NATURAL PROGESTERONE & EPILEPSY
Dr. Ray Peat has detailed studies showing that when epilepsy occurs prior to menstruation, it is often relieved by natural progesterone therapy.
This has been validated by Dr. Dalton, who says, "One of the most satisfying experiences is to diagnose and treat a woman with premenstrual epilepsy. She can be treated with Natural Progesterone and freed from all anticonvulsant tablets with their many and unpleasant side effect. "Dr. Betty Kamen, in her book Hormone Replacement Therapy: Yes or No?, concurs that natural progesterone may have an effect on epileptic seizures because of its barbiturate-like mechanism of action on brain metabolites.
Dr. Dalton confirms from her experience and study that many of the uncomfortable symptoms normally associated with a woman's monthly cycle occur just prior to and during the first few days of menstruation, and occasionally at ovulation. It is not uncommon to experience pain, depression, and headaches continuing through the first day or two of each menses. However, all these ill effects, often aggravated by stress and its consequential depletion of progesterone, can be bypassed. Once the progesterone is replaced in our bodies naturally, many of our problems clear up. We can avoid the sufferings of hormone deficiency, and whether in our teens or in the postmenopausal period, we can be thankful for the efforts of Dr. Katharina Dalton.
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