Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Test

Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Test

The symptoms of progesterone deficiency and estrogen dominance have the same effects on the body. Menopause and a variety of different conditions can affect the natural production of progesterone in the body. Other conditions affected by low progesterone levels include PMS, Endometriosis, PCOS, infertility and early miscarriage.

Menopause or the years leading up to menopause are the most troublesome years for women and progesterone production. Just because you are only 35 years old does not mean that your body is not already starting to reduce progesterone production. Menopause is when your menstrual cycle stops totally. It’s only classified as menopause when you have gone 12 months without a period.

Peri-menopause and the onset of menopause can start as long as 10 years before you can be classified as being post-menopausal. Many women dismiss the idea of menopause when considering progesterone deficiency as they think they are too young. If menstruation is still regular regardless of the other symptoms, you may not automatically link the symptoms together. In some cases this may be right but not always.

Symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, mood swings, weight gain (especially around the tummy), loss of muscle strength, bladder control and sleep disturbances are all related to progesterone deficiency and/or menopause – peri and post. While using progesterone therapy can’t help you reverse menopause it can certainly help control and calm unwanted symptoms. Likewise for other conditions linked to low progesterone levels.

If you think your progesterone levels are low and you are experiencing side effects normally related to low progesterone levels or estrogen dominance then take this quick and FREE online self-assessment test.

There are 18 questions to answer. Each one should be honestly self-rated according to the options provided: None, Mild, Moderate or Severe.

Once you have completed the questionnaire we will calculate your risks and severity of symptoms. We will then advise you on what to do next!

Symptoms None Mild Moderate Severe
Water Retention/bloating/weight gain
Increased facial hair
Breast tenderness/swelling
Pain: Headache/migraine/low back/muscle ache/joint ache
Vaginal dryness/pain/itching
Fatigue/lack of energy
Decreased concentration/alertness/memory loss
Urinary Incontinence
Irritability / Anger
Mood Swings
Acne or Oily Skin
Lack of libido/sex drive
Hot flashes/night sweats
Sleep disturbance
Personal risk factors for heart disease
Personal risk factors for osteoporosis
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