Is Progesterone going to save my life ?

by Sharon
(Yorkshire, England)

Having been ill since 2000, having a full hysterectomy and fibriods in 2002 then getting progessively worse ever since going round a series of Doctors and Hosiptal Consultants in the UK. Been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Depression, Severe Migraine, mini Stroke, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Fatigue, Painful Joints and Muscules.

I am at my wits end. I used to be a fully functioning individual, now I can barely get through a day. Discovering these websites on Bio Identical Progesterone could be the turning point in my life as it certainly cannot carry on the way it has been. The only problem I may have is there is no natural progesterone capsules/tablets available on prescription in the UK and I am unsure what to buy from a health store. Can you please advise.

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Mar 07, 2009
by: Anonymous

Prometrium is the pill that is a bio-identical progesterone that your doctor can prescribe for you. It can also be cut to put the gel inside of it onto your skin if you want to take it externally.

Apr 04, 2009
Is Progesterone going to save my life ?
by: Wray

Hi Sharon Apologies for the late reply, but I've been travelling. It's such a pity the adverse side affects of a hysterectomy are not given. Progesterone will certainly help with the migraine, anxiety, panic attacks, fatigue and pain. It can help with depression too if not severe, as it does raise serotonin levels, but as you have fibromyalgia, you will probably need to take the amino acid tryptophan, the precursor to serotonin, which is low in both depression and fibromyalgia. Serotonin will also help with the joint and muscle pain.

Progesterone is available on prescription in the UK, Cyclogest is the name of the suppository used there. Alternatively you can get the cream off our web site, many men and women in the UK receive it from us. See the link in the left margin 'Progesterone cream'. Take care, Wray.

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