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Fertility Treatment: How to Properly Use Progesterone


Progesterone is a fertility treatment that is recommended to women who wish to conceive a child. If you've been trying to conceive for a long time, natural progesterone cream will increase your chances of becoming pregnant. Progesterone is an important hormone that plays a unique role in the body. The health of the uterus, cervix, vagina, endocrine system and other organs are all affected by the hormone progesterone. This hormone is responsible for producing energy, helping the reproduction process, and sustaining the significant progress and growth of the fetus.

How to Use Progesterone

A safe pregnancy can be maintained through the careful use of progesterone cream. The cream should be used according to a woman's menstrual cycle, because this might vary for each female. Depending on your menstrual cycle, the cream can used during ovulation or 14 days before your next cycle.

Natural progesterone creams are easily absorbed into the skin and enter the bloodstream. The cream should not only be rubbed on one area of the body, neither should you consistently rub the area since this might cause the skin to become irritated. Progesterone cream must be applied all over the body to help increase absorption. It should be applied to the legs, inner arms, abdomen, chest, breasts and hands. The cream should be massaged into the skin using circular motions until it is completely absorbed. To avoid skin sensitivity, it is advised that progesterone cream must not be used on the face. Progesterone should be applied twice per day or otherwise specified by the doctor.

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