cecilia from New Zealand

by cecilia
(New Zealand)

Hi Wray,

I'm sorry but i can't find the original page I was using a few weeks back, so I have had to start again.
I am the lady with the very bad TSH levels.

I have been looking through all your material, but I can't find the answer to my question.

All I want to know is how many mgs are in a teaspoon of Natpro cream please?

I'm trying to find the easiest way to measure out 100mg and all I can find is mls, or teaspoon.

Can you help me please?


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Sep 26, 2012
cecilia from New Zealand
by: Wray

Hi Cecilia Of course I remember you, and if you need to look at your page again, the link is here. We do have a chart at the bottom of the page on How to use progesterone cream. But 1ml contains 33.3mg progesterone. A standard teaspoon is 5ml, so 1tsp contains 166mg progesterone. 100mg requires 3ml of cream, or 3/5ths of a teaspoon. Take care Wray

Sep 26, 2012
Cecilia from New Zealand

If you will look to the right on this page you will see a section entitled "Do you have a question or concern?", click where it says frequently asked questions and scroll down until you find the one that says how to use the cream. At the bottom of that page there is a chart that should be helpful to you.

Sorry Wray, didn't mean to do your job for you, lol.

Oct 01, 2012
ooops sorry
by: Cecilia

I only just found this answer to my question on measurements.
I just sent another question 2 minutes ago, as I hadn't received a notification to this answer....sorry everyone.

I now see I am on quite a high daily dose, atleast 300mg, plus, but I still think I may need more......
O dear!!!

Oct 05, 2012
ooops sorry
by: Wray

Hi Cecilia I think you don't fill in the email field after you've submitted a comment. If you do this, an email is always sent to you, giving the link to your own comment and then another will come when I answer it. It would help me if you do this, as I have your comments scattered everywhere! Plus I don't have the thread of the conversation between us, so have to look for your previous query to see where you are in terms of up or downs. Take care Wray

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