by Kokoro, LLC
| Tuesday, December 2, 2014 |
There are many reasons why women choose to use progesterone
cream and a number of different creams to choose from, as well. With all of the choices and motivations for
use, we thought it might be useful to go over the basics.
One of the most common times that women look to progesterone cream
is the time leading up to menopause, and while it is taking place. Because symptoms of menopause vary greatly
from woman to woman, it makes sense that every woman will have a slightly
different experience using progesterone cream.
Do Your Research
Depending on your specific symptoms and the specific outcomes
you are looking to achieve, your best bet is to do your own research, gather
pertinent information for your set of circumstances, and to even try multiple
creams until you find what works best for you.
You know your body better than
any company trying to sell you a cream, so follow your instincts. Always remember: if a cream manufacturer makes
claims that seem too good to be true, chances are that they cannot deliver.
Be mindful that companies that sell cosmetic progesterone
cream cannot legally claim to cure or eliminate symptoms, so if you read these
types of claims, be skeptical. Also
remember that, just because something is printed on the Internet does not mean
it is true.
Many women indicate that they experience relief with their individual
symptoms with the use of progesterone cream.
One key thing to understand is how much cream to apply and when. Normal usage is between ? and ¼ teaspoon
twice a day. You should apply the cream
to areas of the body high in capillary concentration, like the face, chest,
throat, breast, palms and soles of feet.
Premenopausal women should start using progesterone cream on
day 12 of their cycle and continue until day 26 (you should adapt this slightly
if you have a longer or shorter cycle.)
On the other hand, menopausal women (who are not taking
estrogen) generally have some flexibility about when they use the cream. Using it three out of four weeks often works
well, and you can use a bit more if symptoms are severe.
Menopausal women who are
taking estrogen should consult with their healthcare provider when deciding
whether to add progesterone cream, and may need to taper off the estrogen.
Commit and be Patient
Regardless of your motivation for using progesterone cream,
try to be committed to your application, as this will likely help you achieve
the positive results you are looking for.
While it is possible to achieve positive results quickly, it takes many
women several months to achieve desired results. Patience is key during this process.
Kokoro’s Balance cream is one option to consider when you are
looking for a progesterone cream option.
This cream is one of the finest natural progesterone creams on the
market and the choice for thousands of women seeking a balanced, healthy
lifestyle. Visit our website
for more information, or to browse our products!
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when to use progesterone cream depends on a variety of factors and may be
different for each individual. Learn
more about Kokoro’s Balance Cream today.