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#1 of 8 Old 05-20-2002, 02:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What do you know about the "natural" progestrone creams on the market?
Do you use them ?
How much do you use and for how many days of your cycle?
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Hey!
Are you wanting this info. because you are trying
to concieve or for health reasons? The reason I am
asking is....your thread might fit better in a different forum and you will most likely get a better response. KWIM?
Let me know and I'll move it to that forum!
Or who knows...someone might help you out here!
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if your looking for a tuely natural product, check out www.moonmaidbotanicals.com if you click the button that says "menopause naturally" or something like that, you'll come to an article that describes some of the differences in progesterone creams. if you have any specific question, you can email them or call cynthia - whose site it is - contact info. is at the site. best wishes...
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Missgrl....No I am not trying to concieve ( I have 6 wonderful kiddos!)
Just trying to get more info on this product I have heard so many health claims ..so believe that using progestrone cream a decade before menopause makes you less likely to develop breast cancer, osteoporsis, ..I have heard of women using it to concieve and some for PMS but I would like to get some input from "real women " not just sales reps!
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Dr Lee has written a series of books about the use of natural progesterone. He has his own website. I think it's drlee.com, but do a search with his name if that doesn't work. He is very specific about the role hormones play in making your body healthy. I hope you find the answers you are seeking; I think his site will help.
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barjem~~Thanks for the response!
I'm going to leave it here on TAO for a few days but then i'll move
it over to the "health and healing" forum! You'll get more help over
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Missgrl.
Thanks....sound good to me.....
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Ok, I saw this advertisement in a Whole Foods magazine today.
It's about a product called emerits menopause solutions progesterone
cream. don't know anything about it but here is the website:
www.emerita.com

moving your thread now to "health and healing"

take care
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