Wray, I just wanted to fill you in on my story. I did not have my hysterectomy. Two weeks before I was due to have it, my husband moved out unexpectedly (to me) while I was babysitting our grandson. I was in total shock and disbelief. I planned on going through with the surgery, but the closer it came to it, I started my period the week before. I called My husband the Saturday before the surgery, and cried for him to please come home and help me through this. He never responded. The morning went on, and I ended up cutting my wrists. I was so overcome with grief, and was just comepletely despondent. After who knows how long of screaming, crying, and being hysterical. (I took our picture off the wall to feel like he was holding me)I finally called my sister. Her and my neice came over. They said I was just like a baby, crying for my mom and dad who are both passed on. I took a zanax, and walked around with my Natpro all morning. I kept putting it on. I finally fell asleep. When I woke up, my kids were here, and I started to have another breakdown. I was shaking like I was freezing, Crying, screaming.The gave me two zanex, and I screamed get my cream. My neice later told me , my son just squirted a big handful in my hand and I rubbed it all over my legs, arms, face and neck. They were beside themselves too. They made the desision to admit me to a hospital, and I was taken by ambulance to the local hospital. I was then transfered to a medical facility and kept for 9 days. My anti depressants were changed and my zanex increased. I was also given a sleeping pill. I had another breakdown while I was in there and had to be sedated. I kept my Natpro with me at all times, and when I would get anxious, I put some on. I told all the nurses about your website, and they were very interested in the lack of progesterone and what it can do to a body. It always calmed me down. I am home, off work, and still nothing from my husband. The support men need to give their wives, is so important to healing. I have been cleaning, moving furniture and making the house "my house "with painting, and doing what I have always wanted to do.It does not take the place of love and support. I just want men to know, please stick by your wives. Lack of Progesterone needs to be spoke about on ABC, NBC, and every mainstream news media. If more people understood what the lack of it can do to a body, maybe testing for it, would save alot of needless medical tests, and divorces.