New Atmosphere, New Vision: Gibson and Whittemore Kick Off Invest in ME Conference 2016
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Progesterone Cream ME Cure???

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by Hell...Hath...No...Fury.., Aug 12, 2016.

  1. Hell...Hath...No...Fury..

    Hell...Hath...No...Fury.. Senior Member

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    Apparently progesterone cream can cure ME now.

    I was just about to re-order a bottle from Amazon for my early menopause and seen the below review...

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    I was so irritated after reading, I forgot to order it o_O
     
  2. Mij

    Mij Senior Member

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    It sounds as though "late nights and modern living" was the cause of her "M.E".

    I tried progesterone cream for early meno but I did not feel very good on it. I'm going back to late nights and modern living!
     
  3. Hell...Hath...No...Fury..

    Hell...Hath...No...Fury.. Senior Member

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    Lol! For me personally, and i've only been on it 6 weeks. It does seem to stop the hot flushes; but time will tell as it might just be co-incidence.
    The flushes seem to come in waves every 5 months or so lasting around a month.
    Ever since the hysterectomy my ovaries are battling for existence but they're slowly losing the fight this year.

    PS. I went and had a look at her website out of curiosity but it only got me more irritated. Maybe the cream will cure that :confused:
     
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  4. Invisible Woman

    Invisible Woman Senior Member

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    Oh for ..... :grumpy::bang-head:
     
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  5. Skippa

    Skippa Anti-BS

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    People who check twice that they've got their keys, or turned the lights off, say "oh I'm so OCD" or "my OCD is real bad today".

    And now, people who feel a bit run down, even when they've obviously been burning the candle at both ends, say "I've got ME at the moment" or "my CFS is real bad today".

    It appears that everyone has had CFS at one point or another, no wonder we can't get taken seriously.
     
  6. Invisible Woman

    Invisible Woman Senior Member

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    I agree. I think some of 'em think it's trendy or something. Now, if those folk had to face the very real discrimination and stigma that we do, I think they'd be "cured" very quickly!
     
  7. TiredSam

    TiredSam The wise nematode hibernates

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    Just what I was thinking. "Autistic" is another one.
     
  8. Hell...Hath...No...Fury..

    Hell...Hath...No...Fury.. Senior Member

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    I was talking to a bloke the other day who's wife has MS. When i told him what i had he says 'oh you're lucky to have the designer illness then! At least you look really great' :mad: :bang-head: :mad: :mad:
     
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    belize44 Senior Member

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    Unreal!:rolleyes: I'd rather have a pair of designer jeans, even though I don't have anyplace to where them to.
     
  10. TigerLilea

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    If only! I did feel much more energetic for the first three months that I used it, however, after that, I found I was sleeping all of the time and had to stop using it for a while. After that, I just could not achieve the same results. :(
     

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