when to stop

by Floor
(Amsterdam, Netherlands)

I have PCOS and endometriosis. I did a hair analysis with Dr. Wilson who agreed for me to use progesterone cream but He advised to use this temporarily because in the end my own body has to work on its own. I'm on a full health program to recover from these hormonal issues together with burn-out. I'm using progesterone for over a year now. My period has returned. I'm very happy with that but endometriosis is still present. Now my question is: when do I have to stop using the cream? And do I have to quit slowly? Maybe start with a lower dose?

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Jan 19, 2016
When to stop
by: Joy

Hi Floor

It has nothing to do with the body having to work on it's own, what is your doctor thinking? I think your doctor needs to 'work on his own'! Our environment and drugs are mainly to blame for the excess estrogen that each and everyone of us have to deal with each day. Please do a Google search on the website and read ESTROGEN DOMINANCE and ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS. PCOS and ENDOMETRIOSIS and FIBROIDS, for that matter, are all caused by oxidative stress and unless that is dealt with the situation will not clear as you are experiencing. So I ask you with tears in my eyes, how can the body work on it's own?

When do you stop using? When all your symptoms, including endo clears and not before that. Also what cream are you using and how much? Please read HOW TO USE PROGESTERONE CREAM this will help you to understand progesterone therapy and how to reduced slowly, but you can't reduce until your endo etc have cleared.

What is your VITAMIN D3 level? A deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone, it is also vital for endo, PCOS etc, it is also connected to every single cell in our bodies. Remember to take the co-factors when taking vitamin D3, magnesium being one the of the most important ones.

Hope this helps.

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