I'm surgically menopausal for 17 yrs. How might Natpro help me?

by Janice
(Casa Grande, AZ)

When at age 46, I developed huge clotting and a friend told me "this is normal going into menopause", I just bought more pads! I did more natural & herbal things, as suggested, including Emerita.

One month, I passed out and decided to see a dr. This lead to the need for a transfusion and referral to an OB/GYN. When I went in for a D & C, she found a huge fibroid tumor, so then performed a hysterectomy, leaving one ovary. Endometriosis was also found.

I used a cream for awhile, when I remarried at age 52, but ran out. Now, I have zero libido, painfully dry tissue and weight gain. Recommended dosage for Natpro?

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Jun 01, 2015
I'm surgically menopausal for 17 yrs. How might Natpro help me?
by: Wray

Hi Janice Clots are normal for the Peri-menopause transition. And if you had a Fibroid, the chances are your Vitamin D was, and still is, very low, see here, here, here, here, here and here. Please have a test done and get it up high by taking ±10,000iu/day. A lack of vitamin D reduces the benefits of progesterone. We also have a page on Endometriosis and another on Libido. As for the amount to use I can't say. It is trial and error, but would suggest you don't use less than 100mg/day. You might like to see our page on Menopause. Take care Wray

Jun 01, 2015
Thank you!
by: Janice

Just want to say thank you, Wray, for your quick reply and further references. I plan to get started soon, and will comment changes! Blessings!!

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