry Service account yet? Sign up here.
No, you need a 23andMe Health Service or Health + Ancestry Service with Health Reports available in your account to use this service.
Yes. Lemonaid’s medical team is trained to support three 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Reports: Familial Hypercholesterolemia, MUTYH-Associated Polyposis, BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants); and, when applicable to the discussion, relevant insights from your Pharmacogenetic Reports.
No. You can discuss the following three 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Reports with a Lemonaid doctor or nurse practitioner: Familial Hypercholesterolemia, MUTYH-Associated Polyposis, BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants)
Yes, your provider will look at other factors such as your personal and family medical histories, current health conditions and prescriptions, lifestyle factors, and demographic factors such as your age, and sex assigned at birth.
Many primary care clinicians, doctors and nurse practitioners do not know the value of 23andMe tests and how genetic information can help you make important health decisions. Lemonaid medical team is trained to support three 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Reports: Familial Hypercholesterolemia, MUTYH-Associated Polyposis, BRCA1/BRCA2 (Selected Variants); and when applicable to the discussion, relevant insights from your Pharmacogenetic Reports.