Progesterone helps to regulate the menstrual cycle, but its main job is to get the uterus ready for pregnancy. Levels naturally begins to fall around the age of 35. Progesterone is the first of the three sex hormones (progesterone, estrogen and testosterone) to decline resulting in an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone known as of estrogen dominance. Symptoms of low progesterone include breast tenderness, headaches, fatigue, lack of libido, depression, anxiety, moodiness, abnormal uterine bleeding, and difficulty conceiving.
Benefits of progesterone include
Counterbalances and opposes effects of estrogen
Relief for menopause and PMS symptoms
Relief for fibrocystic breast pain
Alternative to traditional synthetic hormone therapy
Stimulates production of new bone cells
Topical hormone creams are absorbed directly into the circulation thus bypassing the liver and therefore allowing for much lower doses than oral preparations.
Standard – 20 mg progesterone/1.5ml meter dosed pump
4 fl oz container dispenses 80 pumps
2 fl oz container dispenses 40 pumps
Directions: Use Only As Directed or as recommended by your health care professional.
Apply to chest, abdomen, inner arms or thighs, rotating sites each time.
Menstruating Women Apply a full pump once or twice a day as needed, starting on the 12th day after the first day of menstrual flow thru the 28th day.
Menopausal or Post-Menopausal Women: Apply a full pump once or twice a day for a maximum of 21 consecutive days/month.
Caution: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Do not use if pregnant, may become pregnant, or lactating unless directed by your health care professional. Use intended for adults 18 years of age or older.
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Karma Flo products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.