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Progesterone Replacement Therapy is perhaps one of the most effective methods of restoring progesterone levels in the body.
Most women affected by low progesterone levels are are pre- and post-menopausal.
In some cases, women also suffer from testosterone imbalance and may seek treatment to help correct this as well to improve hormone levels that have naturally decreased due to aging.
If you are suffering from symptoms due to menopause, such as hot flashes, fatigue, mood swings, uterine fibroids, or low libido, Hormone Replacement Therapy may be the right treatment for you!
There are several types
Progesterone therapy originates in two different forms: Progestins/Progestogens, and Progesterone.
Synthesized progesterone that looks a lot like the body’s own progesterone but is synthetically manufactured and is known as a progestin or progestogens.
Bioidentical progesterone is structurally identical to biological progesterone produced by the body, while progestins can have significant health risks.
Women choose natural bioidentical progesterone, a safer alternative to synthetic progesterone, to minimize the risk of side effects such as breast cancer and heart disease.
Why It’s So Important
Progesterone is the dominant female hormone, produced primarily by the ovaries and in a smaller amount by the adrenal glands. As the dominant hormone, it’s necessary for the production of many other hormones. Two of the noteworthy ones are estrogen and testosterone.
What Does Progesterone Do In the Body?
During the reproductive years, progesterone prepares the uterine lining (or womb) for pregnancy, and each month, levels rise following ovulation. Unless you become pregnant, the progesterone levels drop and trigger a monthly menstrual period. Progesterone plays an important role in balancing out the effects of estrogen and other hormones.
HOW IT HELPS
Progesterone therapy boosts low progesterone levels by supplementing progesterone naturally. Women suffering from progesterone imbalance experience a host of symptoms ranging from: hot flashes, mood swings, low libido, uterine fibroids, infertility, etc.
HOW IT’S ADMINISTERED
Progesterone therapy is administered using bioidentical oral capsules, which can only be acquired through pharmacies specializing in bioidentical hormone replacement.
PAIRED WITH TESTOSTERONE
Yes, testosterone plays an important role in both men and women. Testosterone helps to level out estrogen and progesterone levels in women, contributing to a healthy hormonal balance. It impacts many components of a woman’s health such as: energy levels, vaginal tissue thickness, memory, mood and self-esteem, lean muscle mass, and sexual desire.
Results will vary from person to person. While Fountain of You MD may share clinical statistics or clinical trial results, as well as optimal result levels, we can not guarantee that you will achieve the same results for identical treatments reported.