by janet

Could you please say, can I use cream in the vagina all the time or just now and again?

I am post menopause, stopped hrt a year ago, have only been using the cream for two weeks but very confused.

Do I use it in or around the vagina?

Please help xx

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Aug 21, 2017
by: Joy

Hi Janet

You can certainly insert Natpro Progesterone Cream in the vagina at night and get into bed. I do this every night. I do not recommend it in the mornings though as it can get rather messy and would be a waste of cream. It is excellent for dryness and inflammation. Progesterone must be used a minimum of twice a day. It can be used all over the body, is an excellent anti-inflammatory so it is good for any aches and pains. I can't speak for inserting other brands of cream though as they could contain ingredients that my cause irritation.

A good decision to come off HRT as they do have a potential to cause harm. You will clearly be suffering from Estrogen Dominance because of it. I suggest 100-200mg per day, more may be needed, it would depend on how much excess estrogen you have. The idea is to make progesterone the dominant hormone and to keep it dominant at all times. It is vital for those in Menopause, whether peri or post.

Do you know what your Vitamin D3 level is, a deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone and is connected to every single functioning cell in our body's, making it vital. Co-factors are needed when taking vitamin D3.

Take care.

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Mar 23, 2018
how to insert in vagina? how much?
by: Anonymous


how do I insert this creme from tube or pump INTO vagina?!

I DID use other progesteron creme vaginally 100mg, I get too tired from this amount. Is it ok to use less? Cause topical & vaginal absorbtions are quite strongly different! Vaginally effects up to 3 times more, for 200mg that is.

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