Progesterone Infertility

Finally A Mom – The struggles and triumph of overcoming infertility

My name is Annetta Price, (affectionately called Marie). My husband and I suffered with infertility for over a decade. Early in our marriage, I was diagnosed with a common condition, known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), which resulted in infertility. My plan is to share with you my journey of struggles, anxiety, tears and disappointments and subsequently, the triumphant victory of finally becoming a mom.

In my research on the causes of infertility, Progesterone Infertility is never mentioned as one the more popular cases of infertility and as a result of this, it does not get the attention as the other more popular ones.
What is Progesterone infertility?

“Progesterone infertility can mean there’s either an excess of estrogen, a condition called estrogen dominance, or there’s a deficiency of progesterone. Progesterone and estrogen are two vital hormones to the life and well-being of every woman. However, progesterone is the hormone of fertility and pregnancy.”

Please click on the following links to continue reading about Progesterone infertility and how it can be treated using supplementary progesterone cream. I am not sure how available this product is worldwide, but it does not hurt to ask your doctor about this treatment.

If you have been diagnosed with infertility of this kind, the above sites will be helpful to you.
Just a reminder of one important point I made in my infertility story. When you are diagnosed it is always beneficial to research as much as possible on your condition so that you will be able to contribute to your treatment process in a meaningful and informed manner. This can no doubt lead to a shorter and more productive treatment process so that your dreams of having the family you desire can become a reality much sooner.
Comment from Leslie
Progesterone Therapy could be considered for all the Gardasil girls that have become afflicted with PCOS – at such an early age.

Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.