Tag Archives: progesterone

What Is In Your Cream?

Hormone Solutions recently received an email asking about the ingredients we use in ProFeme – our pure progesterone cream. What is in your cream is an important question to ask, this email looks at phenoxyethanol, a preserving agent, see the… Continue reading »

Preventing Endometrial Hyperplasia

History has shown that estrogen replacement given alone to women with an intact uterus has the potential to overstimulate the endometrial lining. This results in a thickening of the uterus lining called endometrial hyperplasia which is a significant risk factor… Continue reading »

Different Progestogens And Their Risks

Pharmacist Dr Alfred Mueck is a leading expert on hormonal contraception and hormone therapy. He recently spoke at the World Menopause Congress on different progestogens (the most important being progesterone) and whether they convey different risks. Here is a summary Continue reading »

Progesterone For Multiple Sclerosis – Ask the Expert

  Progesterone for multiple sclerosis- question received by email: I am writing with questions specific to the use of natural progesterone as a therapy for multiple sclerosis. It seems that there is new research in the US that has… Continue reading »

Progesterone Cream For Men?

A customer of Hormone Solutions recently asked: can men use progesterone cream? —————————————————————– Hello, Do you recommend progesterone cream for men? My PSA has jumped considerably from 1.35 to 2.15 since using AndroForte® 5. I have read when progesterone… Continue reading »

PCOS – Ask The Expert

  Question: Hi there, What is a good way to balance out your hormones? I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)  and am  wanting to start getting regular periods. What can I do? J ——————————- Hello J, In simple terms… Continue reading »

The experience of breast cancer in older women

The Bupa Health Foundation Health and Wellbeing After Breast Cancer Study  has released interesting information concerning the the experience of breast cancer in older women. The Bupa study followed 1683 Victorian women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.  One issue investigated… Continue reading »

Compounding for Menopause – Don’t Be Fooled

An article published in the April edition of Retail Pharmacy magazine espoused the alleged benefits of compounded medicines for the treatment of menopausal symptoms. Compounded medicines refer to a medicine which is made up in a community or retail pharmacy,… Continue reading »

Could Progesterone Cream Be Used As A Contraceptive? Ask the Expert

Hormone Solutions recently received this question via email: “I was just curious if your  natural hormone products could be used in place of birth control? I have heard that progesterone cream everyday could possibly be a contraceptive. If so how… Continue reading »

Breast size, cancer and exercise: what is the link?

  Exercise is good for your health – this is a well known fact. Just how good it is, has been the subject of many studies including a recently released paper by Paul T. Williams on PLOS One late last… Continue reading »

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