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Something tells me my sister never was given any HGH when she was dealing with MS. My daughter who has had a lot of health issues and she's 55, brought the HGH homeopathic transdermal gel to my attention going on 7 months ago. She is using it going on 10 months now. It's done wonders in her life, and it's helping reverse a lot for me at 81.

I was just thinking about it for MS patients and found quite a bit of info and thought I'd put it out here. I'd bet the doctors don't even go to the IGF-1 testing and it's very sad as we all deplete of HGH with age and from so much in our life, disease, drugs, surgery, etc etc.

I like this general site on what HGH does and it's an easy read:

Dr. Andrew Weil, AARP, Human Growth Hormone by Jeffrey Dach MD

And here is one on HGH and MS and there are others to search out:

The Link Between Multiple Sclerosis and Hormones Explained

If any of you want to know what homeopathic gel I'm using, please ask me.

The longer I live the more I believe our medical world fails us so in getting us to a healthier place. Hormones are vital and HGH is the Master Hormone.
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I would be very cautious about self-medication with HGH or any other hormone in the context of MS or any other health problem for that matter.
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Of course, talk to your doctors, and they know so very little and it's no wonder we have so much wrong and aging as we do, the Master Hormone is deleting every day. If the doctors were on top of our health, they would be testing the IGF1 hormone. 81 yrs here and I've never been tested. But I truly believe in the homeopathic medicine and we must find a product that works for us. There are SO MANY products out there...and these people are not killing anyone, probably bringing improved health.
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Read all these comments here on the use of HGH and people with MS. My thinking doctors are really MISSING so much by not working with the hormones.

Use of Growth Hormone in Multiple Sclerosis - can anyone help?
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The Link Between Multiple Sclerosis and Hormones Explained

I hope you folks will talk to your docs and if hitting a wall there, talk to hormone specialists...
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