Restore Progesterone Cream

by Leona
(Canada)

Hi again:

I forgot to mention that the Restore cream delivers the suggested 480mg of authentic natural progesterone per ounce according to the website. And Three pumps a day with the custom dosing pump equals 20 mg of progesterone.

Is the dosage okay to start with? Have you heard of Restore cream?

Look forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks again,

Leona

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Jun 18, 2012
Restore Progesterone Cream
by: Wray

Hi Leona Yes I do, it contains 960mg progesterone per container. If you want to stop the heavy bleeding, you will need 400mg/day as I mentioned in my previous answer. Which means you'll need to use 25ml or 5tsp cream per day. In other words you will be using 1 container every 2.4 days. 20 to 40mg per day does not raise levels of progesterone to that found in the luteal phase, see our page on Progesterone Misconceptions. It will do nothing for the heavy bleeding. It really is advisable to take the NAC too. Please would you help me by answering on the same page, as I like to have continuity. I can't find where I previously answered you, not even the search facility could help! Take care Wray

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