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Low Progesterone and High Prolactine & TTC

by Comfort

Low progestrone and high prolactin what can I do pls and the type of drug to boost the low progestrone and to achieve pregnancy.

I have being married for the past 4yrs now.
I am writing from nigeria pls help me.

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Luteal Phase Defect, Fertility Cleanse Kit
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

High prolactin usually results in low progesterone which in turn shortens your luteal phase. Do you know how long your luteal phase is? You should have at least 10 days, most preferebly 12 days. If you do not know how long your luteal phase is, you need to chart your cycle. This is very easy to do, you simply need to take your daily temperature every morning when you wake up.

1. Fertility charting is the first step that every woman who wants to conceive must do.

2. The second issue in cases of high prolactin (more than 20) and low progesterone is poor egg quality leading to infertility and PCOS.

3. Many women suffer from estrogen dominance that is the root cause of low progesterone. Breaking down excess estrogen is also key in the natural treatment of luteal phase defect caused by low progesterone. When prolactin levels are high, your follicles will not mature effectively and the ovulation ptocess is impaired as a result. This makes it difficult to conceive.

The natural approach and treatment of low progesterone, high prolactin and PCOS is on many levels. Many natural fertility experts recommend doing an initial fertility cleanse to support the liver eliminate excess estrogen effectively.

Then, Vitex, natural ptogesterone therapy, DIM and EFAs can help improve hormonal balance and stimulate healthy ovulation and improve luteal phase defect.

Here can find more info on the PCOS Kit.

All the best,

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner

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