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Addicted to elleste duet. Am I progesterone intolerant?

Hi..ive been taking Elleste Duet for 6 months.
I love the white tablets, but when i go on the green i get very very depressed.
I think i might be progeterone intolerant.
I had to stop on the green as cannot tolerate my life going down the pan for two weeks.
I love the oestrogen, what can i use for progesterone...maybe a bio identical cream?
Could i mix them, as am aware of dangers of lining of the womb etc.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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I s a bit difficult talk about progesterone intolerance in this case. What you need most at this point in time is a physical examination by an OB and GYn doctor first. Based on aspects of your medical history, treatment modifications can be made.

The opinion f your OB and GYn doctoris primordial here.
Thanks and have a good health.

DR A. Baiins
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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