Have you taken a Progesterone Deficiency Assessment test to see if using a progesterone replacement cream can help you?
Menopause is defined as a woman’s last menstrual period. The average age of menopause is 51. A woman is considered post-menopausal when she has not had a period for 12 consecutive months. Do you think you are experiencing menopause of progesterone deficiency?
Each woman’s transition into menopause is different. Some women have mild and transient menopausal symptoms. Other women find the quality of their lives significantly affected by changes in mood, memory, productivity and uncomfortable physical symptoms. Often the months and years preceding menopause, called peri-menopause, can be severely stressful due to symptoms associated with declining and fluctuating progesterone activity. Quantifying the severity of symptoms can often be difficult because symptoms may vary from day-to-day or week-to-week. What is usually consistent with most women is they steadily get worse with time. This often leads women to seek medical intervention.
The Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Questionnaire allows for a baseline assessment of symptoms to be made.
It provides a valuable tool for the monitoring of whatever method of peri- and menopausal symptoms management a woman chooses to undertake.
The Progesterone Deficiency Assessment Questionnaire can be taken online- it’s fast and free and will give you an indication on whether progesterone cream can help you overcome your symptoms.
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