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Is Bovine ovary progesterone or estrogen?
#1
I have estrogen dominance with PCOS
And I ‘m very thin...

So I cannot try PM

But bovine ovary seem to be possible for me

(If it’s progesterone )

I read the article bovine ovary helps pcos’ symptoms before.

I am curious about it.

And I want to know whether BO helps pcos or not.

Please let me know!!!

If I take it in my luteal phase, is it effective?
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#2
Hello big,

Almost all nbe pills increase estrogen. This includes BO as well. If you want to up your progesterone you’ll have to take progesterone cream. 

However, the problem with progesterone is it just causes swelling in the breasts, and the minute you stop the breast tend to go back to their original shape. This, has a lot to do with how progesterone works as a hormone. During most of pregnancy, women are progesterone dominant. The progesterone increases the size of the milk ducts in the breast to accommodate for the mother’s milk when pregnancy occurs - Progesterone, will swell the canals in your breast, but not really generate new tissue. Estrogen on the other hand, will over time.

I would like to ask you about your pcos if you don’t mind. Pcos, is quite a serious condition: it is primarily characterised with a lack of ovulation, and very very irregular periods, like 4-5 period in a year for serious cases. Having difficulty procreating does not mean you have pcos. Also, Pcos is a bit like adhd where many people get misdiagnosed by doctors every year because there is no specific test for it. You really need to ask 2,3 doctors if you think you really have it, because many doctors get lazy when it comes to this kind of stuff and just go with what the patient tells them. 

In regards to estrogen dominance, you should get your hormones checked if you think you are.

Best of luck
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(09-07-2019, 11:15 PM)lovesaraI Wrote: Hello big,

Almost all nbe pills increase estrogen. This includes BO as well. If you want to up your progesterone you’ll have to take progesterone cream. 

However, the problem with progesterone is it just causes swelling in the breasts, and the minute you stop the breast tend to go back to their original shape. This, has a lot to do with how progesterone works as a hormone. During most of pregnancy, women are progesterone dominant. The progesterone increases the size of the milk ducts in the breast to accommodate for the mother’s milk when pregnancy occurs - Progesterone, will swell the canals in your breast, but not really generate new tissue. Estrogen on the other hand, will over time.

I would like to ask you about your pcos if you don’t mind. Pcos, is quite a serious condition: it is primarily characterised with a lack of ovulation, and very very irregular periods, like 4-5 period in a year for serious cases. Having difficulty procreating does not mean you have pcos. Also, Pcos is a bit like adhd where many people get misdiagnosed by doctors every year because there is no specific test for it. You really need to ask 2,3 doctors if you think you really have it, because many doctors get lazy when it comes to this kind of stuff and just go with what the patient tells them. 

In regards to estrogen dominance, you should get your hormones checked if you think you are.

Best of luck



2-3 doctors said already.

And yes, when I take progesterone cream, my breasts are swelling but my menstruation seems to make my swelling gone.

But My period doesn’t so long.
My period is rather 2-3weeks.
I menstruated frequently and jumbled. (2-3weeks, or sometimes 5weeks)

I don’t know how should I do.

I want to try bo but

Estrogens doesn’t seem to help me anymore.

For 3years when I have tried nbe,,,
When I take estrogen, it just disturbed my period. Nothing good effect for me!!!!!!!
So if I want to try BO, how should I do?

If I take BO in my luteal phases,does it help boosting P or E?
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#4
Hi dear,

Swelling goes down during your period because at that time of the month, your hormones are at their lowest. Both estrogen and progesterone have to drop for a period to occur. 

BO also works differently than herbs, it boosts your natural production of hormones. 

Many girls have had problems with herbs, especially PM. Pm is notorious for making your period late if you take too much too soon. 

I personally don’t take BO, as pm works for me. The thing about pills in general, is you have to go really slow with them at the start. First few months you should be low dosing, for the body to get use to the drug. If you take too much too soon you will end up with a late period as you mentioned.

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#5
(11-07-2019, 07:38 PM)lovesara Wrote: Hi dear,

Swelling goes down during your period because at that time of the month, your hormones are at their lowest. Both estrogen and progesterone have to drop for a period to occur. 

BO also works differently than herbs, it boosts your natural production of hormones. 

Many girls have had problems with herbs, especially PM. Pm is notorious for making your period late if you take too much too soon. 

I personally don’t take BO, as pm works for me. The thing about pills in general, is you have to go really slow with them at the start. First few months you should be low dosing, for the body to get use to the drug. If you take too much too soon you will end up with a late period as you mentioned.

Love


Oh, my mistake.
I want to tell you not that my period isn't so long but that my cycle isn't so long.
My latest cycle is 17th days.

What do you think why is my cycle so short?

and 2 years ago, when I tried PM, it makes my cycle too short, too.

is the short cycle related to PCOS?

I have long arms and legs' hair, acne.

is it okay if I take DIM with BO?

I heard that DIM prevents aromatase, so too much of DIM causes testosterone high.
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#6
Hi dear,

If BO works for you, then just do BO. From what I understand, if your luteal phase is short the doctor will prescribe progesterone cream to lengthen your cycle. Keep in mind, you can also use progesterone cream+ BO. 


You might want to ask a specialist like an endocrinologist, about your shorter cycles. Maybe they can shed some light, and run a few test. So you know how you can fix it

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