by Rob
(Williamsport, PA, USA)

I just turned 58 and in excellent physical health and condition with the exception of a slightly enlarged prostate. I exercise regularly and adhere to a healthy diet.

I'm interested in keeping my hormones at proper levels as a preventative measure and began to research progesterone use by men. All indicators suggest a regular dose of progesterone.

The best method of application for men would be administered rectally. I have found Prosta-Health for men available in cream and dispenses a portioned dosage however difficult to apply in the manner previously mentioned.

Is there an applicator for placing progesterone cream in the rectum? If not, what is the best method? I have tried to digitally insert the cream but is nearly impossible to achieve.

Kind regards,

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Apr 15, 2012
by: Wray

Hi Rob A finger is difficult, which is one way I suggest to women applying it vaginally, the other option is a syringe, which always comes in ml measurements. But quite frankly it's not needed for BPH, progesterone is absorbed very quickly and within minutes has travelled through the circulation. Rubbing it over the area in question is quicker still. I recommend 10-100mg/day for men, but know of some who use 400-600mg/day for great stress. Please be aware oestrogen dominance can occur in men, just as it does in women. This is an indication that oestrogen is in excess, if it should happen, please increase the amount. For more info please see our page on Oestrogen Dominance. You might like to read these comments from other men too, see here, here here, here, here, here and here. Take care Wray

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