I attended lectures by John Lee
by Anne Glover
Wray, thank you so much for your response and helpful information. I'm a bit like you. I discovered natural progesterone around 15 years ago and was absorbed by it.
I attended lectures by John Lee when he was in England and thought he explained it wonderfully. It's really good to speak to a like minded person. The information you gave me about my partner was interesting. I have bought John Lee's book on balancing male hormones and he says to take 5 - 8mg of progesterone and 2 of testosterone. I started my partner on around 10mg of progesterone because of his condition. I thougt 100 was a huge amount but if you could explain why you feel this would be benefical I'd be grateful. Can a man have too much progesterone and if so do you know what the effects would be? Have you any research or do you know where I can find any research of higher doses of progesterone given for prostate cancer?
I'm also curious as to the progesterone therapy site. Did you set that up? I'd be interested in doing something similar in the UK. We have nothing and I have had so many friends who have been helped by natural progesterone and who are always asking me for advise. (Just by the way, when I read about it reducing arthitis I told a young girl who suffers from it to rub it directly on her joints and she was astounded to find that she no longer had the pain in her wrists).
I did wonder whether the high dose would convert into testosterone which he is low on but haven't enough information to make a decision. We had a blood profile by ZRT labs and I have the evaluation here if you'd like to see it. I was told by a compounding pharmacist to give my partner (Andy) 10mg of testosterone. She could not make it up without a prescription and I am dithering a bit as to where best to buy a bio-identical cream. Have you any ideas?
I gave my dog another dose last night and this morning she seems a little quicker although she is still just trickling. She has had two lots of around 20mg which is probably higher than you suggested but I'd already given her that dose and it hasn't seemed to have done her any harm. I so look forward to hearing from you.