What an email!

I received an email from a client that I need to share because it shows with amazing clarity the difference between finding the cause of an issue and fixing that versus labeling a condition and prescribing drugs to band-aid the symptoms. Read on-     “Dear Lyn, I am doing great! I can’t believe the amazing change my progesterone has made in my life. It has given me my life back! I’m really starting to feel like my old self again! I’m happier, calmer and more relaxed. My anxiety is gone and I haven’t had a panic attack since before I started the using my progesterone cream. I even managed to get on a few carnival rides with my kids. I haven’t been able to do that in 8 years. No more trips to the emergency room for panic attacks; no more pills that didn’t work from the doctor for anxiety, depression, ADHD, bi-polar, PTSD and all the other things I was misdiagnosed with. But NO MORE!! I am happy to be alive now! I wake up in the morning excited to see what new things the day brings. My house and car are spotless when they used to be a disgusting mess. I have so much more energy and I’ve already lost 31 pounds! My fiancé, family and all my friends can not stop talking about what a huge difference the progesterone has made. I am even starting to get my sex drive back and it has only been 5 months. It started to come back at 2 months, but I know it will be even better by the 8 months I was advised it would take to return. The Happy Hormone Cottage has literally saved my life. Everyone at the Cottage and the Piqua Compounding and Consulting Lab as been so amazing. Thank you all for saving my life. Good day and God bless.”     What an amazing testimony to the simplicity and common sense of using natural progesterone (which is a prescription from a doctor….all compounded therapies are prescriptive by law). All this client needed was progesterone and sadly all she was prescribed was drug after drug, because this is what her doctors know. So it is up to US to learn about natural hormone therapy and educate our doctors. If we don’t do this, how will they learn what isn’t taught in medical school? And how will we ever get better?

Written by Lyn Hogrefe