Using Progesterone Cream

by | Thursday, November 13, 2014 |

If you are a woman entering perimenopause or menopause, you may be considering various options for helping with menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, or mood swings. The use of progesterone cream has become a very popular and effective method for easing these symptoms and balancing out the fluctuating hormones in a woman’s body. If you have been considering progesterone cream as an option, take note of these basic facts:

Application

Ideal areas for application are where capillaries are dense and close to the skin such as the face, neck, upper chest, breasts, inner arms, and the palms of your hands and soles of your feetIt is important to note that splitting the application between morning and in the evening is often recommended. Here are more key tips for the proper use of progesterone cream:

1.More is Not Necessarily Better: While it is very difficult to actually use too much progesterone cream in a one-time use, you should be mindful to follow the usageguidelines for best results. If you continuously apply too much, your results will not improve and you may begin to have side effects (such as drowsiness).

2.Know Your Body: It is common to feel symptoms, including breast tenderness and swelling, spotting, hot flashes, fatigue, and headaches when you first start progesterone. Sometimes, symptoms get worse before they get better. The reason is that the progesterone receptors are incorrectly “reading” progesterone as estrogen, which in turn aggravates the apparent estrogen dominance symptoms. Usually, within 2 to 3 cycles, the hormone receptors will begin to correctly “read” the progesterone; during this time, women should consistently apply their cream.

3.Good Things Take Time: You should not expect immediate results from progesterone cream. It could take up to 4-6 months for you to feel the full positive effects of the cream, especially if your progesterone levels are very low to start with. Remember, you did not develop symptoms overnight.

4.When to Avoid Use of Progesterone Cream: If you have severe active liver disease, abnormal vaginal bleeding, hepatitis, rotor syndrome or Dubin-Johnson syndrome, you should avoid using progesterone cream. If you have questions about this, check with your healthcare provider.

Kokoro Natural Progesterone

Kokoro makes a variety of all natural progesterone creams to help you achieve the healthy balance you are looking for in your life. Our progesterone creams are formulated to work with a person’s body during young, midlife or the more mature years. Many of our customers have used Kokoro progesterone cream to aid in addressing the difficult symptoms during perimenopause and menopause with excellent results. Ready to try it for yourself? Visit our website to view our wide variety of high quality, affordable products, and to learn more regarding their use.

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YOU SHOULD NOT USE THIS INFORMATION FOR DIAGNOSING A HEALTH PROBLEM OR PRESCRIBING A MEDICATION, EVEN FOR YOURSELF. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR OWN PHYSICIAN AND MEDICAL ADVISORS PRIOR TO BEGINNING ANY SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM OR IF YOU HAVE HEALTH CONCERNS OR ISSUES.

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