Problems With Low Progesterone
by Kylee B.
I'm having problems with low progesterone.
When I first got my first period I always had bad cramps. Bad enough that I missed school with having periods so heavy, cramps, my hips hurt so bad it was hard to go up and down stairs and irritability before and during my period.
Then when my husband and I got married we waited two years and then decided to start a family, only to go through a lot of stress of having two miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy.
Then I changed from OB to OB to find them saying it's just not your time, or these things happen. I wasn't going to buy that.
Then my husband and I went to a seminar at our local hospital called, "Why am I not getting pregnant?" That's where I met the clinic of my OB that helped us to get our happy and very healthy baby boy.
I had to take progesterone shots when I did get a positive pregnancy test. We cherish him so much and are very grateful that we had at least gotten that far to have child.
But when leading up to going back to work and then actually going back to work, I started experiencing separation anxiety and feeling guilty of working, which later on I was diagnosed with having postpartum depression.
I didn't get my period until my son was seven months since I was breast feeding. But since my son's been born I forget things a lot. My memory is not very good. I write appointments down as they're telling me on my calendar.
I still get blood clots, heavy periods, and irritability a week before and during my period. I still have anxiety issues.
I just want to feel normal. But I don't want to be on prescription drugs my whole life either.
What should I do?
it may be true that you have problems with low progesterone. Many of your symptoms are hormone related and progesterone is usually the hormone that most women are deficient in as far as balance is concerned.
I can't "tell you what to do" but I can make some suggestions for you to try if you would like.
First of all, I would, of course, suggest that you use some natural progesterone cream. I use some great cream
myself and find it to be quite helpful.
Natural progesterone cream is very affordable as one pot of the cream will usually last you a few months. It is also quite safe to use if you get a good quality brand.
I would also suggest that you try using some Composure
to help with your anxiety and emotions related to the postpartum, etc. It, too, is a natural supplement that is a combination of herbs designed to help provide a sense of calmness.
Nutritionally, I would suggest that you use the Garden Trio
, or at the very least, the BarleyLife
to give your body some nutritional support. People often don't realize how important good nutrition is in maintaining overall good health and hormone balance.
Finally, I would use AIMega
, which is a plant based combination of essential fatty acids (the good Omega oils) that is so important for proper immune function.
I honestly believe you'll find this particular combination of natural supplements will make a major difference in how you feel and greatly lessen the symptoms you experience, particularly throughout your monthly cycle, etc., and take care of your problems with low progesterone.
You can get them wholesale here
if you decide to give them a try.
I hope this is of some help and encouragement to you. Please let us know if we can be of further help. To your good health!