I tried natpro for 10 months. I felt better mentally and slept better almost immediately, but my hair was falling out in clumps and my period stopped while using the cream as directed on this website. As I read more about women experiencing the same thing,, I assumed it was estrogen dominance and continued to add more progesterone. I was doing an average of 400mg per day sometimes more. The more I added, there more hair I lost. I read every post on hair loss and each one was met with more gaslighting than the medical community gives. Insisting people just need more progesterone. In my research I came across an apparently widely known back door pathway to dht from progesterone https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1043276004002140. This can easily be googled and I am unsure of why no one talks about it here. I foolishly listened to the stories on this website and lost about 50 percent of my hair. I have miniaturization and no regrow now. I have been off progesterone for 5 months now. The shedding completely stopped after about 2 months of going off the cream. Going off also caused withdrawal symptoms similar to benzo withdrawal because at high doses working on gaba receptors, how could it not. If this site is all about helping women when the medical community couldn’t, how can you have such black and white guidelines. I am 34 and I tested my hormones while supplementing with natpro which showed low estrogen, low testosterone and high dht which means it could not have been coming from my even lower testosterone. My progesterone was in the high normal range. All vitamins and thyroid tested normal. Low estrogen can also cause hair loss. Progesterone can be converted into dht in some women. Stop the gaslighting and educate yourselves.