Most doctors are not equipped to do personalized medicine. I found I have to spoon feed doctors information. Due to the large number of drug polymorphisms I have, 1A2, 2C9, 2C8, 2C19, (one is a null allele, non functioning totally), problems with serotonin transport, problems with statins, something to do with NAT and OAT, whatever those actually are chemically, I am not very fond of meds these days. We could have had 4 generations of data but no one seemed interested.
I saw a geneticist, but, the problem is they are only equipped to do diagnosis regarding snps that have been researched. Most have not.
I know 23andme has raised the price to $299. It is worth the money, just for the drug typing.
Again, if you run your 23andme data thru Promethease for $2 you get a WHOLE LOT more information, but YOU have to do the research on the snps. You can add SNPedia for free as an 'add on' and this will take you to google scholar, and the exact research regarding the snp you are researching. Snps have a number preceeded by the letters 'rs', for example, rs106457....that is a snp. Again some genes don't mean you have a disease or condition....genes need promoter genes to work. However if you get a profile back that says you have a propensity toward getting a condition, then you can be more suspicious that this could be your issue.
For me, a lot of my issues have always been drug related, but with childhood RLS, something neuro is going on. It is safer for me, at this point, to live with it, which means living with pain and other issues.
Most docs these days seem to feel you need to leave their office with a script. They don't seem to have any interest in diagnosis. After doing 23andme, Medicine seems a bit barbaric at this point in time. We have no idea what we are messing with some of these 'treatments' they recommend. Yes, Medicine does save lives, in my case, they almost killed me.