I sent my 23andMe sample back about 6 weeks ago. I received an email this morning telling me that the analysis was unsuccessful - seemingly, not enough DNA in the saliva. I do get the chance of a second try though.I’m so disappointed! In fact, I’m surprised at how disappointed I am! I suppose I’m doubtful about the second attempt – I did everything exactly as instructed the first time, because I tend to be a bit obsessive about such things. It says that the majority of the cell analysis is from white blood cells found naturally in saliva, not by epithelial cells. Perhaps I’m lacking white blood cells?Besides the need to look further at methylation issues, I think I was also rather intrigued to learn a bit more from the ancestry info (which they still give in the UK). More intrigued than I’d realised, I guess, given the disappointment I’m feeling.It would have been lovely for just one thing to be simple and straightforward and go as planned – for a change! If it wasn’t for the fact that I’ve already got results from the Yasko Methylation testing (which was from blood), I’d be wondering now whether I’m human at all, or perhaps just a large blob of bacteria!