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Low progesterone is a serious problem when TTC. In this issue, we’re sharing everything you need to know about this vital pregnancy-keeping hormone!
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In-Depth Resource: “Normal, High, or Low Progesterone Levels & How to Increase”
This article breaks down normal lab ranges for progesterone, in addition to factors that impact progesterone levels. This is an excellent starting place when trying to understand the signs of low (or high) progesterone.
Other Useful Resources
Q. What are the different types of progesterone supplements?
Progesterone that is prescribed by a doctor can be in the form of vaginal suppositories, oral pills, and injections. Additionally, you can purchase progesterone cream over the counter, though this option is not as effective as doctor-prescribed progesterone.
Q. Will progesterone supplements help me avoid having a miscarriage?
The research on progesterone supplements when trying to conceive is controversial. A plethora of studies have found no benefits while other studies identified benefits for women with repeated miscarriages. Doctors tend to be hesitant to prescribe progesterone, due to the lack of evidence. If you are concerned about this, speak to your doctor about running a lab test to assess your levels or consider taking an advantage of an at-home option, such as this.
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