Women Share Their Incredible Journey

25 Mar 2006
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Sharing your personal journey and that which you have learned about yourself along the way achieves two primary objectives. It provides anecdotal evidence of progesterone’s demonstrated safety and efficacy. Equally important, your story reaches out to women feeling totally overwhelmed, who are struggling through this confusing time, to let them know that they are not alone. That through this Network they have a way to connect and share their experiences and concerns. We love these stories … Lupus, breast cancer, osteopaenia, flushing Stress incontinence, hot flashes, night sweats, dry eyes Walking with no pain, hotflashes reduced Finding a doctor in Virginia Prempro and fibrocystic breasts Diagnosed with cervical cancer ~.

Progesterone Success Stories

25 Mar 2006
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Sharing your personal journey and that which you have learned about yourself along the way achieves two primary objectives. It provides anecdotal evidence of progesterone’s demonstrated safety and efficacy. Equally important, your story reaches out to women feeling totally overwhelmed, who are struggling through this confusing time, to let them know that they are not alone. That through this Network they have a way to connect and share their experiences and concerns. Do you have a story to tell? Have you had a positive or even life-changing experience using natural progesterone? Would you be willing to share your story (anonymously) with other readers who are in hormonal crisis? Perhaps you’d.

Natural Progesterone – A Safer Alternative

25 Mar 2006
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The toxicity of progesterone is extremely low. Progesterone creams contain the hormone identical to that produced by the human ovary. And because you’re not going against Mother Nature, women report minimal, apparently benign side-effects. If experienced these may include breast tenderness and swelling, fluid retention or slight vaginal bleeding. Dizziness, nausea, fatigue, headaches and light headedness have been reported occasionally and usually disappear with adjustment of dose. There appears to be an optimal beneficial level of progesterone. Doses higher than the optimal level result in reduced benefits. In excess, progesterone can cause lethargy or sleepiness, which is often reported when women use oral progesterone. Even in an excessive dose, high.

Pregnancy and Natural Progesterone

22 Mar 2006
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The levels of progesterone in a woman’s body rise and fall dramatically with her monthly cycles. At ovulation, the production of progesterone rapidly rises from 2-3mg per day to an average of 22mg per day, peaking as high as 30mg per day a week or so after ovulation. After ten or twelve days, if fertilisation does not occur, ovarian production of progesterone falls significantly. It is this sudden decline in progesterone levels (as well as estrogen levels) that triggers a period (menstruation), and another menstrual cycle will begin. If pregnancy occurs, progesterone production increases and the shedding of the lining of the uterus is prevented, preserving the developing embryo. As.

Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance

22 Mar 2006
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Estrogen is the dominant hormone for the first week or so after menstruation (see diagram below), stimulating the build-up of tissue and blood in the uterus as the ovarian follicles simultaneously begin their development of the egg. Levels peak and then taper off just as the follicle matures and just before ovulation. Progesterone is a major reproductive hormone during the latter two weeks of the menstrual cycle. It keeps the inner lining of the uterus ready to receive a fertilized ovum, and later provides the nurturing for the development of the embryo. If the egg is not fertilized, progesterone levels drop dramatically causing the uterus to shed its lining and.

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