Progesterone is an essential and critical hormone involved in many important processes in the female body.
Normal progesterone levels are required for fertility, mood, weight maintenance, balance estrogen levels and much more.
One of the benefits of progesterone is, unlike other hormones, how available it is.
Progesterone USP (bio-identical progesterone) is available for purchase over the counter in the United States.
Does that mean you should start taking it?
Well, not necessarily, but in this article we will help you determine if it's helpful for you.
Low progesterone is more common than you might think.
If you've been dealing with changes to your mood, weight gain or irregularities in your menstrual cycle then you might have low progesterone without realizing it.
Finding out if you have low progesterone is important because progesterone (along with estradiol/estrogen) help maintain and keep in balance other hormone systems in your body.
Use this guide and low progesterone symptoms checklist to help determine if you have low progesterone, but more importantly what causes it and how to treat it:Continue reading
When you think of progesterone most of us are conditioned to think that it causes weight loss.
But the truth is that progesterone can cause both weight loss and weight gain, depending on the situation of who is using it.
Not only that but how you take progesterone and at what dose may determine if it helps with weight loss or weight gain.
Learn how to use progesterone correctly in this post.
Dizziness, weight gain, water retention...
These are just some high progesterone symptoms.
If you think you are experiencing issues with progesterone you need to make sure you understand what causes high progesterone, but also how to treat it.
Use this checklist to determine if you meet the criteria: