by Sharon Croft
(Leesburg, GA)

Why does the cream not come with a measuring device?

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Nov 10, 2011
by: Wray

Hi Sharon Principally to keep costs down, we've looked at many devices, some would add substantially to the cost. Secondly we would have to look at what measurement to use. The smallest we've found gives 0.2ml each pump, this would give 6.66mg progesterone. We have men using 10mg/day, would they use 1 pump or 2? We have many women using 200mg/day, they would have to pump the container 30 times to get the amount they want. Some use 400-500mg/day, they would require 60-75 pumps. And finally we have one woman using up to 1000mg/day. She would have to pump 150 times to get the amount she wanted. We could of course use a pump which dispenses a larger amount. But would still be left with the question, does it suit everyone. Most supermarkets sell kitchen measuring spoons, some health shops have measures, and they are available on the web, see here. Take care Wray

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