can progesterone cause dangerously low blood pressure
My gynecologist said she rarely gives progesterone over 200mg. due to it sometimes causing a dangerous drop in blood pressure in her patients. She told me to watch out for extreme sleepiness or hunger or dizziness.
She said this is why many women in the last trimester of pregnancy will often have these problems, because of high progesterone. Should this be a concern? I upped my dose of Natpro up to 150mg. a day and began feeling extreme fatigue. Was this a sign I should go back down on the dose. I've read that drowsiness is a sign of progesterone overload. How dangerous is "dangerously" low blood pressure?