About TestingProgesterone.com

What's our mission? To educate women on why Progesterone is important and to get them testing for signs of menopause, endocrine disorders, progesterone deficiency and Estrogen dominance.

We want to help people in the fight against hormonal imbalance!

TestingProgesterone.com was set up in 2014 after seeing a real need for better understanding on the subject of progesterone in women.

Progesterone is an essential hormone in the development of the female reproductive system and is needed to maintain a regular and healthy menstrual cycle. Not enough women realize that the common symptoms of low libido, mood swings, weight gain, sleep disturbances, night sweats, hot flashes and anxiety can be caused by low progesterone levels....not to mention the fact that it is associated with menopause and is a cause of infertility and early miscarriage.

That's why we decided to create a friendly place where regular people can come and learn about the basics of progesterone and do self-assessment tests for progesterone deficiency and estrogen dominance.

1000's of women out there sit at home and wonder if their daily struggles are down to hormone deficiencies. If you think your symptoms could be related to progesterone then do our online self-assessment test, do some thorough research online and then go for a consultation with your local doctor.

TestingProgesterone.com gives you the basic information that you need on the subject of progesterone, progesterone deficiency symptoms and progesterone therapy. Our self-assessment test gives you personal indications on how low your progesterone levels are and offers you some advice on what to do next. Taking these results to your doctor can help them make a more accurate diagnosis. Ask your doctor to test your hormones and progesterone levels via a blood test. A combination of blood test results and self-assessment results can help you and your doctor map out a suitable course of progesterone replacement therapy - if needed.

Feel free to contact us as info@testingprogesterone.com if you have any questions on progesterone or menopause symptoms!