Colleen Clark

It says i should be getting 100-200 mg /day but I am unsure how to measure this . Can someone tell me what that amount looks like ?

Thank You!

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May 19, 2015
by: Cricket

Colleen, usually it says on the container that 1/2 teaspoon equals XX mg. I take 100 mg/day of cream or 5 pre-measured dose of 20mg each morning. At night, I am finishing up a prescription of 200 mg compounded troche that dissolves under the tongue, but they say a lot of that is lost in the gut. I've had better luck with the creams.

May 21, 2015
by: Joy

Hi Colleen

What progesterone cream are you using? If Natpro then please read How to Use Progesterone Cream, it will explain how to use progesterone correctly. There is also a conversion chart indicating measurements. 100mg is 3ml of cream, a METRIC teaspoon must be used which is 5ml.

Hope this helps you.

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