In the US alone, more than 6 million women want to get pregnant & have a healthy baby
- 1 in 10 women in childbearing years are either unable to get pregnant or go full-term, and these numbers are on the rise.
- When a woman wants to have a baby, but has one miscarriage after another, what does this do to her emotions? Her self-esteem?
Progesterone gets its name from latin word Ges-tare, English Gestation, making it the Pro-gestational hormone; the one necessary for conception and full-term pregnancy.
Pregnancy & the Menstrual Cycle
If a woman does not conceive, what happens at day 28 of her cycle? A drop in progesterone levels, causes her menstrual cycle begin again.
If a woman does conceive, What happens at day 28 of her cycle?
Progesterone levels rise from about 30 mg/day to about 350 mg/day during the third trimester!
As we see from the above chart, rather than drop, triggering a woman’s next period, progesterone levels rise from about 30 mg/day to about 350 mg/day at the end of the third trimester. When gestation has gone full-term, progesterone levels drop from 350 mg to 0 mg, triggering the birth of the baby.
So, if a sharp drop in progesterone triggers a timely birth at or near week 40, what happens if a woman experiences a sharp drop in progesterone during the first trimester? Or, during the second tri-mester?
Or, what happens when an environmental toxin occupies progesterone receptor sites?
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Bio-Identical Progesterone Cream: 40+ Years of Safe Use
- A properly formulated, bio-identical progesterone cream, one with no EDC’s, formulated with American-made progesterone is safe to use during pregnancy. Normal use is to start with 30 mg/day for the first week and increase to 125-145 mg/day at the end of week 18. At that time, the placenta will take over production and ensure a safe, timely delivery.
- After a successful birth, if breast feeding, wait a few weeks for optimal milk production before resuming use of bio-identical progesterone cream.
- While a properly formulated, bio-identical progesterone cream, will not interfere with birth control pills and will offer some protection from the well-known side-effects of synthetic hormones, it will not interfere with the activity of the birth control pill.