Endometriosis and Low Progesterone

Endometriosis and Low Progesterone

Postby LeeAnn S » Sat Jul 12, 2008 8:58 am

I have NO idea if this is conclusive but I thought I would share it. While I wait for the next u/s I can't stop reading about all the possiblities, causes, etc... I'm obsessed. That darn numbers game really makes the sane, INSANE.

Anyway, I was diagnosed (unoficially until the u/s which was scheduled prior to the pregnancy and hasn't been performed for this yet), with endometrosis and adenoymosis. I didn't have either of these problems with my 2 successful pregnancies but they were found after the pre-cancerous lesions were identified on my cervix last year. So here's what I found...

"The hormone progesterone is needed in the healthy woman's body for a pregnancy to survive. AND progesterone controls the actions of estrogen. Excess estrogen and/or too little progesterone may be related to endometriosis, according to Dr. Lee. "

Read the WHOLE shabang here: http://www.safemenopausesolutions.com/e ... nancy.html

Just wanted to share...

I'm adding to this post with interesting things I find regarding this. Here's another one:
http://www.healthline.com/blogs/pregnan ... -loss.html
This Dr. T - I've read many of his blogs on low hcg and progesterone and other ob related issues. He's WONDERFUL! Very compassionate and intelligent. What I like the most about him is that he tells it as it is with a dose of empathy. But he doesn't do the typical Dr. thing like avoid giving an answer fully because they're afraid of being wrong! That's kind of MD drives me CRAZY!!

Specifically, here is the first post I read on low hcg and progesterone :
http://www.healthline.com/blogs/pregnan ... s-hcg.html
It addresses SO many possiblities. I'm all the way at the end, having asked my q just yesterday.
Happy reading - watch for more. This is facinating!
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