Progesterone Cream counters Vitamin B Deficiency caused by Estrogen Dominance
Progesterone Cream opposes Estrogen Dominance. Estrogen Dominance causes a
Vitamin B deficiency. A Vitamin B deficiency may cause a neuropathy or nerve disease.
The neuropathy in its extreme may manifest as a Restless Leg Syndrome. A neuropathy
may feel like a burning sensation or a creepy crawling feeling on the legs.
Cervical dysplasia may also be provoked by a folic acid deficiency. Folic
acid is one of the Vitamin B's. John Lee, MD recommends taking progesterone cream
for cervical dysplasia in addition to taking progesterone cream.
I usually advise my patients to take progesterone cream to oppose the effect
of Estrogen Dominance, and also to avoid xenoestrogens. I tell women to take
a Vitamin B-100 in the morning. A Vitamin B-100 is a Vitamin pill that has
a wide spectrum of all the different kinds of B vitamins. If you take Vitamin B just before you sleep
this results in vivid dreams. Vitamin B is water soluble; it just washes out in the urine. The "creepy crawling" or burning sensation on the legs may get better with Vitamin B after several months to a year depending on the severity of the neuropathy.
There is no danger in overdosing all the Vitamin B's except for Vitamin B6. The toxic effect of long-term, excessive pyridoxine (B6) consumption on the dorsal root ganglions causes a pure sensory neuropathy. Pyridoxine (B6) inhibits methionine metabolism, causing an increase in S-adenosylmethionine, which in turn inhibits myelin synthesis. In general, exposure of 2 g/d is needed to cause the neuropathy, but cases due to longstanding use of as little as 200 mg/d have been reported. This is the only vitamin B to cause a neuropathy when taken to excess.
The normal Vitamin B-100 contains 50-100 mg/day.
Estrogen Dominance also causes high copper levels which causes mood swings.
Taking progesterone cream and avoiding xenoestrognens eventually will lead to
lower normal copper levels after several months. And the mood swings should become a thing of the
past as well.