Reduce the risk of Miscarriage with Progesterone


Progesterone is the pro-gestation hormone.

It's very name pro-gest(ation) is derived from it's role in gestation.
It prevents miscarriage by keeping the bloody lining intact as a rich natural health food restaurant open 24 hours a day for the fertilized egg when it lands there and begins to multiply. This very tiny living being has to have a constant food supply, and as there is yet no placenta or umbilical cord to supply nutrients, the bloody lining is the baby's first food supply.
Without progesterone the bloody lining is shed and a miscarriage ensues.

The baby always has a different DNA than the mother, and the body's natural defense system always tries to reject nonself. The only thing known to biology that is capable of turning off this defense system in relation to the baby's different DNA is progesterone.

Many women who have experienced multiple miscarriages find that they can carry their babies to term by using natural progesterone. miscarriage and progesterone

Progesterone mainains pregnancy.
In his book, Premenstrual Syndrome & You, Neils H. Lauersen, MD, from the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, states that natural progesterone may be helpful to maintain pregnancy. However, synthetic progestins should not be used because they may adversely affect the developing fetus. No adverse effects on fetal development have been reported when natural progesterone was used during pregnancy. Dr. Lauersen says studies on the offspring of women who used natural progesterone during their pregnancies have given birth to especially well-adjusted children.

Progesterone safe during pregnancy
Dr. Dalton summarized her 1968 research of 90 children whose mothers received ante-natal progesterone compared with matched controls. She noted that more children of mothers who had received ante-natal progesterone were still being breast-fed at six months; more were standing and walking at one year; and at nine to 10 years of age, more had demonstrated superior performance, compared to the control group, in academic subjects such as verbal reasoning, English, arithmetic and craft work. Both groups were equally developed in physical education. None of the ante-natal progesterone mothers experienced toxemia during the pregnancy; in the control group, more than half experienced toxemia. The natural progesterone cream is not only safe for use during pregnancy, but is is also recommended.

Natural progesterone is safe enough to give to a baby!
Without progesterone, you would not have a successful pregnancy. During the third trimester of pregnancy, the placenta makes about 300-400mg of progesterone a day to keep your baby safe. When you consider that during your ovulatory cycle, progesterone levels rises from 2-3mg a day, to peak at around 22-30mg a day after ovulation, 400mg a day is a staggering amount of progesterone – and your tiny baby is literally swimming in it!
Unlike other sex hormones (testosterone & estrogen) progesterone is devoid of secondary sex characteristics, which means its effect of promoting the wellbeing of the growing foetus, is completely independent of the baby’s gender.

Tiny babies thrive on progesterone, which shows exactly how harmless it is.

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