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Natural Bioidentical Progesterone

Morgan Compounding specializes in Women's Health Compounding.

Natural Bioidentical Progesterone Effects

  • Helps balance estrogen
  • Improves sleep
  • Natural calming effect
  • Lowers high blood pressure
  • Helps the body use
    and eliminate fats
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Increases scalp hair
  • Helps balance fluids in the cells
  • Increases the beneficial effects of estrogen on Blood vessels
  • Increases metabolic rate
  •  Natural diuretic
  • Natural antidepressant
  • Is anti-inflammatory
  • stimulates production of new bone
  • enhances the action of thyroid hormones
  • improves libido
  • helps restore proper cell oxygen levels
  • Is neuroprotective, promoting myelination.
    See citations below:
  • Study citation: Stein, D., et al., “Does progesterone have neuroprotective properties?” Ann Emer Med 2008; 51(2):164-72.
  • Studies have shown that progesterone does NOT induce estrogen-stimulated breast cell proliferation.
    • Study citation: Murkes, D., et al., “Effects of percutaneous estradiol-oral progesterone vs. oral conjugated equine estrogens-medroxyprogesterone acetate on breast cell proliferation and bel-2 protein in healthy women,” Fertil Steril 2011; 95(3):1188-91.
    • Study citation: Wood, C., et al., “Transcriptional profiles of progesterone effects in the postmenopausal breast,” Breast Cancer Re Treat 2009; 114(2):233-42.
    • Natural progesterone has been show to decrease the risk of developing breast cancer.
    • A study looked at 80,000 postmenopausal women for 8 years using different kinds of HRT.
      • It found that women who used estrogen in combination with synthetic progestin had a 69% increased risk of developing breast cancer when compared to women who never took HRT.
      • Women who used natural bio-identical progesterone in combination with estrogen had no increased risk in developing breast cancer compared to women that did not use HRT and also had a decreased risk in developing breast cancer compared to the women that used synthetic progestin.
        • Study citation: Fournier, A., et al., “Unequal risks for breast cancer associated with different hormone replacement therapies: results from the E3N cohort study,” Breast Cancer Res Treat 2008; 107(1): 103-11.
  • Another study done by the same researchers found a 40% increased risk of developing breast cancer in women who used estrogen with synthetic progestins.
  • In women who used estrogen combined with natural bio-identical progesterone there was a trend toward a decreased risk of developing breast cancer.
    • Study citation: Fournier, A., et al., “Breast cancer risk in relation to different types of HRT in the E3N-EPIC cohort,” Int Jour Cancer 2005; 114(3):448-54.

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