Not just for menopause, as supplementing with bioidentical progesterone can help with PMS, PCOS, anovulatory cycles, irregular or heavy periods and to support fertility and prevent miscarriage.
Thought of as an older persons problem, osteoporosis is now a threat to the younger generation and it is their diet that could be to blame.
There are increased health risks for both men and women as they are exposed to excess oestrogen.
Women looking to have a baby later in life need to consider the effect of endometriosis on fertility. Linked to oestrogen dominance, it can be helped by diet and supplementary bioidentical progesterone to relieve symptoms.
For the majority of women this is thankfully short lived and restoring progesterone levels after birth is helpful but a surprisingly high proportion may be at risk of future depression.
Good progesterone levels are essential for a healthy pregnancy and birth, but lacking this essential vitamin can also affect the outcome.
The risk of baby blues can be reduced if bioidentical natural progesterone is given to compensate for plunging levels after delivery.
A condition linked to oestrogen dominance, it can be helped by diet and supplementary bioidentical progesterone to relieve symptoms.
Many women suffer ‘baby blues’ after giving birth, but a new study reveals a surprisingly high number of them actually have postpartum depressive symptoms.
Whether for contraception, menopause symptoms or to control heavy bleeding, women have been given artificial hormones for many years now. What is the price we have paid?