PROGESTERONE and MENOPAUSE:
A Womans Guide to Using Bioidentical Hormones to Transition Naturally into Menopause
First – let’s talk about what menopause is NOT!
- Menopause is NOT a disease or illness or a “condition”.
- Menopause is NOT a terrible process for many-perhaps most-women. Many women have few problems and while some women do experience a number of difficult symptoms, the good news is that we are constantly learning about natural, gentler ways to minimize and cope with those symptoms.
- Menopause is NOT something to be feared! In many cultures, menopause is welcomed as a transition to “elder” or “wise woman” status.
- Menopause will NOT make you fat-excess calories and not enough physical activity do that-but, menopause can make it easier to lose track of calories and not feel like being physically active.
- Menopause does NOT always destroy your desire for sex-it may require some changes in both partners, but the desire is still there.
Menopause is defined as the end of menstrual periods and fertility and technically begins one year after your last period. In general, it can begin in your forties and fifties. It is a normal and natural transition phase from one of fertility and the potential for pregnancy to one where you no longer have a monthly cycle and won’t get pregnant.
The peri-menopausal phase (“peri” means around-so peri-menopause means “around menopause”) is highly variable and can begin in your thirties or forties and can be recognized by increasingly irregular periods and possibly some symptoms such as hot flashes, sleep disturbances, changes in your skin tone and vaginal changes such as dryness and discomfort during sexual activity.
During menopause, the main reproductive hormones – estrogen and progesterone – begin to fluctuate, sometimes rapidly. It is this rapid change in hormone levels that appears to cause the symptoms associated with menopause. But it is also the change in the ratio in the levels of hormones that appears to be at the root of these symptoms.
The symptoms of menopause and peri-menopause vary from one woman to the next and this transition can be relatively easy or it can be difficult.
Some women do experience a more difficult transition, but the good news is that many of the symptoms of menopause can be relieved by natural approaches like natural hormone replacement therapy, herbs and lifestyle adjustments.
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Your Step-By-Step Guide
This self-help user guide explains what menopause is, and what it is NOT. You’ll learn what you can do to address estrogen dominance, and what you need to consider in terms of hormone balancing as preventative measures again breast cancer.
This consumer guide steps you through progesterone cream dosage & usage techniques, tips & cautions, and includes frequently asked questions posed by women spanning two decades.
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