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... SOunds very much like plain old peri. And if you have trouble with birth control pills, the progesterone cream is going to cause problems too. See your gyno and get this sorted out. ... (15 replies)
... identical natural progesterone cream made by a componding pharacist in our area. It was prescribed for me by my endocrinologist. It is much stronger than the OTC natural progesterone. ... (5 replies)
... Hi ladies! I have been taking natural progesterone cream since last September. All was much better until last month, when I noticed some of my symptoms coming back. This month is even worse. I have the really sore breasts, depression, low back ache, stomach problems, weepiness, anxiety, etc. ... (5 replies)

... you can still have normal progesterone levels but are they coinciding with the estrogen. In other words, do you have more estrogen than progesterone? ... (3 replies)
... Is there such a thing as using too much progesterone cream? ... (3 replies)
... I just found this thread. Somewhere I read that progesterone sensitizes the estrogen receptors and after we use it for a period fo time we may get again symptoms of estrogen dominace due to heightened performance of our estrogen receptors. ... (5 replies)
... and I never had this much sensitivity and swelling in my breasts. I had a mammo and it was fine and my dr. told met that the FSH results are not conclusive. ... (5 replies)
... Kathy, I don't really dare use the cream that much, because the symptoms of too much progesterone is extreme sleepiness and depression, of which I had both. ... (12 replies)
... type symptoms on and off ever since. Someone here suggested using the natural progesterone cream after I complained of frequent nausea. I researched this cream thoroughly before use and started to use it. It did wonders for me. ... (12 replies)
... I've had most of the symptoms of hypothyroidism minus the weight gain although I haven't been dianosed as such. ... (2 replies)
... I hadven't really heard or read that having too much progesterone causes weight gain. What is important is that our hormones are balanced, not too much or too little of anything. There is no way of knowing if the progesterone is balancing out your estrogen unless you get tested. ... (2 replies)
... I am taking Activella HRT have been on it approximately 28 days and lo and behold here comes the spotting. I knew it was too good to be true. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, our bodies cut down on progesterone when we enter menopause but our bodies do NOT need as much progesterone at this time of our lives either. Progesterone is what allows women to carry a pregnancy and that is the main function of this hormone during our childbearing years. ... (12 replies)
... That could be. My sister-in-law who is post - menopause only takes 100mg once per day at night. I know when I began mine and it absorbed so well increasing my levels, I had horrible breast tenderness and even my breasts enlarged (which wasn't all bad ;) ) I had to back off quite a bit to settle things down. (13 replies)
... can't figure it out but I do have fibromyalgia too. The neurosurgeon thinks its muscle spasms due to arthritis in my neck. My doctor thinks its my body making too much adrenaline due to stress. Who knows? ... (14 replies)
... Maybe you are taking too much progesterone. 175 mg seems like a lot and may give you worse symptoms instead of better. My compounded progesterone is only 25 mgs twice daily and helps me. ... (13 replies)
... h I find frustrating as no disease simply shows up. You don't just wake up one day and have diabetes or multiple sclerosis. Every disease starts insidiously till symptoms drive you to a diagnosis. I don't know why adrenal glands are any different. ... (4 replies)
... Some women breeze through menopause without any symptoms. The main symptoms are hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, food cravings, memory loss, forgetfullness, insomnia and weight gain around the middle. ... (2 replies)
... yes, these symptoms are perimenopausal. I felt sick to my stomache yesterday and was wondering if it was acid reflux. I hope not. ... (32 replies)
... Sounds like you're getting way too much progesterone. This can create the symptoms you describe, including disrupting the thyroid, hence the chills you're getting. Although, I'm confused about the weight loss? ... (5 replies)


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