Bleeding for 14 days

by Jen

I have PCOS, had it under control, but got lazy with my vitamin regimens, stressed with some family things & missed my period in July, started back on my vitamins, got my period within 10 days of resuming those, but have been bleeding with large clots, ultra sized tampons every couple of hours for the last 14 days straight. Wondering if progesterone cream would get the bleeding to stop and help regulate the rest of the "cycle". Any help would be appreciated.


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Sep 02, 2016
Bleeding for 14 days
by: Joy

Hi Jen

Such a pity that you got lazy, the nutrients mentioned on the PCOS page are vital. Stress of course has a negative effect on our health as it destroys so much. You do not give your age, but your symptoms indicate Peri-Menopause which starts around 35 as progesterone levels start to drop then. Natpro Progesterone Cream will certainly help you if used correctly, but it can’t do it on its own, it needs nutrients, these nutrients also help with PCOS:

* 400-500mg Natpro Progesterone Cream per day
* 2000mg N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) per day
* 2000mg Taurine per day
* 5000iu's Vitamin D per day
* 1000mg Bioflavanoids per day

So many have tried this protocol with huge success. Please read the following pages:

Estrogen Dominance

How to use Progesterone Cream




Natpro Progesterone Cream

Vitamin D3


Sep 16, 2016
What about a continuous "light" bleed?
by: Laura

I am 53 and use 100mg bioidentical progesterone cream twice a day. All my symptoms have disappeared except I still have a continuous light bleed. Am I not on high enough progesterone?

Blood labs:
Vit. D 74.7 ng/mL
Magnesium 5.2 mg/dL
Progesterone 1.3 ng/mL
Estradiol 9.8 pg/ML
Estrone 46 pg/mL
Testosterone, Free .20 ng/dL
Testosterone, Serum 16 ngdL

I have tried to do the ratio but that's been somewhat confusing to me and so I just give up. What am I doing wrong to still have this bleeding?

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