Progesterone Therapy

Progesterone is a vital hormone in the menstrual cycle, and it's often used as a treatment for irregular periods or other menstrual problems. Progesterone therapy can also help prevent premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats.



Are you feeling tired? Slight bloating, weight gain, or mood swings could point to progesterone imbalance. The ovaries produce this female hormone. It can be part of hormonal replacement therapy for women suffering from irregular periods and an increase in other hormone imbalances, such as estrogen levels.


Progesterone is a natural female hormone that some women lack. Progestins decrease the amount of estrogen in your body, which can lead to menstruation and other hormonal changes when it's replaced with progesterone, like those found in HRT therapy.


The cost of Progesterone Therapy varies greatly. Price can be divided into annual exams, blood-work labs, and progesterone replacement therapy products. Everyone's body is different and requires different lab work and products. Contact us today to find out more.


Most doctors recommend that women taking PRT not suddenly stop but do so gradually. You and your provider can slowly taper down the amount, either by dose alone or by lowering the dose and taking it less frequently.

About Progesterone Replacement Therapy

Progesterone is a hormone that occurs naturally in the body. It can also be made in a laboratory. "Progestin" is a general term for a substance that causes some or all of the biological effects of progesterone. The term "progestin" is sometimes used to refer to the progesterone made in the laboratory in oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy.

Women commonly take progesterone to help restart menstrual periods that unexpectedly stopped (amenorrhea), treat abnormal uterine bleeding associated with hormonal imbalance, and treat severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms. Progesterone is combined with the hormone estrogen to "oppose estrogen" as part of hormone replacement therapy. If estrogen is given without progesterone, estrogen increases the risk of uterine cancer.

Source: WebMD

Progesterone plays a role in many body functions, including:

  • It helps prepare your uterus to implant a fertilized egg and maintain your pregnancy.
  • Regulates blood pressure.
  • Improves mood and sleep.


Hormones are small molecules produced by different organs and travel through your bloodstream until they reach an organ with receptors for this particular hormone. Progesterone, which targets the uterus and other areas like breasts or testes, will affect how you feel physically and mentally throughout different parts of your body.

Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center is proud to offer progesterone therapy as part of our commitment to providing our clients with the latest and most effective treatments. Progesterone is a hormone that plays a crucial role in regulating the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. In addition, it has been shown to have several other benefits, including reducing anxiety and improving sleep quality.

We are committed to helping our clients look and feel their best. We offer a variety of treatments and therapies designed to address the unique needs of each individual. One of the services we offer is progesterone therapy. Progesterone is a hormone that is essential in regulating the menstrual cycle and preparing the body for pregnancy. Low progesterone levels can cause various symptoms, including irregular periods, hot flashes, weight gain, and mood swings. Our experienced team of experts will work with you to determine if progesterone therapy is right for you. If it is, we will develop a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a consultation.

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