1. If you are peri-menopausal and have not entered into menopause yet, or you are just having problems with your menstrual cycle, we recommend you consult your doctor to see if PR (Physiologic Restoration) is right for you.
2. If your doctor does not prescribe PR, you may find a doctor here.
3. Ask your doctor about baseline blood tests to determine your hormonal health before starting any hormone protocol. If you are over 40 you might not need blood tests, however this will be decided by your practitioner.
If you are still cycling with your period on a regular basis, use the Personal Calendar included with your hormones from one of our partner pharmacies. The first day of your period is “Day 1.”
If you are menopausal and not cycling, or have had a hysterectomy, then it is recommended that you follow the cycles of the moon with the Lunar Calendar, included with your hormones from one of our partner pharmacies.
Peak estrogen occurs on day twelve (12). This is always the full moon and we count back 12 days for day 1.
Peak progesterone occurs on day twenty one (21).
This is all worked out for you. Learn more when you read the WHN PR booklet supplied by our pharmacy partners.