Well, any lady that has either PMS, has polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulatory dysfunctions where they have basically low progesterone or estrogen dominant. It’s the estrogen dominance that causes all the symptoms that may relate to premenstrual syndrome. Such as pre- menstruation, bloating, weight gain, and mood swings.
But not only that for women who are estrogen dominant tend to gain weight, and by increasing the dose of progesterone on a cyclic basis if they’re still menstruating or to be continuous if they have no ovaries. Then this will help to create a more progesterone dominant milieu and they should be able to lose weight. Not only that, they’ll feel better.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]