Dr Lam article

by Sally

Hi there I found this article written by Dr.Lam on progesterone cream and am wondering what do you think of this...

I’d really appreciate your thoughts thank you.

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Aug 28, 2018
Dr Lam article
by: Joy

Hi Sally

Dr Lam is very knowledgeable when it comes to hormone replacement and adrenal fatigue, he explains clearly how the hormones interact. I don't agree with some things that he says. Progesterone does not accumulate in the body nor does it store in fat cells, estrogen does. Estrogen is a mitogen causing fat cells to proliferate.

Aug 28, 2018
Dr Lam
by: Rachel

I used P cream for two years because I thought I was E dominant. I should have had my hormones tested first. I got worse and my symptoms were so bad I eventually had my hormones looked at and I found out I was P dominant. And I suffered adrenal burnout.
Dr Lam knows his stuff and is especially well versed in anything to do with adrenal function. So my advice is to do adrenal cocktails each and every day if you suspect your adrenals are suffering, learn to deal with stress (easier said than done, especially during menopause) and get your hormones tested.

Aug 28, 2018
Dr Lam article
by: Justine

Hello Sally

If you read these two pages and the medical references you will get a much clearer understanding of what natural progesterone is, how it acts and also the many misconceptions about it, some of which are stated in the article by Dr. Lam.

What is progesterone?

Progesterone misconceptions.

All the best!

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