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... Progesterone increases during pregnancy and has been shown to repair myelin sheaths which have been damaged. I have not read any studies on low progesterone and MS. I hope you are able to fulfill your quest for motherhood. ... (5 replies)
... I initially presented to my MD over a year ago with suppressed hormones, including cortisol, DHEA, progesterone, and HGH, elevated testosterone, low body temp. I had an MRI of the brain over a year later and I have been referred to a neurologist for suspicion of MS. ... (6 replies)
... Is there any research happening regarding female hormones (estrogen & progesterone) and MS? I ask because it is a known anomaly that MS symptoms recede or disappear with pregnancy and some drugs used to treat MS symptoms (I.E., Provigil) interfere with that hormone uptake process... Is there a connection, or am I imagining things? (1 replies)

... It was determined that my progesterone was low, no way I was going to get pregnant and hold the pregnancy. My OB put me on clomid to boost ovulation and levels. Fortunately, I got pregnant the first month after taking my first clomid pill. ... (5 replies)
... I happened to watch a show tonight and heard about bioidentical hormones. I was previously diagnosed with amenorrhea as a result of very low progesterone levels. ... (5 replies)
... that there are studies indicating that symptoms worsen when the progesterone to estrogen ratio is low. ... (6 replies)
Sep 6, 2007
... highlighted a treatment in experimental stages that uses ESTRIOL for RRMS. Researchers found that women with MS tend to have a reduction in symptoms and MS problems while they are pregnant. Estriol is a hormone produced by pregnant women. ... (12 replies)
... I agree this is a very intreasting thread . I am not sure if they are related. But I would really like to know. I had 3miscarriages. The second misscarriage through blood work they found out that I was low on Protesterone. I know am going through the process of being tested for MS. The dr. had asked if I would like fertility treatment. I am actually going to wait until... (5 replies)
... Please bear with me because I'm not exactly sure where to start. For the last ten years I had seemingly random symptoms and very recently it seems that it is possible that they could all be related. I started exhibiting these symptoms simultaneously a little bit at a time. ... (5 replies)
New with ?'s
Nov 17, 2005
... ago I changed the way I eat. no more processed foods, no fast food, no MSG, no artificial sweetners, only meat, veggies, fruit, whole wheat bread, complex carbs, and I drink ALOT of water. ... (10 replies)
... I have been OK the last year so we decided I can get pregnant. I had some hormonal tests and I was found with low progestorone. I have been searching the Internet and seems that MS and low progestorone is somehow connected. ... (5 replies)
... Where they did a study of women and men with and without a diagnosis of MS and the effects of hormones. I will have another look around and see if I can find it again. There were some very interesting conclusions drawn but stated that more research was necessary in this area. ... (5 replies)
... lways hot, face gets red, I break put in hives if the shower is too warm, by the time I finish exercising in the pool, I have broken out in hives, I can just sit and bake all by myself, by the time I leave the grocery store my face is all red, it is a little embarassing. And PMS.... forgetaboutit! ... (6 replies)
Invisible MS
Feb 20, 2003
... At your age I suggest that you find out what your hormone levels are all across the board. Progesterone and Estriol have been shown in studies to halt MS for some women. ... (5 replies)
Sadia here again
May 21, 2008
... I called my OB today,,we talked about the blood tests done two months back. no I am not premenopause but,my progesterone and totesterone both way down. ... (22 replies)
... My symptoms do get much worse at PMS time, I had a hysterectomy and don't get my period anymore, but a couple of times a year I get PMS. ... (4 replies)
... fatty acids may combine with the female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone to keep the brain functioning properly. ... (3 replies)
... The ELISA test is very expensive, I don't know if the DX of MS is enough to get the test paid by my insurance company. I frequently get a runny nose when I eat, and the nutritionist said that I could be allergic to something in food, but I can't figure out if it is dairy, refined carbs or what. ... (7 replies)
Sep 7, 2007
... I do not know for sure. Because they are using progesterone, it might make a difference. Your Dr. should be able to contact UCLA MS program. The Dr. is Rhonda Voskhul, MD. She is director of the UCLA MS program. ... (12 replies)
Treatment Success
Jan 23, 2006
... Zoloft and therapy, in March 2005, ended therapy October 2005, it helped me deal with the actual dx of MS, and living with it, and just made be comfortable with what I have and how my life has done a 360 degree change. ... (4 replies)

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