Progesterone Therapy How It Works
Progesterone Therapy How It Works
What Is Progesterone Therapy

Progesterone therapy helps to regulate many of the body’s hormones. The major regulators of most human’s bodily functions are chemicals called hormones. A hormone is released by the cell or gland in one part of a system that takes effect in the cells of other parts of the body’s organ or systems. Even a little amount of hormone can be enough to regulate a cell’s metabolism.
What Progesterone Does in the Body

One major group of hormones in human body is the steroid hormones which are further divided into subgroups namely glucocorticoids, mineralocorticoid, vitamin D, androgens, oestrogens, progestins or the progesterone. Among these hormones, progesterone is also a precursor of the other hormones in the steroid group, so to say progesterone is also responsible for the conversion of androgens and oestrogens from its raw forms. Let us then pay closer attention to this wonder hormone. Progesterone is present in both sexes, and produced by the adrenal glands and in females it is primarily secreted by the ovaries and the placenta during pregnancy. When these organs fail, the levels of progesterone is depleted and one may need a progesterone therapy.

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