Could Natpro be bad for uterine cancer?
I've been using Natpro for several years non-stop every day at the lowest dose of 400 mgs per day. A few times I was using Natpro at the highest of 700 to 900 mgs for a short period of time when I was having a hard time getting things under control but mostly at about 400 Mgs per day. I'm postmenopausal. My doctor suggests that bio-identical progesterone (taken alone without estrogen) could possibly be bad for uterine cancer maybe even contributing to it. If this is possible, could Natpro be the same as a bio-identical progesterone? Would the doses be of equal value between a bio-identical progesterone from a doctors perscription compared to using Natpro? I don't want to stop taking Natpro but if it's the same as taking a bio-identical progesterone from a doctors prescription then I may have to stop using it if what the doctor said is true because I have uterine cancer. My doctor is not at all familiar with Natpro, I believe she is assuming it is the exact same as a perscription bio-identical progesterone. I really don't know if it is as I don't know a lot about bio-identicals. I need to get this answered very soon. Please help.