I had my hysterectomy about 10 years ago at 36 (everything is gone), they wanted me to take hormones after about 3 years but I had just lost my best friend to breast cancer. I have had no problems until now. I think my body has gone into natural menopause and I am out of control! More emotional with other symtoms I have read about. Is doing a pogesterone cream (herbal) a good idea, I have no health insurance and I need to do something. I deal with clinical depression and the health department just raised my dosage 2 months ago, so I am thinking it is hormonal. What do you think? I have just turned 47 and need some advise.
Can the health department do any tests on your hormone levels? If not, see if you can find a doctor who will make a payment plan for you, and get tested. I don't think progesterone will help you as much as estrogen would.
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