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MenoBalance Progesterone Cream: Natural Relief For Menopause Symptoms

Are you in need of natural progesterone cream to aid in regulating symptoms of menopause? Look no further! Let MenoBalance Progesterone Cream help you.

The Benefits of MenoBalance Progesterone Cream:Menobalance Best Progesterone Cream for Menopause

  • Made with natural progesterone
  • A precursor for some of the body’s most important hormones
  • Helps reduce or eliminate hot flashes associated with menopause
  • Normalizes menstrual cycles
  • Helps reduce or eliminate mood changes
  • Increases the feeling of well-being
  • Helps to reduce the symptoms of PMS-Premenstrual Syndrome (Try our PMS Balance Cream!)

Menopause Products like our MenoBalance Progesterone Cream contains natural bio-identical progesterone USP formulated to relieve the symptoms of menopause, providing millions of women with a safe and ideal alternative to health.

Progesterone cream helps to establish a natural hormone balance. It can directly affect the production of other hormones such as estrogen. High estrogen is known to create a number of metabolic disorders and it is progesterone that helps the body’s natural method of rebalancing estrogen.

What are the Effects of Low Levels of Progesterone?

The effects of low levels of progesterone are not as well-known as those associated with low levels of estrogen. However, low levels of progesterone due to anovulatory menstrual cycles – when the ovaries do not produce progesterone – can lead to a hormonal imbalance resulting in too much estrogen concentration compared to progesterone. This may be caused by:

  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Significant menstrual bleeding
  • Endometriosis and uterine fibroids
  • Breast tenderness
  • Irritability and mood changes

Why Use MenoBalance?

During the second half of each monthly cycle, from ovulation to menstruation, progesterone is designed to act as the dominant hormone. Not all women produce adequate amounts of progesterone during the second half of their cycle.

Before menopause, as ovarian function decreases, cycles frequently occur without ovulation (anovulatory cycle). This period leading to menopause is called perimenopause.

Anovulatory cycles beginning at perimenopause are due to hormonal changes, which can result in hot flashes, changes in blood flow patterns, PMS-like symptoms, and many other menopausal symptoms.

While progesterone levels drop to near zero due to anovulatory cycles at menopause, estrogen levels may only decrease to approximately 40 to 60 percent of pre-menopausal levels.

Progesterone also fulfills a number of important roles in menopause. It naturally balances estrogen and is also necessary for the optimal use of estrogen.

Research over the years has also revealed other essential roles of progesterone in the heart, blood vessels, nerves, and brain. Many women find that a supplement of progesterone allows them to restore balance.

You see. It is progesterone, this other female hormone that is missing, resulting in all kinds of slight imbalance due to its absence. This led to the understanding that supplementing circulating levels of progesterone could lessen a whole series of troublesome issues that women had previously accepted as the norm before this information was available.

What is Progesterone?

Here is a little science but don’t get lost in it.

Progesterone is the precursor of the mineralocorticoid hormone of aldosterone and after conversion to 17-hydroxyprogesterone (another natural progestogen) of cortisol and androstenedione. Androstenedione can be converted to testosterone, estrone, and estradiol. Progesterone is produced in the adrenal glands, gonads (specifically after ovulation in the corpus luteum), the brain, and during pregnancy in the placenta.

We now know that it is progesterone that acts on our heart, our blood vessels, our nerves, our brain, even our estrogenic activity. Since progesterone controls much more than fertility alone, a drop in its levels may lead to many major disorders. These effects include hot flashes, anxiety, sleep disturbances, changes in libido, and vaginal changes.

How Much Progesterone is Available in MenoBalance?

MenoBalance Natural Progesterone Cream provides 1800mg of concentrated natural progesterone USP in a moisturizing cream base containing aloe vera and other essential oils.

We maintain quality and concentrations, at the very top ranges, for our results to be worthy of your purchase. Each two-ounce container lasts approximately two months. This amount is all you need to restore optimal physiological levels and is consistent with proven guidelines.

However, if you are in the depths of menopause issues and already using progesterone but need a little something more, you might consider PhytoEstrogen PRO with 60 mg phytoestrogen and 30 mg progesterone USP per 1/4 tsp serving.

Have you tried other progesterone products in alleviating menopause symptoms? Tell us how your symptoms improved in the comment section below.

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