Have Fibroids, Where & How much Natpro Should I Use?
(Mays Landing, NJ)
Hi Wray, I had the Fibroid Embolization procedure done in 6/05 to reduce 2 fibroids. They were skrinking according to two ultrasounds done in late 2005 & 2006. But last month it was determined through a transvaginal pelvic sonogram, that they are growing again along with a new one. The largest one was reduced to half the size before this procedure.
According to my family doctor, the largest one now would be considered "medium size". Therefore if I choose to have a hysterectomy, than there was no reason I couldn't have a non-invasive one. This report was sent to my ob/gyn doctor as well as my family doctor ordered it. My ob/gyn doctor wasn't able to see me but had his nurse to review this report with me and gave me pamphlets on Lupron Depot and the different types of Hysterectomies and other procedures available to address fibroids. Her thought was that maybe this drug can be use to shrink the fibroids before having a hysterectomy. My ob/gyn would be doing the surgery. I am scheduled for appointment with this doctor in early July (that was the earliest he could see me) but decided to do some research on my own before talking to him.
My research led me to your website and a few other ones that gave advice on natural progesterone cream to skrink fibroids. Currently,my periods are lasting 3-4 days. Also, I do have some hair loss. After reading some stories on your web site about fibroids, hair loss & low progesterone level, I increased my d3 supplement from 1400 IU to 3,000 IU. I didn't do 5,000, because I am a little lactose intolerant. I also added pure Inositol powder and B-Complex. I also take a Omega 3 and Biotin at 2500mcg supplements.
Questions: how much Natpro should I use daily and where should I apply the cream? (since I have fibroid and hair loss problems). Also, should I take Vitamin E at 400 IU & approximately how long might it take to skrink the fibroids?