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Why is it so important for women?

How is progesterone made & how does low progesterone affect us?

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Sometimes you don’t feel quite right but you can’t put your finger on what the problem is. There’s nothing particularly wrong in your life but you feel run down with mood swings and your periods have gone haywire. Don’t just presume that you have depression; it’s most likely to do with your hormones. If you are suffering from infertility or early term miscarriage, progesterone could be your answer too.

Hormone imbalance can happen at any stage in your life but it can be encouraged by persistent stress or trauma. The trauma can be physical or mental. Any traumatic accidents or long term illnesses can mess with your hormones. It can be down to the situation itself or the medications you are taking to control that situation. Sometimes you may never understand why your body suddenly decides to cause hormonal havoc.

There are a few serious medical conditions that are commonly linked to progesterone deficiency. It’s unclear if the conditions spur on the progesterone deficiency or if the progesterone deficiency spurs on the illness. In most cases, it's the latter. These conditions include Menopause, Endometriosis, PCOS, infertility and miscarriage. Even if you don't have one of these medical conditions you will suffer from low progesterone side effects

Taking a quick online progesterone quiz can help you understand if the symptoms you are suffering from are down to progesterone deficiency and what level of deficiency you have.

You can suffer low progesterone symptoms and side effects if you have low progesterone blood levels or if you have too much estrogen. When you have too much estrogen it means that you need more progesterone to counter the role of the estrogen. This is because Estrogen is a stimulant and progesterone calms it.

Progesterone and estrogen often have opposite roles in the body. They work together to create a steady balance. Too much of one or too little of the other can mess up your entire reproductive system, not to mention affect your mind and body shape.

After taking the test it’s important to go and talk to your doctor about your results to see what treatment can help you the most. There are a few types of progesterone therapy available. Some may be covered by your insurance and some might not. For more information on progesterone deficiency and progesterone therapy options check out the rest of this site. It’s here to help you discover more about progesterone and to help you diagnose progesterone deficiency.