Sunspot cured

by Sinks Hone
(Mutare Zimbabwe)

I began using Progesterone cream on my wrist because I had a rough sunspot which I kept picking. It always returned until I used Progesterone cream on it. In about two weeks it had disappeared not to return again. Thanks Wray.

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Nov 15, 2011
Me too :o)
by: Shirley MA

Well by golly...after reading your post I checked a spot on my upper arm....a pimple type thingie...I would pick at it, try to squeeze it...I know bad things to do...but it was just there for good. I did put some Black Salve on it to see if it was cancer...no reaction.

I haven't been putting the Natpro on it specifically but I do put it on my inner arms and probably do rub it on that area too...kinda finishing it up.

Well I just checked it....there was a little crust on it....I rubbed that away and by golly, it's gone!!! Totally. How about THAT!!

I've been on the cream for about 2 months...1 tsp, twice daily. So yes, thank you Wray!! Who knows what that might have turned into.

An aside to Wray: would you consider setting up a yahoo email list for us? That would make it so much easier to visit with each other and to follow the topics. Google has email lists too.

I would gladly volunteer to be a moderator although I doubt there would be much need as this is not a controversial topic as far as I know. I really think it would get the word out more too about how beneficial progesterone is and that some creams/usage are better then others, like yours. Thanks for your kind consideration.

[note from webmaster: thanks for your suggestions Shirley. We have in fact been thinking of this, and other alternatives, for some time and it may well be something we implement in the future. Our primary concern at present is a complete make over of this site as the current format has been unchanged for over 7 years! I have sent your email address to Wray as we don't publish them here as they attract spam]


Nov 17, 2011
Sunspot cured
by: Wray

Hi Sinks Bless you for telling us this! Progesterone does inhibits mitosis, which is the cause of the spot. Biddie tells me you're quite stressed at the moment, please consider using more progesterone than the amount you used for the sunspot. I recommend men use between 10-100mg/day, but it's dependant on symptoms. You might like to see these comments by other men using progesterone, see here, here here and here. Take care Wray

Nov 17, 2011
Me too :o)
by: Wray

Hi Shirley Well I'm so delighted yours has gone too, and so soon! Vitamin D also prevents hyperkeratosis too, please have a vitamin D test done. We all have too low a level. For more info on testing etc see the Vitamin D Council, GrassrootsHealth Birmingham Hospital and Vitamin D Links websites. Blood levels should be 70-100ng/ml or 175-250nmol/L and not the 30ng/ml or 75nmol/L most labs and doctors regard as adequate. And the minimum daily dose should be 5000iu's per day, although the latest research indicates it should be 10,000iu's per day, see here. I see the webmaster has replied about the email list, luckily, as that's not my forte! Thanks for offering to be moderator. I'm not so sure about the controversial aspect though, I've received some pretty vitriolic comments! And there are still many doctors who believe progesterone, particularly in cream form, is a scam. Take care Wray




Nov 24, 2011
Sunspot cont'
by: Shirley MA

Hi Wray,

I ordered your Energy Boost but the label does not list D3 as an ingredient like the online ingredient list does. Did you take it out or is that a typo on the label?

I'm going to post a separate comment on how I'm doing with it but will briefly say it is making a difference.

And I sure did speak too soon about progesterone not being controversial....I've done some reading since and see many are still resisting the truth.

Ah, well, time will prove it true.

Happy Thanksgiving :o)


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