by Alamgir khan
(Pakistan )

My 4 year old kid is suffering from hypoglycemia, then I made checkup the doctor prescribed a test (E-Progesterone) what dose exectly the relationship with hypoglycemia? Thanks

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Nov 25, 2016
by: Joy

Hi Alamagir


I am not quite too sure what E-Progesterone is, perhaps it has Vitamin E as an ingredient. Please make sure that it is natural progesterone and not progestin. Progesterone does stablilise blood glucose to a certain extent by inhibiting glucose oxidation and reducing glycerol levels see here.

Has your daughter been tested for Insulin Resistance? Is she eating a lot of starchy, sugary foods, like grains and legumes. Even sweet fruits and veggies would cause insulin levels to rise. What is her Vitamin D3 level, a deficiency will also affect her.

Please read these pages and the references:
How to use Progesterone Cream
Insulin Resistance
Progesterone Cream
Vitamin D3

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