Pregnancy Problems

I am currently 32 years old. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for about 2 years now. I have a child who is 7 with another man and he has a 12yo with another lady so we both have had a child. My periods are never on time and im not sure I even ovulate anymore? (if thats possible) I talked to my obgyn and he told me to chart but I never notice a spike in my temp. (maybe I dont know what I am doing) The very first time I was pregnant I had a miscarriage b/c of my progestrone level. The second time I became pregnant they put me on progestrone pills and I was able to have a baby. I did order some of this cream. I havent got it yet but I am wondering if anyone has any advice. Also, how do i apply this cream, how much, where at etc??

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May 16, 2014
Pregnancy Problems
by: Joy

Hi there

There are many factors that contribute to the signs of infertility, such as a deficiency in both progesterone and vitamin D. Stress can cause Miscarriages and anovulation, please read the Infertility page. Also read the Pregnancy page and How to use Progesterone Cream. It is also most important that you read Estrogen Dominance before you start to use the cream.

Any form of oral progesterone is not the best delivery method as 96% is destroyed by the gut and liver. Creams are so much better as they can be used all over the body, even hair follicles absorbs progesterone well.

Vitamin D is very important, a deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone and is also connected to every single cell and it’s formation in our bodies including infertility. It is also essential for the unborn child, this makes it vital.

Hope this helps

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