Trialing another progesterone cream
Hi again Wray....I have been having trouble having my natpro delivered to my place due to being a new estate and we're not on the google maps yet although not for trying and making contact with google. So therefore I've been forced to look at how I can obtain progesterone cream here in Australia. My question is about the ingredients of the cream I'm currently trialing which is called ProFeme 10 which is supplied by script by a doctor here made by Mt Lawley Pharmaceuticals.
PROFEME® is a transdermal drug delivery system consisting of a white
oil-in-water cream intended for topical administration of progesterone
and contains dl-α- tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), almond oil and
macadamia oil formulated to optimise systemic absorption of the
active ingredient. Also contains cetomacrogol 1000, cetostearyl
alcohol, butylated hydroxytoluene, propyl hydroxybenzoate, citric
acid, methyl hydroxybenzoate, triethanolamine, carbomer 940, B&J
Phenonip® and purified water. PROFEME® contains the naturally
occurring hormone progesterone.
Could you please tell me if they are ok? This product is also safe for pregnant women which I thought good. I am in perimenopause just to refresh your memory. I still have about 6 tubes of natpro left but thought I'd hang on to them if other option fails. I love your product but at the moment due to delivery problems (until we move) have to trial this.
I really appreciate any help you can offer.