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Progesterone and fibromyalgia - please read it's important
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axxie - August 26

I thought you ladies out there, would benefit reading this article on progesterone and hormones.

For younger women, hormone imbalances are often associated with intense premenstrual syndrome, one of the first signs a woman will notice. Women who experience fibroids, endometriosis, PMDD/ premenstrual dysphoric disorder or PCOS/ polycystic ovarian syndrome are all signs of hormonal imbalance. Hormonal imbalances cause symptoms such as, intense pelvic pain and bleeding, insomnia, irritability, breast tenderness, bloating, water retention, weight gain, hair loss, libido fluctuation, vaginal dryness and atrophy, mental duress with family, friend, and life seems to be less than ideal when your hormones are not fully available.

For women entering menopause, decreasing supplies of progesterone causes intense hot flashes, mood swings, urinary urgency, incontinence, advanced atrophy and weight gain, hair loss, excessive vaginal dryness, greatly diminished or loss of libido, poor or foggy concentration and an overall decline in health and vitality.

Women who could benefit from plant based bioidentical progesterone cream:

Women who have had a hysterectomy and have undergone natural or surgical menopause who do not wish to take estrogen replacement but who are having problems with hot flashes.
Women who have not had the uterus removed but have undergone natural menopause and do not wish to take any estrogen replacement.
Women who are perimenopausal who are not taking prescription estrogens or birth control pills but who are having hot flashes and wish some relief.
Women who are having hormonal imbalances shown by exhibiting Fibroids, Endometriosis, PMDD or PCOS.
Uterine Fibroids; It is known that women with fibroids have excess estrogen and are deficient in progesterone. Supplementing with bioidentical progesterone stops and reverses uterine fibroids.
Women of any age who use progesterone or any hormone supplement should still take supplemental calcium and magnesium in combintation (1000-1500 mg a day) to help prevent osteoporosis by depositing mineral building components for bone building.

Bioidentical progesterone cream is easily and quickly absorbed into the body so you can apply it almost anywhere with success.

We recommend that you rotate the areas to avoid saturating any one area. It is best absorbed where the skin is relatively thin and well supplied with capillary blood flow, such as the upper chest, breasts and inner thighs or inner arms.

Massage the progesterone cream into your skin until it is noticeably absorbed. Progesterone should not be applied over top of other body creams or perfumes as they may interfere with proper and ideal absorption.

Menopausal or Post-Menopausal Women:

Apply progesterone cream twice a day for a maximum of 25 consecutive days. Resume after a five-day break. After you have received significant relief you can and should see if your body can do as well with one application a day, most women can simply apply it once a day after this time and receive the same relief.

Perimenopausal Women:

Apply progesterone cream once or twice daily as needed, starting on the 7th day after the first day of menstrual flow thru the 27th day.

Menstruating Women:

Apply the progesterone cream once or twice a day as needed, starting on the 12th day after the first day of menstrual flow thru the 27th day.

Premenstrual Irritability:

We recommend you try progensa 20 progesterone without the phytoestrogens first and if this does not give you satisfactory relief than try progensa plus progesterone with phytoestrogens.


Bioidentical progesterone cream is not recommended when pregnant or breast feeding unless your health care provider specifically recommends it and follows your progress.
There are many articles that address the benefits of bioidentical progesterone and the pharmaceutical company's endevor to halt its use. Dr. Ray Peat has a Ph.D in Biology and did his dissertation on progesterone here are several articles that you can read to find out why this miraculous hormone has gained public interest even in the face of the big pharmaceutical company's attack on a naturally occuring hormone.

Relevant links:

Preventing and Treating Cancer with Progesterone

Multiple Sclerois, Protein, Fat and Progesterone

RU486 Cancer Estrogen and Progesterone

Progesterone not Estrogen is the Coronary Protection Factor of Women



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