I am 56 years old, and at age 48 I had a hysterectomy. I was so afraid to go on HRT so I did nothing. I have now got oteopenia.
Would Renewed Balance help me?
My uterus, cervix, and ovaries were taken out. After my doctor did this, the following year he had a massive heart attack and died. I just felt horrible.
Just let me know if Renewed Balance could harm me if I took it. Some people say it will help me. Please reply and let me know.
It's always sad to me when I hear that a woman has had a total hysterectomy. It is very rarely necessary and usually causes her a lot of grief in the long run.
To my knowledge, the Renewed Balance
is not harmful in any way. I happen to believe it is one of the best female body creams available in the US today.
Dr. John Lee, and other well regarded doctors, have recorded that the use of natural progesterone cream has definitely improved the bone density in women, even if they have already begun to show signs of osteoporosis.
Since you know you already have this condition, you definitely need to take some action to slow down and even reverse the process of bone loss.
Something else you should consider, besides the natural progesterone cream is a product called CalciAim
. I don't have a specific page dedicated to it on the site yet, but CalciAim is a powdered supplement that includes a healthy blend of calcium, magnesium, and Vitamin D.
The important difference in this product, which I will go into further soon on it's own page is the fact that the vitamins and minerals are in a form that the body can absorb and use. MANY products have a good amount of needed vitamins and minerals IN them, but they are not in a form that is easily absorbable, so most of the benefit gets flushed down the toilet.
Anyway, using the CalciAim along with a good natural progesterone cream can go a long way to helping you, not only with the oteopenia, but with other areas of improved health.
You can order from the US order form
if you are interested in giving it a try.
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Let me know if you have any further questions. To your good health!