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  • Progesterone belongs to a class of hormones called progestogens which is the naturally occurring human progestogen.

  • Progesterone is one of the hormones in our bodies that stimulates and regulates various functions.

  • It plays a role in maintaining pregnancy.

  • One of progesterone's most important functions is to cause the endometrium to secrete special proteins during the second half of the menstrual cycle, preparing it to receive and nourish an implanted fertilized egg.

  • It is produced in the ovaries (by the corpus luteum), the adrenal glands (near the kidney), and, during pregnancy, in the placenta.

  • Progesterone cream is used as a hormone replacement therapy to reduce vasomotor symptoms in menopause.

  • This cream combined with some nutritional supplement and moderate exercise is one of the safest, most effective, and logical bone loss prevention treatment known to date.

  • The major precursor of the important corticosteroid hormones (aldosterone and cotisol) made in the adrenal cortex. They are responsible for mineral balance, sugar control, and response to stress of all sorts, including trauma, inflammation, and emotional stress.

  • Progesterone serves the body by helping to build bone, proper brain function, clear thinking and may even help you sleep through the night.

  • Progesterone was first discovered in 1934 by William Allen.

  • Micronized oral progesterone (Prometrium) which is prescribed for menopausal symptoms, infertility, abnormal uterine bleeding, endometriosis and amenorrhea .

  • Progesterone stimulates the brainís GABA receptors, those feel-good, calming neurotransmitters.

  • A 2008 study by the Indiana University School of Medicine at Wishard Memorial Hospital in Indiana concluded that progesterone treatment benefited women with a history of recurrent miscarriage.

  • Progesterone substances used for medical uses are called progestogens. They are available in two forms: synthetic versions and another version derived from plant sources, which is nearly identical to the body's own hormone & is often called "natural progesterone."

  • It helps to protect the lining of the uterus, also known as the endometrium.

  • Progesterone should only be administered under the care of a knowledgeable physician.

  • Helps to normalize all other endocrine hormonal activity in the body-may help to clear conditions like hormonal imbalance, by helping to lower the level of estrogen.

  • In a study, 80% of participants reported increase satisfaction with the natural progesterone as compared to previous therapies that used synthetic progesterone.

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