Topic: Using Wellsprings Creams


When should I stop taking my Wellsprings cream?

While many women start using Wellsprings creams to combat symptoms related to menopause it is common for them to continue use it into later life.


Can I take too much?

There have been no reports of anyone overdosing on natural progesterone, nor have there been any reports of side effects in the 60 years it has been prescribed.


How should I be using Wellsprings creams if I have osteoporosis or wish to protect against osteoporosis?

The use of Wellsprings Creams in any of the above categories will stimulate osteoblast production which results in new bone tissue growth.


What should I do if I am using my Wellsprings cream but experience an increase in oestrogen dominance symptoms?

At the onset of using Natural Progesterone Cream a few women may experience an increase in “oestrogen dominance” symptoms


Top tips on getting the most from your Wellsprings Cream

Here are a few pointers that our customers have reported helpful over the years.


A Simple Weekly Routine For Applying Your Wellsprings Cream

Remembering when to apply your Wellsprings cream, and where, can sometimes be confusing but this simple guide helps make it easier to get the maximum benefit from your bioidentical hormone cream.


Top 6 Tips for Getting the Most From Your Wellsprings Cream


Why do I need to take a 6 day break from the cream each month?

Learn why the 6 day break is recommended for women that are no longer menstruating and what to do if symptoms return during that period.


I have had cancer or have a history of cancer. Can I use natural progesterone?

If you are in remission or have a history of cancer this article talks about using natural progesterone and provides quotes from doctors on the subject.


What to do if your symptoms start to return

There can be several reasons for symptoms returning after a few months of using your Wellsprings Cream. This article discusses why this can occur and what you should do if it does.