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AncestryDNA Pruebas genéticas de etnicidad + bandejas : Salud y Hogar

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La prueba de ADN de consumo #1, con millones de personas que han hecho más de 1.000 millones de conexiones familiares. Las nuevas bandejas AncestryDNA te permiten aprender, comparar y compartir descubrimientos sobre 18 de tus rasgos personales más interesantes. Obtén 2 veces más detalles geográficos que cualquier otra prueba. AncestryDNA es la única prueba de ADN que proporciona las rutas migratorias recientes de sus antepasados, y las historias detrás de sus viajes. Fundamentado por AncestryDNA, informe de mayo de 2018. – – – –

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20 reviews for AncestryDNA Pruebas genéticas de etnicidad + bandejas : Salud y Hogar

  1. Michelle Johnson

    I received the new Ancestry kit as a gift and I loved it. It taught me interesting information about my heritage (I’m almost 50% English – I thought it was closer to 20%) and even connected me to a third cousin. Together, we discovered that we are connected to George Washington and Princess Dianna. I highly recommend doing this not only for you but for your family as well. Or give it as a gift!

  2. Michelle Johnson

    I received the new Ancestry kit as a gift and I loved it. It taught me interesting information about my heritage (I’m almost 50% English – I thought it was closer to 20%) and even connected me to a third cousin. Together, we discovered that we are connected to George Washington and Princess Dianna. I highly recommend doing this not only for you but for your family as well. Or give it as a gift!

  3. Jamie Makos

    I wasn’t going to do one as my grandmother did our genealogy many years ago and I felt I knew much of my ancestry. Curiouslity got the best of me! I ordered one, took it almost immediately and shipped next day. Within a week and a half my results were in. So interesting! Way different than I had thought. Also I have a fratneral twin sister (or so we always thought) who’s daughter got a kit for Xmas one year. Our result show I could be her mother and that we share more DNA than identical twins! Now my twin sister is taking a test and I’m getting them for my kids as well because we want to see Who’s DNA our kids got more of. Looking forward to my sisters result to see if we are in fact identical twins when all this time we thought we were fraternal.

  4. Brooke

    I always knew I was Scottish. Never had concrete proof, but my gut told me I was. Boy was I ecstatic when I got these results and showed friends and family. I highly recommend this to anyone and everyone!

  5. Brooke

    I always knew I was Scottish. Never had concrete proof, but my gut told me I was. Boy was I ecstatic when I got these results and showed friends and family. I highly recommend this to anyone and everyone!

  6. Jamie Makos

    I wasn’t going to do one as my grandmother did our genealogy many years ago and I felt I knew much of my ancestry. Curiouslity got the best of me! I ordered one, took it almost immediately and shipped next day. Within a week and a half my results were in. So interesting! Way different than I had thought. Also I have a fratneral twin sister (or so we always thought) who’s daughter got a kit for Xmas one year. Our result show I could be her mother and that we share more DNA than identical twins! Now my twin sister is taking a test and I’m getting them for my kids as well because we want to see Who’s DNA our kids got more of. Looking forward to my sisters result to see if we are in fact identical twins when all this time we thought we were fraternal.

  7. KSpang

    I suggest that anyone who’s on the fence about this product, take the leap, it works great! Within minutes of receiving my results (about 6 weeks in all) I located my birth mother via her sister’s DNA and I’ve since met her and found that I have an entire family I never knew existed.

  8. KSpang

    I suggest that anyone who’s on the fence about this product, take the leap, it works great! Within minutes of receiving my results (about 6 weeks in all) I located my birth mother via her sister’s DNA and I’ve since met her and found that I have an entire family I never knew existed.

  9. TS

    This kit validated everything I had been told about our origins. As far as the Irish side, they pinpointed the county and town where we hail from. After about a year I got another updated profile based on the company’s continuing research, further refining my origins.Also, whenever someone who is a 2nd or 3rd cousin or closer submits a sample and allows their data to be shared, I get notified. It’s humbling to see how many people I’m related to with last names I had never heard. It makes me want to be kinder to strangers, because they may be family!

  10. TS

    This kit validated everything I had been told about our origins. As far as the Irish side, they pinpointed the county and town where we hail from. After about a year I got another updated profile based on the company’s continuing research, further refining my origins.Also, whenever someone who is a 2nd or 3rd cousin or closer submits a sample and allows their data to be shared, I get notified. It’s humbling to see how many people I’m related to with last names I had never heard. It makes me want to be kinder to strangers, because they may be family!

  11. Monica Dyer

    I ordered mine through the ancestry website last year and at first I wasn’t happy with my results because it only gave general area results…like 27% Asia east. Luckily I already know my dad is Japanese so I knew which Asian country. Now they have updated and have been able to pin point Japan. And also that I’m Scottish and a few other things. Overall I love it now that they have been more descriptive on which areas people come from. It’s worth the money.

  12. Monica Dyer

    I ordered mine through the ancestry website last year and at first I wasn’t happy with my results because it only gave general area results…like 27% Asia east. Luckily I already know my dad is Japanese so I knew which Asian country. Now they have updated and have been able to pin point Japan. And also that I’m Scottish and a few other things. Overall I love it now that they have been more descriptive on which areas people come from. It’s worth the money.

  13. kyle Waggoner

    Well to say I received some earth-shattering news this week would be an understatement. Leading up to Father’s Day weekend, I found out who I thought was my father for 38 years is in fact not my biological father. The fallout resulting from a DNA test kit my mom and dad (stepdad) purchased for me for my birthday back in May. Interestingly enough, I had purchased them both a DNA test for Christmas so I sort of unwittingly began set off the chain of events that will forever alter the course of my life.The “short” version is that my mother and my dad were both marines in Hawaii in 1981. For whatever reason they were on a break and my mother met what I can only assume to be a very handsome, supposed GQ model who lived in Mexico City at the time and was on holiday in Hawaii around September of that year and one thing led to another and then of course another….(me). My parents reconciled and the timing of the pregnancy was not at all suspicious and 9 months or so later a ten pound monster baby came into the world on 5/2/82. With respect to the genesis of conception, no judgements are required. We (I) have all had those evenings, so be careful casting stones in glass houses 😉Life went on, my dad and I have many similar features so I cannot imagine anyone thought I was the milk man’s baby. They probably had milk men then, I am pretty damn old. None of the four parties involved had any clue, nor did the adults in this situation act with malice aforethought. Accidents happen and I am pretty damn happy this one did or I would not be who I am today and with all my faults, I am pretty happy how I turned out.The resulting fallout is a man who believed me to be his son for 38 years had his world turned upside down, three siblings on that side of the family essentially lose a brother, a mother has to bear the weight of the guilt (Irish/Catholic) of having to deliver this news and a son becomes an Overnight Bastard (Copyright pending). The mystery deepens as little is known about the donor but it is known he had a strong accent and likely still lives abroad (Spain/France-I knew I had some Latin flavor!). It will be a long road more than likely to find him and my new family, but it isn’t about the destination, it is about the journey.How does one move forward from all of this? With positive energy, that is how. If even a single variable in this real life equation was even slightly modified, I am not where I am, or with the people I love today. I have an amazing stepfather who has been in my life for 30 years, a father who in spite of some rocky times has always been there when I needed him, one half brother who in the absence of a switched at birth situation remains my blood brother, 3 other siblings I hope will allow me to be in their lives in some capacity and the possibility of some entirely new family in Europe! I have done what all kids do already and built up their backstory in my mind already. They have a beautiful villa and winery and I will move there one day and take over the business and learn the language and become a wino.There is nothing nor anyone to assign blame to from my perspective. I hope to foster some entirely new relationship with who I thought was my father and will be seeing him in a few weeks and drink too much, cry a bunch and figure it all out. Life is rarely easy or linear. We all have our shit and mine has simply come to me later on and all resulting from a seemingly innocuous gift. Serendipitous events come to us all of the time and some for the good, others less so. Turned left instead of right, forgot your phone, missed your train, the butterfly effect happens with each and every conscious and unconscious decision we make and life is far more happenstance than I think any of us realize.In closing, I don’t think a younger me would have handled this in a mature way. I would have complained and a bunch of woe is me attitude. This is about me but not all about me. Others were equally impacted and there is another man who has no idea I even exist. As I said this will be a new adventure and I have some truly amazing people in my life to take the journey with me. I definitely need time to process all of this and sure I think I am dealing with it well, but I am sure this will all hit me at some point. Until then, I proceed cautiously into the unknown and remain hopeful for a positive outcome. Go hug your family, blood or not.

  14. kyle Waggoner

    Well to say I received some earth-shattering news this week would be an understatement. Leading up to Father’s Day weekend, I found out who I thought was my father for 38 years is in fact not my biological father. The fallout resulting from a DNA test kit my mom and dad (stepdad) purchased for me for my birthday back in May. Interestingly enough, I had purchased them both a DNA test for Christmas so I sort of unwittingly began set off the chain of events that will forever alter the course of my life.The “short” version is that my mother and my dad were both marines in Hawaii in 1981. For whatever reason they were on a break and my mother met what I can only assume to be a very handsome, supposed GQ model who lived in Mexico City at the time and was on holiday in Hawaii around September of that year and one thing led to another and then of course another….(me). My parents reconciled and the timing of the pregnancy was not at all suspicious and 9 months or so later a ten pound monster baby came into the world on 5/2/82. With respect to the genesis of conception, no judgements are required. We (I) have all had those evenings, so be careful casting stones in glass houses 😉Life went on, my dad and I have many similar features so I cannot imagine anyone thought I was the milk man’s baby. They probably had milk men then, I am pretty damn old. None of the four parties involved had any clue, nor did the adults in this situation act with malice aforethought. Accidents happen and I am pretty damn happy this one did or I would not be who I am today and with all my faults, I am pretty happy how I turned out.The resulting fallout is a man who believed me to be his son for 38 years had his world turned upside down, three siblings on that side of the family essentially lose a brother, a mother has to bear the weight of the guilt (Irish/Catholic) of having to deliver this news and a son becomes an Overnight Bastard (Copyright pending). The mystery deepens as little is known about the donor but it is known he had a strong accent and likely still lives abroad (Spain/France-I knew I had some Latin flavor!). It will be a long road more than likely to find him and my new family, but it isn’t about the destination, it is about the journey.How does one move forward from all of this? With positive energy, that is how. If even a single variable in this real life equation was even slightly modified, I am not where I am, or with the people I love today. I have an amazing stepfather who has been in my life for 30 years, a father who in spite of some rocky times has always been there when I needed him, one half brother who in the absence of a switched at birth situation remains my blood brother, 3 other siblings I hope will allow me to be in their lives in some capacity and the possibility of some entirely new family in Europe! I have done what all kids do already and built up their backstory in my mind already. They have a beautiful villa and winery and I will move there one day and take over the business and learn the language and become a wino.There is nothing nor anyone to assign blame to from my perspective. I hope to foster some entirely new relationship with who I thought was my father and will be seeing him in a few weeks and drink too much, cry a bunch and figure it all out. Life is rarely easy or linear. We all have our shit and mine has simply come to me later on and all resulting from a seemingly innocuous gift. Serendipitous events come to us all of the time and some for the good, others less so. Turned left instead of right, forgot your phone, missed your train, the butterfly effect happens with each and every conscious and unconscious decision we make and life is far more happenstance than I think any of us realize.In closing, I don’t think a younger me would have handled this in a mature way. I would have complained and a bunch of woe is me attitude. This is about me but not all about me. Others were equally impacted and there is another man who has no idea I even exist. As I said this will be a new adventure and I have some truly amazing people in my life to take the journey with me. I definitely need time to process all of this and sure I think I am dealing with it well, but I am sure this will all hit me at some point. Until then, I proceed cautiously into the unknown and remain hopeful for a positive outcome. Go hug your family, blood or not.

  15. Ryver Anderson-Hansen

    Took maybe 10 minutes after opening to get through the instructions and get the sample collected. The way it maps out DNA is very easy to understand and it shows detailed history about the general location your ancestors are tied to.You don’t need to pay to see your results, but it does make you set up a paid account if you want to view census records or birth certificates and some family trees

  16. Ryver Anderson-Hansen

    Took maybe 10 minutes after opening to get through the instructions and get the sample collected. The way it maps out DNA is very easy to understand and it shows detailed history about the general location your ancestors are tied to.You don’t need to pay to see your results, but it does make you set up a paid account if you want to view census records or birth certificates and some family trees

  17. Michele C.

    I am looking forward to getting the results of my Ancestry DNA test. They are keeping me up to date with progress.

  18. Michele C.

    I am looking forward to getting the results of my Ancestry DNA test. They are keeping me up to date with progress.

  19. L. Plantagenent

    Love it. I’m English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, and Northwestern European which is where my paternal ggreandmother came from Scandinavia. She was from Sweden. Next my mom’s side. I know there’s Welsh on her side so I may have a lot of it in me.

  20. L. Plantagenent

    Love it. I’m English, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, and Northwestern European which is where my paternal ggreandmother came from Scandinavia. She was from Sweden. Next my mom’s side. I know there’s Welsh on her side so I may have a lot of it in me.

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