Conditions that can develop from hormonal imbalance, and will respond favourably to Naturone Progesterone Therapy
Auto-immune disease – Lupus
Blood sugar; low - (hypoglycemia) and high (hyperglycemia)
Cancer of hormonally sensitive tissue
Cold hands and feet
Fertility and other female problems
Hair loss & excessive facial hair in women
Miscarriages and infertility
Post Natal Depression
Naturone - How to Apply
Rub the required amount of cream thoroughly into the skin. It is advisable to rub the cream into thin skin areas as well as fatty areas as this will provide a steady flow of progesterone into your system emulating the output from the adrenals.
If you have been on HRT (hormone replacement therapy) or have a naturally high level of estrogen, progesterone will make you more sensitive to the estrogen in your body. We call this estrogen release. If the symptoms of estrogen dominance get worse for a while, it is advisable to increase the daily application of NATURONE until these symptoms have gone.
The main symptoms of this Estrogen release are:
- breast tenderness
- bloating/weight gain from water retention
- spotting or a temporary reappearance of your periods
- chronic fatigue
- hot flushes
Any women coming off their HRT should progressively decrease their dosage of HRT over a 3 to 6 month period, to avoid withdrawal symptoms. An abrupt reduction in estrogen can trigger resumption of hot flushes or vaginal dryness. These symptoms can be prevented by the gradual lowering of the dose. It is recommended that you initially lower the dose by one-half and then every two to three months you can try by lowering the dose by half again.
As the hormonal balance is restored once progesterone therapy has been started, many drugs may be discontinued, such as the anti-depressants, thyroid drugs, pain killers, anti-allergy drugs to name a few. Always taper off your drugs slowly and with the advice of your health specialist. Any additional stress, good or bad, can cause your symptoms to recur. If this should happen then increase the daily application until they go.
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