Discover How Natural Progesterone Can Balance Your Hormones

As we age, our bodies’ delicate hormonal balance begins to change. Progesterone levels decrease and we’re faced with a variety of inconvenient and sometimes painful symptoms. For years, women simply had to live with these side effects.


What is Progesterone?

Progesterone is made by our bodies all the time, it is the oldest hormone and is essential to all vertebrates - fishes, reptiles, birds and mammals. Vitally important for women, it helps regulate many of our bodies’ natural processes, like menstruation and the early stages of pregnancy along with keeping our bones strong and healthy.

But as we begin to age, our bodies’ progesterone production becomes erratic and our levels begin to drop. This is particularly the case for perimenopausal and menopausal women.

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Low Progesterone Can Cause a Myriad of Side Effects

You’ve probably heard of the hot flushes and mood swings associated with menopause. These symptoms are actually caused by depleting progesterone levels. But those aren’t the only side effects.

Low progesterone levels can also cause:

Coping with Low Progesterone Levels

Low progesterone can be diagnosed by a physician with a simple blood test. In some cases, a prescription medication may be recommended to replace your dwindling progesterone levels.

However, some women opt to go a more natural route, with over-the-counter remedies such a progesterone cream.

Discover Progesterone Cream and its Benefits

You don’t have to suffer from symptoms of low progesterone. Natpro Progesterone Cream can help.

Natpro is a water-based, organic cream containing a carefully calculated amount of progesterone. When applied to the skin, the progesterone works with your body to stabilize your hormone levels and relieve you of so many painful and inconvenient symptoms.

For younger women, Natpro Progesterone Cream can help with PMS symptoms, irregular periods, and has even been said to aid in fertility and early pregnancy support.


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