The most prevalent cause of infertility
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I'm asking a few questions on behalf of my support group for post natal depression, thanks for your time.
G is 38 .she had two miscarriages, was prescribed glucophase (spelling? ) and carried to term. she was diagnosed with PND six weeks after the arrival of her firstborn. she is due again on 25th December and has the following questions....
Can i use this product while pregnant ......she is VERY pregnant
Can i use it whilst breastfeeding
Do your progesterone levels have to be low before using product
And my questions.
I am 32. we tried for a year before falling pregnant naturally nearly four years ago. I had PND and terrible anxiety. I am trying for another baby, and have had two miscarriages since February. all the emotional ups and downs have made me feel very low and anxious, obviously, i cant go back on anti depressants while trying for another baby. So what would you recommend as an appropriate dose, i would love to start right now as i am teary and sensitive. Would rather not wait two weeks for ovulation.
Thanks sally looking forward to sharing this with the girls
THE most prevalent reason for Luteal Phase Abortion (the most common reason for infertility right now) , miscarriages and PND is lack of progesterone. You cannot accurately test progesterone levels with a blood test, so testing your progesterone levels is a waste of time. The truth is, we are all progesterone deficient due to our high levels of stress. The stress hormones, Adrenalin and Cortisol come directly from the progesterone molecule (known as the mother hormone of so many in the D4 steroid pathway)
so YES YES YES to all your questions below.
I have a wonderful testimony to pass on to your group which will really encourage them. I often get feed back from the odd individual, but when I visited Australia 4 years ago, I spoke to a group such as yours who were all struggling to have babies ….and 10 of the 15 in the group went onto Naturone. I visited last year (3 years later) and EVERY ONE of them had children, and some pregnant for the second time. I have NO DOUBT this works better than any dangerous drug out there.
For PND, the best present you can give a girl in labour is a jar of Naturone to rub on as soon as she delivers. We are the only species on the planet that does not get the progesterone (from the placenta) back into our bodies. With the exception of Tom Cruise and his wife and a few enlightened tribes around the world, we sadly lack the progesterone because we do not eat the placenta !!! Progesterone is not only good for the woman, but for the baby too … it is 'Nature's Valium' and calms everyone down, promotes sleep and certainly stops the anxiety and panic attacks and negative thinking that is due to the deficiency of this vital hormone.
To answer Gs question …. YES she can use the progesterone whilst pregnant. I presume she has type 2 diabetes? Glucophage is Metformin which is the diabetic drug. There are risks using this drug, but if she carried to term before, then good luck to her. She can start to use progesterone any time, however the Placenta at later stages of pregnancy usually has enough to support the development of the foetus, however if she feels the need, she can use Naturone, starting with small dose and building it up to 2 ml twice daily over a month. Bearing in mind that progesterone is also VERY necessary for the childbirth process …. it stops women going into shock!! Yes she can use it during breast feeding (see above). The dose is 1ml twice daily and she must stop it once her first period starts. Then she can follow the 2 week off/2 week on regime … applying the cream according to her cycle. Progesterone is released just before ovulation and then maintains high levels for about another 12 days so that is why you do not use it in the first 12/13 days of the cycle.
Do not start the cream before dat 12 of the cycle as this may prevent ovulation.
For you … THIS IS YOUR BEST BET and the perfect treatment for all those symptoms which are indicative of progesterone deficiencies.
Lastly, I want to say that neither you or G, or any others, should be on medication at your age (or ever!!)…. It is absolutely possible through changes in your lifestyle and eating habits, and getting your hormones balanced, that NO drug should be necessary. ALL dis-ease is due to some imbalance ! Type 2 Diabetes is reversible, so is depression etc etc.
For more info please read my webpage www.quantumhealing.co.za and info on progesterone, http://naturone.com