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Progesterone is a hormone responsible for many reproduction characteristics as well as preventing several types of cancer and other ailments. Progesterone is often used along with other medications, notably estrogen, but patients also buy Progesterone to use on its own.

In women, Progesterone levels increase in the second half of the menstrual cycle, thickening the lining of the uterus and preparing it to nourish a fertilized egg. If pregnancy does not occur, levels of Progesterone drop and menstruation occurs. If pregnancy does occur, Progesterone (and estrogen) levels remain high, preventing further ovulation, maintaining the uterus, and preparing the breasts for nursing.

In men, Progesterone levels drop naturally with age. In some cases levels can drop so dramatically that estrogen begins to take over, causing a loss of male characteristics, as well as making the man more susceptible to prostate cancer, osteoporosis, and other conditions.

Low Progesterone Symptoms

When Progesterone levels are low, women can have a difficult time conceiving a baby or carrying it full-term. In women who aren't pregnant, symptoms of low Progesterone include:

  • Headaches
  • Mood swings
  • Hot flashes
  • Irregular menstruation
  • Low sex drive
  • Endometriosis
  • Heavy bleeding

In women who are pregnant, symptoms include:

  • Severe fatigue
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Constant breast tenderness
  • Low blood sugar

In both men and women:

  • Thyroid issues
  • Gallbladder issues
  • Weight gain
  • Fibrocystic breasts
  • Low sex drive
  • Bone loss
  • Muscle loss
  • Osteoporosis
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer

Levels of Progesterone can be checked with a simple blood test. If levels are in fact low, patients can buy Progesterone supplements to compensate, in most cases reversing symptoms. The manner in which Progesterone is taken, however, depends on a number of other factors.

In Women Who Are Not Pregnant

Women who are not pregnant buy Progesterone to address a number of issues, and the medication is also used in hormonal birth control. The medication helps with:

  • Promoting regular periods in women experiencing irregular periods
  • Restoring regular periods in cases of amenorrhea (absent periods)
  • Reducing pain in dysmenorrhea (painful periods)
  • Reducing risk of endometrial hyperplasia (tissue growing outside the uterus)
  • Stopping abnormal uterine bleeding

It's important that women who still have an intact uterus take Progesterone along with estrogen in hormone replacement therapy or birth control, to reduce risk of endometriosis. Women who have a uterus also have a significantly higher incidence of cancer if taking estrogen without also taking progestin. Women who do not have a uterus do not need to worry about buying Progesterone.

Depending on the purpose, women can buy Progesterone in a range of formulations, including injections, pills, patches, or medical devices.

In Women Who Are Pregnant Or Trying To Conceive

Progesterone can help those women who have low levels to conceive a child and carry it full term. Women who have been unable to conceive, who have miscarriages, or who have other pregnancy complications should have Progesterone levels checked.

In this application the medication is typically administered by vaginal insert, in a cream, gel, or suppository. The medication is given just a few days per month, typically once or twice a day. It may be used on its own or along with other fertility treatments.

In Menopausal Women

Women undergoing hormone replacement therapy due to menopause should buy Progesterone if the uterus is intact. The medication helps prevent endometriosis, tissue growing outside the uterus. It also helps prevent cancer. The medication may also influence mood, hot flashes, and other symptoms, though benefits in this area are unclear.

Menopausal women usually buy Progesterone as pills or patches.

In Men

Men also buy Progesterone when natural levels fall too low. Progesterone in men is the precursor to testosterone, which is responsible for male characteristics. When levels fall too low---which allows estrogen levels to rise higher---male characteristics may be lost, and the man is susceptible to osteoporosis, arthritis, prostatitis and prostate cancer.

These effects can be minimized with Progesterone supplementation, provided the underlying cause is low Progesterone levels. Men typically buy pills or patches.

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