What are the symptoms of low progesterone?

June 29, 2020

Simply put, these are the high-level symptoms of low progesterone: 


Progesterone is a female sex hormone that sees production mainly in the ovaries after ovulation each month. It’s a crucial part of the menstrual cycle and helps with the maintenance of pregnancy. Progesterone plays a vital role in regulating the menstrual cycle. Several different symptoms come with low levels of progesterone in the body. Firstly, in women that aren’t pregnant, they’re going to experience menstrual irregularities. These include long and irregular cycles among several issues.

Additionally, a lack of progesterone is also going to cause infertility. It’s one of the primary hormones responsible for achieving and maintaining a pregnancy. So, if you’re having difficulty with getting pregnant, or have suffered a miscarriage in the past, there’s a good chance your progesterone levels might be low. Additionally, other symptoms of low progesterone include acne, brittle nails, and dehydrated cracked skin. Individuals may also experience a slow metabolism with weight gain around the midsection in particular.

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