Please read the following prior to product use:
Application is intended for external cosmetic use. Consult a qualified health care
Do not use if you are al ergic to any ingredient it contains. If irritation occurs,
professional before using this product if you have concerns about your health, if you
discontinue use. Do not use around the eye area. Product not intended for
have a medical condition, if you are or may become pregnant, or if you are nursing.
children. Keep out of reach of children. Store at room temperature.
Pro-Gest® Suggested Use
Women who are menopausal
Pro-Gest is best used according to your menstrual status.
The following are general recommendations that should
(no longer menstruating or have had a hysterectomy):
be confirmed or modified in concert with your health
a calendar day (e.g. first day of the month) as day one.
Women who are perimenopausal
(still menstruating, with cycle changes)
: Pro-Gest is best used
during days 8-28 of your monthly cycle. If your period begins
early, STOP using Pro-Gest while you are bleeding. Count the
first day of bleeding as day one, and begin the cycle again.
If your period is late, use the cream for up to 3 weeks (day
28 of your cycle); then take a week off. If your period has not
started by the end of the week off, resume use of the cream as described below for days 8-28 or until your period starts. STOP the cream when your period begins. Count the first day of bleeding as day one of your cycle, and begin the cycle
“Where do I put it?”
Pro-Gest cream is easy to use. To apply, just massage 1/8 to 1/2 teaspoon into your skin twice a day. Apply it to your inner arms, inner thighs, abdomen or
chest (above the breasts), rotating the areas where applied.
Allow one hour for complete absorption before bathing.
Emerita® Pro-Gest comes in three sizes:
Pro-Gest 2oz. Tube (enough for about one month)
Pro-Gest 4oz. Value Size Tube
Days 8–21: use 1/4 tsp. twice daily.
Pro-Gest Single Use Packets (each Pro-Gest Single Use Packet
contains 20 mg of progesterone — 1.3 g of cream)
What are Bioidentical Hormones?
Some symptoms of
They start as plant substances. Then they are manufactured to have
the same molecular structure as the hormones natural y occurring in your body, so they can produce the same beneficial effects.
During perimenopause hormone levels fluctuate as a result
of fewer ovulations, so less progesterone is produced in the
second half of the menstrual cycle. Periods can be erratic, skipped or have heavy bleeding /clots. Symptoms result from the
change in ratio of estrogen to progesterone, so the
During menopause, estrogen is no longer produced by the ovaries and is made in smal er amounts by the adrenal glands and in fat tissue. Estrogen is stil produced in the body but in lower amounts than in younger cycling women. The most significant hormone change of menopause is the lack of progesterone.
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