Progesterone indefinitely

by June

So I had a mishap that caused heavy bleeding after supplements given by naturopath. It gave me higher prolactin and estrogen. I need to rectify this with progesterone but does progesterone therapy give permanent gains? Or does all the work go away once you stop taking it? How does the body go back to it’s original state after taking progesterone for a period of time? Does progesterone build up in the tissues to make that happen? Also I noticed when I tried to remedy this with Vitex, I noticed my blood changed to a watery light red colour. Could low estrogen cause blood thinning?? Also I noticed many progesterone products have Vitamin E in it, like Natpro. Will that further thin out blood? Thanks.

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Oct 30, 2023
Progesterone Indefinitely
by: Joy

Hi June

Is it possible that what the naturopath gave you needed time for the body to adjust? I am asking because time is needed when using progesterone. It can take 2-6 months for the body to adjust to progesterone therapy.

Progesterone will certainly help you permanently as long as it is used correctly and indefinitely. The moment you stop using all your adverse symptoms will return as it allows estrogen to become the dominant hormone. The aim of progesterone therapy is to make progesterone the dominant hormone and all times. You could also experiment to see if it balances everything and stop to see how you feel. Progesterone balances everything, it is the same progesterone that our body produces as long as it is Ph. Eur. USP JP such as Natpro. If not, then it is not natural.

Vitex is estrogenic and can cause an upset as it did with you.

I can find no evidence that low estrogen levels and vitamin E causes blood thinning. Progesterone, Omega 3 fish oil, niacin (B3), Vitamin D3 and taurine does by lowering total cholesterol and triglyceride levels. They speed up circulation by thinning blood.

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