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Jun 15, 2012
by: Wray

Hi Leona I've put all your queries on one page to make things easier. If you have got a yam cream it's not going to do much, it needs to be progesterone to help. We do ship to many people in Canada, so I don't see you having a problem. I have found to stop heavy and/or continual bleeding, 400mg/day is needed. I'm not sure of the strength of the cream you have so can't advise on the amount. And if it is a yam cream, it's pointless trying to work anything out. But if you do get the Natpro, you will need 12ml of cream per day, or 2.4 tsp. Once the bleeding has stopped you should reduce the amount very slowly over a few weeks. Reducing too quickly will cause symptoms to come back. You might consider taking NAC (N-acetyl cysteine), this inhibits the MMPs which cause the bleeding. We have more info about this on our Menstruation page. As you're in the very late stages of Peri-menopause, this page might be of interest. Plus our page on Menopause. You might like to read these comments here too. You can start the cream immediately you receive it. Take care Wray

Jun 16, 2012
Restore Progesterone cream
by: Leona

Hello Wray:

Thank-you so much for writing me back. I ordered something called Restore cream the other day from Alternative Medical Network. Do you know anything about Restore?

I will try it one time to see if it works, I really want my period to stop.

Once again thank-you very much.


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