Eve’s Natural Progesterone Cream FAQ’s

NOTE FROM DONNA: You can go to my website @ http://www.bioHRTcream.com for more information about the natural progesterone cream I use to keep my hormones in balance.  

Here are some common questions and answers regarding natural progesterone cream: 

Natural progesterone, a cholesterol derivative, comes from Mexican wild yams. It matches exactly the chemical formulation of the body’s own progesterone and thus causes no side effects. Manufacturers of synthetic progesterone alter the chemical makeup of progesterone in order to create progestins. Progestins in their altered molecular structure may cause many side effects, such as birth defects or abortion, fluid retention, epilepsy, migraine, asthma, cardiac or kidney dysfunction and depression.

If you have PMS symptoms. PMS symptoms are those symptoms which occur consistently a week or 10 days before the period & stop within a day or shortly thereafter.

If you have Estrogen Dominance symptoms. These symptoms are water retention, breast swelling, fibrocystic breasts, uterine fibroids, loss of libido, mood swings, depression, craving for sweets, weight gain, fat deposited at hips & thighs.

If you have had a hysterectomy, oophorectomy (removal of ovaries) or menopausal symptoms. Many women experience hot flashes following a premenopausal hysterectomy and in the beginning of the natural onset of menopause. Natural progesterone cream is effective for relieving the symptoms of hot flashes. Most women have reported a complete cessation of flushing within 3 to 8 weeks. After menopause, estrogen continues to be produced from the fat cells; however, progesterone production virtually ends.

Natural Progesterone (derived from the Mexican wild yam root) is a moisturizing cream that can be applied to the face, hands, chest, breasts, inner arms or soles of the feet. The cream is readily absorbed & leaves no trace after a few minutes. During absorption the cream bypasses the liver & goes to specific receptor sites where progesterone is needed. A one-inch strip from the pump is equal to ¼ tsp.

Yes. Low estrogen levels can adversely affect the general health of girls between the ages of 9 and 13. For a year or more before the onset of menstruation, blood calcium levels are so low that young girls often develop symptoms associated with menarche, which are usually accepted as normal behavior: emotional outbursts, irritable and temperamental behavior, and compulsive consumption of sweets. During puberty, the maturing ovaries require calcium to produce estrogen, thus diverting calcium from metabolic requirements. Introducing natural progesterone at this time will alleviate most of the symptoms mentioned above. Continued use of natural progesterone through the teenage years will maintain a high level of wellness with few or no PMS complaints.

Purified Water, Stearal, Konium Chloride, D-Alpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Natural Glycerin, Avocado Oil, Natural Progesterone, Aloe Vera Oil, Rosemary Extract, Vitamin A Palmitate, Carrot Oil, Lemon Grass Oil.

Additional benefits for women include: improved brain function, diminished muscular aches and pains, improvement of skin problems including acne, seborrhea, rosacea, psoriasis and keratoses, and improved sleep pattern.

Yes, breast cancer and endometrial cancer occur in tissues sensitive to gonadal hormones. Unopposed estrogen is the only known cause of endometrial cancer; though other factors may be involved. Estrogen, or at least one or more of the various estrogens, may contribute to breast cancer; Progesterone balances the estrogen level in the body; thus lessening the risk.

Yes, the cream is not only safe for use during pregnancy but is recommended to help maintain pregnancy. From conception use ½ to ¾ tsp. twice a day. Discontinue about two weeks before scheduled delivery time. Apply primarily to abdomen, breast, lower back and upper thighs (where it will tend to prevent the skin from stretching). Resume cream no sooner than one month after delivery if postpartum depression occurs. Use 1/8 tsp. twice per day for three weeks each month as women not menstruating use. Otherwise, you may not need the cream until after you begin to cycle again; use ¼ tsp. of cream days 12 thru 26 as women menstruating.

Yes, use of natural progesterone cream can help vaginal dryness.

Occasionally, upon beginning the use of a natural hormone supplement,a post menopausal woman could experience some breakthrough bleeding or "period". This is a perfectly normal response and is nothing to cause alarm. The progesterone is simply causing the body to rid itself of excess stored estrogen which can sometimes stimulate a uterine shedding – thus breakthrough bleeding. If this continues for longer than several months you should consult a physician.

Birth control pills usually contain synthetic progestins. It is not recommended to take them together. Birth control pills have been known to cause many health problems when taken over a long period of time.

Dr. John Lee states that there is little or no benefit of natural progesterone for women who are on the pill. The synthetic progestins use up the receptor sites hence preventing any benefits from the use of natural progesterone. We strongly suggest that you thoroughly research the pros and cons of synthetic hormones. For some women the consequences of use are serious and in some cases have been fatal.

For more information on this important subject, read Dr. Lee’s book “What Your Doctor May NOT Tell You About Menopause” page 38-39 and other pages throughout his book.
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PLEASE NOTE: Everyone is different. Some women require more progesterone cream to alleviate symptoms while others can use less. For the first 3 months, use 1/4 tsp. twice per day for your determined number of days. After 3 months, reduce the amount of cream. In most cases, more is not better. If you do not get the desired results, seek consultation.

NOTE FROM DONNA: You can go to my website http://www.bioHRTcream.com for more information. 

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