Fibroids and fertility

by Janine
(Leyland UK)


I’ve bought your cream but I’m unsure of how to use for uterine fibroids. I think these are stopping me from getting pregnant.

King regards,


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May 15, 2022
Fibroids and fertility
by: Joy

Hi Janine

Thank you for choosing Natpro! If you use the search bar you will find the answers to your questions and more.

Please read the How to use Progesterone Cream and Estrogen Dominance pages. Progesterone must be used no less than twice a day, half the amount in the morning and the other half at night. This enables progesterone levels to remain stable. Inserting some of the night time dose in your vagina at night is excellent for inflammation and it absorbs better there. Usually between 100-200mg is needed per day, more if symptoms are severe. Once you feel stable this amount can be reduced to no less than 100mg.
If you have a regular cycle and ttc, then use the cream during your luteal phase as explained on the website. We do have a page on Pregnancy that will also help you.

Fibroids are caused by oxidative stress. You need to address the Inflammation that you have. Introducing fermented foods, kefir milk/water and kombucha helps greatly with this. If the gut is not healthy it causes health issues. Progesterone helps to absorb small fibroids, larger ones unfortunately require surgery. If your inflammation is not dealt with they usually reappear, so please take care of your inflammation.

What is your Vitamin D3 level? This is extremely important as a deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone. It is also needed for every single functioning cell in our bodies. It is vital for you and your unborn baby too.

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