“There is no evidence to suggest it is possible to overdose using progesterone therapy.
Hormones are chemical messengers and can only work once inside the nucleus of a cell. To get into the nucleus the hormone needs a carrier which is called a receptor. Receptors are very specific, they will only transport the hormone for which they are made. Progesterone receptors will not transport the synthetic progestogens into the cell nor will they transport progesterone itself if there is adrenalin in the blood.
The level of progesterone varies in women from approximately 5mg per day in the first half of the monthly cycle up to 50 mg per day in the second half.
While men make from 5 to 15mg per day on a continuous basis.
During pregnancy, the placenta produces up to 40 times the highest amount made when not pregnant.
Progesterone is vital for the healthy development of the baby! and benefits the mum at the same time!
When a woman is pregnant, she looks FABULOUS! Her skin and her hair looked great! (Or maybe you’ve noticed it on another ‘bouncing lady’!)
Well, it is understandable!
WATCH THIS 5MN RESPONSE FROM WRAY WHYTE ON HOW MUCH PROGESTERONE one can take per day.