by Mary

I have read in a doctor's NEWSLETTER that natural progesterone has helped with hair loss. But you must see your doctor, have correct prescription for it compounded by a pharmacist to fit your individual needs.

How does this product compare to that analysis? And if it is natural, why does it have other ingredients in it? Please answer. Thanks, Mary.

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Nov 23, 2010
by: Wray

Hi Mary Progesterone can help hair loss, so can N-acetyl cysteine, inositol and biotin. It's not necessary to see your doctor or get a script for it. It's very easy to use to fit your own needs, we are much more sensitive to the ups and downs we go through than anyone else. I'm not sure I understand your second para. How does progesterone compare to the doctors newsletter? I hope I've answered that. But your second sentence leaves me baffled. Why does it have other ingredients? I'm assuming you mean why can't you just take progesterone as is? It comes as a fine crystalline powder which would irritate the throat. Oral progesterone is the least effective delivery system too, please see our page on Progesterone application methods for more info. Take care Wray

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