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1274661 tn?1301868321

Progesterone Cream?

Has anyone tried this for endometriosis? I had surgery to excise my endo a year ago and it is coming back. My doctor recommended I try this. He is having the pharmacy make it up. Any experience or thoughts on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
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136956 tn?1425606272
I have always wanted to try it but it's hard to have done in canada. I have heard good things but I can't really tell you yes or no. I wish I could give you more info. After work I will ask around on twitter some endosisters that have tried it and get back to you :)
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1274661 tn?1301868321
Thank you so much. I really appreciate it!
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136956 tn?1425606272
Np. I currently don't have a computer as its being fixed but I have not forgotten. Still working on while on my iphone lol
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1274661 tn?1301868321
Thanks! :)
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136956 tn?1425606272
Okay I heard from a a couple of ladies. One said it def regulated her cycles but there was still pain. One said it didn't help at all but said it takes a while for it to help and she wasn't on it for long but was thinking of going back on.

Also the one that still uses it said that her gp recommended a supplement that stops the creation of bad estrogen called estro-sense but I have no idea how that works maybe something to look into.

There is also this natural pill that's starts with a p that I have heard many people swear by it but I am trying to find the link for you to read. Let me go look for that now. I wanted to give you some info so you didn't think I was ignoring you :)
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1274661 tn?1301868321
Thanks so much for the info. Let me know if you hear from anyone else and if you find the link. I really appreciate all your help.
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