As oestrogen initiates endometrial cell proliferation and the formation of blood vessel accumulation in the endometrium, the aim of treatment is to block this monthly oestrogen stimulus to the aberrant endometrial islets. Study findings showed that progesterone stops further proliferation of endometrial cells and is considered the most favorable treatment. We advise women to use bioidentical progesterone cream from day 6 of the cycle to day 26 each month, using one ounce of the cream per week for three weeks, stopping just before their expected periods. Over time (four to six months), the monthly pains gradually subside as monthly bleeding in these islets becomes less, and healing of the inflammatory sites occurs. This treatment does require patience but is worth the wait considering the alternative. The monthly discomfort may take time to disappear entirely. Since the alternatives are not all that successful and laden with undesirable consequences and side effects, this technique is surely worth giving a trial.
Love it 0 Information from Dr. John Lee Has your doctor prescribed estrogen or progestin (Provera, contraceptives, ect.) pills or patches to treat your GYN problems? If he has and you are finding that things are getting worse instead of better, Dr. John R. Lee’s latest book, “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About […]
Love it 0 April 2017 Hello Sally, I am 38, no children and have had IVF done last month unsuccessfully.Â I have always suffered from very painful and heavy menstruation, anxiety, low energy, and, for the past 2 years, insomnia. When I started the ovarian stimulation (Gonal F injection) I started suffering from disturbing thoughts, […]