New to Natpro
Hallo Wray, I'm 47 and am a long-term sufferer of endometriosis. My periods have started going out of sync and I've just begun using Natpro.
Endometriosis, for me, means coping with unbearable pain (including mid-cycle) and often defeats NSAID medication. Preparation is the key to coping with this. But out of sync periods make this very hard (I'm taking far too many painkillers trying to pre-empt pain). So accordingly, I'm treating myself for irregular cycles, i.e. 1/2 teaspoon twice a day, every day of the month as you suggest.
I recently had some hormone blood tests and a test for iron. These were the results...
Serum Progesterone: 37
Blood Count: Ferritin 15; Hb 12.2; MCB 91;
White cells 5.9
The first two figures suggest I'm post-menopausal and the progesterone shows I'm still ovulating (though whether this is the case every month I am not sure).
I'm also on the verge of low blood pressure (101/67).
On taking NATPRO for the first time yesterday, I noticed straight away a sensation of euphoria passing down my arms and legs, and this affected my heart too. I got worried because I felt (suddenly) very out of breath; and when I applied the night-time dose, was on the verge of palpitations, and had a kind of tight feeling in my chest all night which kept me awake and I lay there anticipating palpitations.
Is this to do with the large amount used? And could this be to do with oestrogen backlash caused by the use of progesterone?
Wray, I really do want Natpro to work. I hope I've given enough information and look very much forward to your much-needed advice. All the best.