Chills and Skin Sensitivity after progesterone application

by Jodie
(Ohio)

I am 42 and have recently begun taking 100mg a day of progesterone cream after researching my MANY symptoms and coming to the conclusion that I am in estrogen dominance. I do have a few areas of concern though. I work nights so I apply the cream in the morning before I go to sleep and often when I wake up I end up with horrible skin sensitivity and pain down my legs (when applied to my thighs) and in my arms (when applied to my forearms). I have also noticed the last few months that I have cold feet and hands as well as overall chills often and notice them a bit more after the cream. While I know that cold hands and feet can be estrogen dominance, I was always under the impression that chills are a symptom of estrogen deficiency. Can you clear this up for me? I feel so confused when I research as it seems many of the dominance and deficiency symptoms mimic.... TIA

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Apr 09, 2015
research: progesterone & "temporary hyperthyroid"
by: jayem

Hi - without knowing your health background, i would say it would be worth your time to investigate the effects of BOTH estrogen and progesterone on your thyroid, in particular, "temporary hyperthyroidism" in relation to progesterone therapy ...

As well, magnesium, calcium-d-glucarate (this is NOT 'calcium") and DIM in relation to balancing the hormones and supporting the thyroid, regardless of thyroid status ...

best of luck !!

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