Increased hairloss since starting progesterone cream

by Amy

Wray, please help!!

I'm trying very hard to use atleast 400mg of progesterone cream everyday. I started using about 2 weeks ago, my hairloss increased when I started it and hasn't slowed much. I had a couple of nights of good sleep but now I'm waking at 3-4 am, which isn't working well for me either.
I stopped the estrogen pill from Dr about 1 week ago, and taking all the supplements that you recommend. So what's wrong??

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Oct 17, 2014
Increased hairloss since starting progesterone cream
by: Wray

Hi Amy Nothing's wrong, only time, you need to persevere for much longer. In some women progesterone doesn't start working for 3 to 6 months. You went cold turkey off the oestrogen too, that would have caused adverse symptoms. One doctor I know says it takes 2 years before synthetic oestrogen leaves the body, although I don't believe it's that long. I see you read our page on Hair Loss. The supplements will also need time to help, nothing natural is a quick fix. Take a look at our Oestrogen Dominance page too. Take care Wray

Oct 17, 2014
A little help
by: Letitia

I also had hair loss issues, I was like a hamster on the trail, the more I worried about it and got anxious the more hair I was loosing.
My Dermotolagist recommended 5000 of biotin every day and told me to continue to take it especially in times of stress.

You should give it a try, Also for me when I stopped estrogen cold turkey, it was the worst thing I could have done my whole body started screaming at me, I was in menopause upped by 10, I honestly thought I was going to have a nervous breakdown. I ended up slowly tapering down the estrogen to allow my body to adjust, this was far better and I was on a low dose. .375

A lot of internal stress, not sleeping right etc depletes the body of B vitamins espcially biotin so it my help at little

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