Endometrium Lining Back to Normal Range

by Sandy
(Columbus, Ohio)

First, I'm a postmenopausal lady, age 58, with a history of uterine fibroids which did not shrink after menopause as predicted by my doctor. My current gynecologist, being concerned, had an ultrasound done which showed that my endometrium was very thick and not normal. She had me make an appointment for a biopsy to rule out any abnormal cells. Meanwhile, I had been using a natural progesterone cream Very Sparingly to hopefully help with my osteo-penia. A good nurse friend suggested that I upped the progesterone usage to the degree which I should have already been using, one pump (1/4 t) in the morning and one pump at night. I proceeded to do this. A little over a week later, as my gynecologist was trying to get an "endo" sample, she was unable to do this as the thickness was gone! She even wondered out loud if the ultrasound had given out the wrong measurement of the tissue. I am excited about this PERSONAL "miracle" and have been spreading the word to other hurting ladies that are on all kinds of meds and who might benefit from taking natural progesterone. I even shared the news with my medical student son, his brother and my father. I'm looking forward to other "improvements" in my body, using this wonderful natural progesterone cream!

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