Question...regulating cycle

by Kim

Wray, I started using Natpro in 2007. Long story, but I quit and now I am ready to start again. Back then, you sent me two scenarios to regulated my cycle. Can you send them again? They were saved on an old computer. This is the only place I can find to type a question.

Thanks so much!

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Aug 08, 2011
Question...regulating cycle
by: Wray

Hi Kim I'm trying to rack my brains as to why I gave you two! There is only one way, and that's to use it following a cycle. I'm assuming you don't have a regular one, so suggest you start off following the average length, which is 28 days. Your own cycle length should assert itself after a few months. So count 14 days from day one of bleeding in your next cycle, then start using the cream on day 15, and use it for 14 days. Please be aware that initially progesterone can upset the cycle, making it either early or late. If spotting should occur continue using the cream, if you get a full period, stop using it and begin counting 14 days again. We do have more info on our page How to use progesterone cream. Alternatively if you have bad symptoms, you can use the progesterone continually, during your period too, until you feel stable. Then follow the info I've outlined above. Before you start using it, please read our page on Oestrogen Dominance. I'm not sure if you experienced this when you tried the cream in 2007, but it can be disconcerting. Take care Wray

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