Kathy Simpson shares if the multiple sclerosis solution she discovered is affordable for most women.
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It is incredibly affordable. It depends, obviously, on your own hormone deficiencies and how many hormones that you need to replace. Again, I find that many of us with MS have to replace thyroid hormone, which is pretty much the cheapest thing that you can buy out there. It is actually cheaper than your insurance co-pay is normally on a monthly basis, which is about $9.00 a month. Cortisol is very inexpensive and estrogen and progesterone are very inexpensive as well. So, for about $150.00 a month, you can resolve, potentially, all your symptoms.

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