by Dr. Anna Cabeca April 01, 2017

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01/31/2011

Clinical studies continually demonstrate an effectiveness of bioidentical progesterone for symptom relief for menopause, hot flashes, anxiety, sleep disturbances, and mood swings. More and more research repeatedly indicates that adequate progesterone is needed for fertility, cardiovascular health, nervous system function, and bone health, and also protects against the development of cancer of the uterus in women using estrogen therapy. Bioidentical progesterone has historically been used to support regular menstruation and provide help for infertility.

Much of the research cited below is provided by www.womeninbalance.org and we invite you to visit this site for more information about natural hormone research.

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Dr. Anna Cabeca
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