hi user, I wouldn’t mind saying. At the time I got my test the retail price was $499; but I bought a bundle of products including 2 test kits from Prodrome that was offered after I listened to an interview with Dr Goodenowe on the Apollo Health website, and got a reduced price for the package. I don’t know what it worked out for per test kit because the bundle also included bottles of plasmalogen supplement.user wrote:If you don't mind saying, how much was the test?
Plumster wrote:I contacted Prodrome Sciences about testing and am sharing their reply here. OpenCures is the distributor for the Prodrome assay:
There are essentially two options to get your blood levels tested:
1. We can arrange for a mobile phlebotomist to come to a specified location and draw your blood, store and ship the sample to our lab. The cost for this is approximately $150 on top of the assay.
2. Alternatively, a physical location that does blood draws would be much cheaper.
The test itself is $300 dollars plus shipping and handling of the kit.
user wrote:If you don't mind saying, how much was the test?
user wrote:floramaria wrote:and also generally good plasmalogen levels
Thanks what is the range of plasmalogen levels? What is considered good/optimal? Look forward to hearing any benefits from supplementation
Plumster wrote:How are you all going about the maintenance dose after having taken the ProdromeNeuro for a year? How much and how often?
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