Progesterone Replacement Therapy

Progesterone is the female hormone produced by the ovaries and adrenal glands. It functions to balance the effects of estrogen. Progesterone may be viewed as a lifelong partner of estrogen, in a balanced relationship of yin and yang.

Progesterone stimulates bone growth while estrogen halts bone loss. Natural progesterone enhances the action of estrogen as these two hormones were meant to work together to maintain a normal hormonal balance.*

Female hormone levels of estrogen and progesterone drop dramatically after menopause. It comes as no surprise that after menopause, heart disease in women increases, surpassing even the male population. In fact, heart disease is the leading cause of death in older women with over a half-million deaths per year in the United States, more than twice as many as all cancer deaths combined.*

The combination of natural progesterone and estrogen may slow this downward spiral to help women feel more vital, strong and healthy.


Natural progesterone comes in many forms, most commonly topical creams, the oral capsule and the sublingual tablet. The recommended form is sublingual. Progesterone levels should be measured by a physician to ensure that the levels are within therapeutic range.

Possible benefits of Progesterone supplementation:

  • Precursor to the sex hormones (estrogen and testosterone)
  • Maintains lining of uterus
  • Promotes the survival of the embryo and fetus throughout gestation
  • Protects against fibrocystic breasts
  • Natural diuretic
  • Acts as a natural antidepressant
  • Aids thyroid hormone action
  • Normalizes blood clotting
  • Helps keep blood sugar levels normal
  • Protects against endometrial cancer
  • Helps protect against breast cancer
  • Promotes bone building and protects against osteoporosis

** Results may vary from person to person.

Additional Information:

On its own, natural progesterone replacement has a mild tranquilizing effect and enhances an overall sense of well-being. The ovaries begin producing progesterone in earnest around puberty, and the monthly ebb and flow of this hormone, in harmony with estrogen and other hormones continues until menopause. Progesterone’s primary role during this period is to help make the uterus ready for implantation of a new embryo, the first major event – after fertilization of the egg – in the 9 months of human gestation. If the egg is not fertilized, progesterone production temporarily ceases, and the uterus sheds its endometrial lining.*

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** Results may vary from person to person.