You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Tuesday, April 26, 2011


Increase Progesterone and Reduce Miscarriage

I've always known that progesterone was a key hormone in preventing miscarriage.  If you've ever heard of luteal phase defect, this could be related to your progesterone production.  Luteal phase defect is when your progesterone falls too fast in the last half of your cycle.
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Progesterone Can Help Increase Your Luteal Phase which Can Decrease The Chance Of Miscarriage

Progesterone is a hormone which signals to the body to keep the uterine lining in tact to maintain a pregnancy.
The reason it's called “progesterone” is because it is “pro-gestation” or it supports a pregnancy. Women with low progesterone may experience miscarriage or recurrent miscarriage because their body cannot sustain their uterine lining long enough to nuture their baby. During the menstrual cycle, progesterone typically is highest during ovulation. If the egg that ovulates is not fertilized, progesterone falls and estrogen rises causing the women to get her period...Click here to read the full article

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