Making Babies – Getting Pregnant Without IVF

06 Jun 2016
0 Comment
Making Babies – Getting Pregnant Without IVF

'Making Babies' Weekly Video Coaching - learn how to support your body's natural fertility one easy step at a time using bioidentical (natural) progesterone.

Fertility Saliva Ovulation Tester

01 Jul 2015
Fertility Saliva Ovulation Tester

The Science Behind Fertility Detectors Saliva fertility testers rely on the fact that as a woman approaches ovulation, her changing hormone levels affect the salts in her saliva, which create a telltale ferning pattern when viewed under the scopes. Saliva-testing microscopes have been sold in Europe for years, and are used there for contraception as well. However authorities in most countries do not allow the saliva testers to advertise themselves as contraceptives. Saliva fertility detectors measure estrogen levels as they rise and fall every cycle to help predict and pinpoint your ovulation. Estrogen levels are controlled by a very complex interplay of hormones within the body that prepare the ovaries.

Can progesterone cream cause a false pregnancy reading?

24 Jul 2012
1 Comment
Can progesterone cream cause a false pregnancy reading?

Hi Catherine, I was wondering if, while using natural progestrone cream, it could give a false pregnancy reading? Thank you, — Tracy Dear Tracy, Bioidentical progesterone supplementation CANNOT cause a false positive in home pregnancy tests (HPTs). HPTs only check hCG levels, not progesterone. They are completely different hormones. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is the “pregnancy hormone” that keeps the corpus luteum producing progesterone when conception occurs. It is produced by the placenta during pregnancy and is measured by HPTs. A woman “usually” produces 25 milli-international units per milliliter (mIU/ml) of hCG 10 days after conception. As a general rule, hCG beta numbers should double every two to three days..

Ebook: Progesterone & Pregnancy

23 May 2010

A Guide to Using Bioidentical Progesterone to Facilitate Fertility and Support Pregnancy Dedicated to Catherine’s three ‘Progesterone Grandbabies’ – Marli, Hendrix and Owen – This self-help user guide is based on tried and tested suggestions reported by women who’ve successfully incorporated supplemental bioidentical progesterone to enhance their fertility and protect mother & child against complications during pregnancy. [Preview Ebook] Chapters include: What is pregnancy? What are the signs & tests that will confirm you are pregnant? Pregnancy and progesterone What to do after falling pregnant Supporting your progesterone levels Infertility and estrogen dominance Restoring hormonal function and increasing fertility Progesterone creams – are they linked to cancer? Facilitate fertility &.

Progesterone in Recurrent Miscarriages (PROMISE) Study

07 May 2010
1 Comment

The PROMISE trial First trimester progesterone therapy in women with a history of unexplained recurrent miscarriages: a randomised double-blind placebo-controlled multi-centre trial (The PROMISE [PROgesterone in recurrent MIScarriagE] Trial). Anticipated end date of trial is May 2012. Countries of recruitment: Netherlands, United Kingdom. Study hypothesis In women with unexplained recurrent miscarriages, progesterone (400 mg pessaries, twice daily), started soon as possible after a positive pregnancy test (and no later than 6 weeks gestation) and continued to 12 weeks of gestation, compared to placebo, increases live births beyond 24 completed weeks by at least 10% (principal objective) Progesterone improves secondary outcomes such as gestation at delivery, on-going pregnancy at 12 weeks,.

Subscribe to Newsletter