Hi, I'm 40 and I was diagnosed with adenomyosis. I have a lot of pain especially when I have my period. I don't want to keep taking contraceptive pills because of the side effects. I have been told that GNC natural progesterone cream helps with the pain and is less invasive than the pills. Any advice??? thanks
I am 34 and have been diagnosed with Adenomyosis. I am in constant pain. I can feel it growing! I had a ton of symptoms. I went out and bought natural progesterone cream and within a few days my PMS symptoms (that seem to stay all month and NEVER go away) went away. It was like a miracle! However, I don't know if it is shrinking my adenomyosis. My cramps were still pretty bad...REALLY bad. I have heard that it can shrink Adenomyosis. I have been taking the cream for about a month. I guess the jury is still out on whether or not it actually shrinks it. I see the doc Wednesday. Worth a try. It DID do wonders for my symptoms though. I couldn't believe it!
Hi, thanks for the reply. I've been reading about it too. I bought GNC progesterone cream and I've been using it for about 2 weeks now. I'm waiting for my "period" to see how that goes. I was diagnosed three years ago with Adenomyosis and yes the pain is just horrible. I was taken contraceptive pills for three years but I'm really worried about the side effects and I don't want a surgery which will give other pains and side effects. I will let you know if there are other changes. Thanks and good luck : )
Well, yesterday in addition to Adenomyosis, they found Uterine Polyps. I have surgery in 2 weeks. I am so scared...ok anyways, I can honestly say that the Natural Progesterone cream helped me so tremendously I just thought it was a miracle. From what I have read and experienced myself, yes, the cream works GREAT! My PMS was awful...the cream worked very quickly. I bought mine from a vitamin shop. Make sure it says NATURAL Progesterone and DOES not contain any Estrogens. ONLY Progesterone. Works great. But I would becareful to stop the Pill before because you are already on hormones, so yes it works but ask your doctor.