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It’s been considerable time since I last posted to my blog. My website was pushed to the background to nurse my beautiful father who on March 9 2017 passed away after a lengthy battle with prostate cancer. During one particularly awful episode in the hospital a few years before, dad on his recovery expressed his wish to die at home in his own bed. I’m one of seven siblings, now all in our 50-60s, who out of a tremendous love for dad and mum came together to make that happen. In dad’s final weeks, my husband and I, together with my two sisters, took time from our jobs to provide.
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.
In the event progesterone cream alone does not resolve hot flashes and vaginal dryness, then small doses of estriol cream can make a difference. In actual fact, compounding pharmacists, in consultation with your GP, are equipped to individualised a BHRT treatment plan around whatever hormones need replacing based on your salivary analysis. Women who are currently on a program of estrogen replacement therapy should perhaps give consideration to estriol cream as a safer alternative in the treatment of vaginal dryness and/or atrophy, severe hot flashes, urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, and other associated symptoms. We know that estriol does not induce endometrial proliferation to the extent of the other estrogens. However,.