Progesterone Cream

Progesterone cream is one of the treatment options for low levels of progesterone hormone. This method is called hormone replacement therapy and is suggested to women who have symptoms that arise from low progesterone levels such as menopause, aging of the skin, low bone density or osteoporosis, etc. There are also other forms of replacement therapy involving pills, suppositories, vaginal gels, etc., but these creams have natural plant-based compounds and are hence preferred by more women.

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How can you increase your chances of implantation?

Query: Hello doctor I have tried chemical pregnancy four times and failed shortly after implantation. This issue lasts for a year. My current medications are Escitalopram 20 mg daily, fish oil capsule, and prenatal iron tablets. I visit my gynecologist every three months, but he has not suggested any medi...  Read Full »


Dr. Purushottam Sah

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Are you taking any hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) injection to induce ovulation? Because it may give false pregnancy results. You seek Progesterone cream or Aspirin, but these cannot be advised without any investigation to detect that you have a progesterone deficie...  Read Full »

Should I use Progesterone cream for elevated estradiol values?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 50-year-old female in good health. I am not on any medication, and I eat well. 5'4" 140 pounds. I have an irregular period, fatigue, cyclical migraine headaches, anxiety, panic attacks, and dry eyes. My basal temperature does not indicate ovulation, and the blood report came bac...  Read Full »


Dr. Richa Agarwal

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Three things are important in your case- 1) High cortisol. 2) High estradiol. 3) Low vitamin D. The most common cause of high-level cortisol is Cushing syndrome (pituitary adenoma) and stress. Treatment- MRI to rule out pituitary adenoma. Release your stress...  Read Full »

I have severe period pain. Is it because of endometriosis? What is the treatment?

Query: Hi doctor, My girlfriend has severe period pains that are certainly endometriosis. Her recent scan showed endometrium was 16 mm thick. She has crippling pains, and she is completely immobile during her period, and sometimes in between. It is getting worse month by month. She is infertile. It is pain...  Read Full »


Dr. Vidya Muralidhar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I did go through the ultrasound report (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Although it reads normal, endometriosis is a laparosocpic or operative finding. The symptoms she has correlates with the condition. She may be helped with hormonal medicines. H...  Read Full »

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