Abnormal Cervical Mucus is a condition wherein the mucus lining the cervix and the uterus is not quite as it should be; the change in mucus consistency throughout the ovulation process is engineered mainly to aid in sperm journey and egg fertilization. Alteration in mucus consistency, with which the normal is thin and watery, becomes an obstruction for the sperm to reach the egg to ensure conception. With the low production of estrogen, the mucus becomes thick for sperm to pass or swim through. Specific reproductive glands are responsible for the secretion of proper mucus to line the cervix, and repeated infections and presence of sexually transmitted diseases are the common culprits of abnormal cervical mucus production.
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Preventing bone loss (osteoporosis). Some research suggests that applying progesterone to the skin is not effective for increasing bone mineral density in postmenopausal women. Other research shows that applying progesterone to the skin for 2 years may be as effective for preventing bone loss as drinking isoflavone-containing soy milk. However, the combination of soy milk plus progesterone seems to result greater bone loss than either single treatment alone.

The ‘pill’ is often prescribed as the solution to reproductive disorders, yet it’s designed to attach the drug progestin (not progesterone) to the progesterone receptors to block the uptake of progesterone thus preventing ovulation. The problem is if we don’t ovulate we don’t produce progesterone. Balanced progesterone levels are essential for a healthy reproductive system.
If using a potent form of progesterone then be cautious with your dosing. Doctors and pharmacists will often recommend 200mg a day of a product. This can be excessive for some, as it’s unlikely that the body would ever produce that much in a day on its own. Excesses are much less likely when using a more moderate dosing regimen.?If your levels are high then a good rule of thumb would be to drop your dose down to 60/mg per day.

A woman's ovaries may produce high progesterone levels. This hormone is naturally secreted during the second week of her period in a woman who is in child-bearing age. The substances are called progestogens or progestins. They are also found in birth-control pills, in hormones given during menopause for replacement therapy, or in medications to correct abnormal bleeding problems during menses. These hormones are also used to counteract PMS syndrome, infertility, and pregnancy loss. Many women are aware of the effects of too little or too much estrogen, but have never looked up progesterone side effects.
Hormones may be a complex and challenging part of being a woman – but they can also be a rewarding one. The trick is simply to learn how to raise a white flag and stop being in a state of constant warfare against the body – and instead start practicing how to live in harmonious dialogue. I talk in great depth about how to do so in my best-seller – Sexy by Nature – which you can take a look at at Amazon, here. It was a real adventure, but I finally learned how to do it (and get my progesterone levels back up!), and you most certainly can, too.
Estrogen dominance is more common than not. Estrogen stores in the tissues (liver, skin, etc.), and a blood test cannot detect the overall estrogen value. It is likely that if the serum level of estrogen is low, it’s raging high in the tissues, making “low estrogen” a misnomer. It’s almost better to have a higher serum estrogen level because you know your body is producing it out of necessity. Estrogen, by physiologically definition, can never get low. Ray Peat gets into the nitty gritty in this interview: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/eastwesthealing/2011/03/15/ray-peat-estrogen-vs-progesterone
In the past, intramuscular injections were commonly used as a result of the lack of other available preparations. Multiple studies have shown no difference in the outcome of IVF treatment when compared to vaginal progesterone, and some even have even shown superiority of vaginal progesterone.. An additional advantage of vaginal progesterone is that it does not cause the pain of intramuscular progesterone injections. In some circumstances, combinations of different types of progesterone may be prescribed.

In the 1990's an American medical doctor, John R. Lee, pioneered the use of natural progesterone in treating breast cancer, PMS and menstrual problems. Dr Lee emphasised the use of natural progesterone with its dynamic and holistic properties, and warned doctors to avoid synthetic progesterone look-alikes or analogs, because they were not as effective and have nasty side-effects. Unfortunately many doctors are not aware of this important distinction. Pharmaceutical companies promote only their more profitable patented look-alikes. The best-known look-alikes are various progestins and progestogens.
Sometimes, the tests are not done in the best way to show the clearest picture. Magdalena has this talk about testing https://youtu.be/tpitbCA1yXg. Also, you will want to catch this workshop to learn more http://www.cookingforbalance.com. When we have too much of the toxic aggressive estrogen it “pushes down” the progesterone. So, the trick can often mean resolving the estrogen dominance. ~Deanna HB Team

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I have a question. I’m forty one and the Dr. Put me on Progestrone to shed the lining every month since I might twice a year. He put me on progestrone since those levels were low and try to force my body. He said if the lining is not shed every two or three months it could make a bed for cancer cells to grow. Still no lining shed. Is this common knowledge?


The progesterone prescription products that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are LIKELY SAFE for most people when used by mouth, applied to the skin, applied into vagina, or injected into the muscle with the advice and care of a healthcare professional. However, progesterone can cause many side effects including stomach upset, changes in appetite, weight gain, fluid retention and swelling (edema), fatigue, acne, drowsiness or insomnia, allergic skin rashes, hives, fever, headache, depression, breast discomfort or enlargement, premenstrual syndrome (PMS)-like symptoms, altered menstrual cycles, irregular bleeding, and other side effects.

I have a question. I’m forty one and the Dr. Put me on Progestrone to shed the lining every month since I might twice a year. He put me on progestrone since those levels were low and try to force my body. He said if the lining is not shed every two or three months it could make a bed for cancer cells to grow. Still no lining shed. Is this common knowledge?


Progesterone is a member of a group of hormones known as progestogens or progestins (the exogenous or synthetic versions.)  These can be found in birth-control pills, in hormones given during menopause for replacement therapy, or in medications to correct abnormal bleeding problems during menses.  These hormones are also used to counteract PMS syndrome, infertility, and pregnancy loss.  Many women are aware of the effects of too little or too much estrogen, but have never looked up progesterone side-effects.

I’ve always suspected my progesterone levels are low bc around two weeks prior to my cycle starting my sleep goes haywire. I have always struggled with sleep issues, but it consistently gets really bad right before I start and then improves (relatively). I’ve been meaning to get it tested, but I have yet to consistently track bbt. This is a very helpful post! Thank you!
I’m so sorry about your previous miscarriages. Low progesterone is only one cause of a miscarriage – though I wish this were easier for me to answer. While I can’t offer you direct advice, I can tell you that when miscarriages are not understood, many doctors will opt to prescribe progesterone preventatively, in the hopes that it helps to maintain a pregnancy. Please let me know how things go. Warmly, Dr Julie
To achieve the same effect, physicians generally recommend more hormone replacement by way of stronger dose. Thyroid replacement, for example, progresses over time from primarily a low dose T4 replacement program, to a combination of T4/T3 replacement, then finally to a high dose strong T3 replacement. In like manner, the dosage of transdermal natural progesterone may start at a 20 mg dose, but ultimately can be much more. Sufferers may be switched to other delivery systems, such as sublingual forms, to enhance absorption. Oral progesterone favored by most physicians may start at 100 to 200 mg per day but can be increased significantly over time.
Levels of this important hormone peak in the second half of a woman’s cycle after ovulation (the reason for progesterone’s name, which literally means “promoting gestation”). If you enjoy natural hormone balance, then estrogen and progesterone work a little like yin and yang in your body. But hormonal imbalance in women is such a common modern world problem, that many women are getting by on the minimal amount of progesterone. And because of this, they are struggling emotionally and physically.
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