Hi Wray-question please

by Aaliyah
(South Africa)

I really want to start Natpro. Although the doctors have not yet diagnosed what my problem is,all my symptoms point to endometriosis. I read extensively on stomach pain etc,and am convinced that all my symptoms point to endometriosis.I have just had a cystoscopy and they have found nothing conclusive.They cannot find the solution as to why there is blood in my urine or as to where it is coming from.
I am constantly in pain. they have now taken a test for TB.
Would it be harmful to use Natpro although i am 14 years and not diagnosed as yet but am desperate for relief. Also is Natpro available in South Africa,if not how long does postage take.

thank you
Kind Regards

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Jun 19, 2012
Hi Wray-question please
by: Wray

Hi Aaliyah We do have a page on Endometriosis. If it is that I've found 500mg/day progesterone is needed to stop the pain. Once it's under control the amount can be reduced over a number of weeks. Although you say the result of the cystoscopy was inconclusive, inflammation of the bladder or urethra could be a cause. Progesterone can help with this too, it's a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It is safe to start the progesterone, I put my daughter on it at 14, and she's still using it at 30. And yes it is available in South Africa, please contact Joy on her website here. She will be able to give you further advice too, as there are a number of antioxidants you would benefit from, besides the progesterone. Please have a vitamin D test done, this is so often low in inflammatory conditions, Joy can advise on this. Take care Wray

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