I was originally on-
100mcg estradot with 10mg provera for 12 days a mth
then dropped to 50mcg estradot with 5mg provera for 12 days a month
then onto 75mcg estradot with 5mg provera 12 days a month
Maybe I do need to go back on 10mg with the 75mcg patch
I'm all confused with this lol
I was told I am classed as having premature ovarian failure as I was 34 when symptoms started and my FSH was 92.8.... I was put on continuous? HRT but then was told to come off that as I hadnt gone a year without a period even though my levels are post meno
Then I saw someone else who said I could go on the no bleed HRT.... I have just found this article online which I will paste as this states I should be on 100mcg of estregon and 10mg progesterone.. (which I did try in Jan but it made my boobs lumpy.. so was told to drop to 75mcg)
◦Estrogens can be administered orally or transdermally. The appropriate dose for young women
with ovarian failure
has not been established in control studies. According to the authors’ clinical judgment, administer doses twice as high as the recommended dose for HT for women who are postmenopausal (transdermal estradiol 100-150 mcg instead of 50 mcg daily
, conjugated equine estrogens [CEE] 1.25 mg instead of 0.625 mg daily or oral estradiol 2-4 mg instead of 1 mg daily). Such doses usually achieve adequate estrogenization of the vaginal epithelium in young women with POI/POF and help maintain age-appropriate bone density.
◦Progestins should be administered cyclically, 10-14 days each month, to prevent endometrial hyperplasia that unopposed estrogen may cause. Young women with POI/POF have a 5-10% chance of spontaneous pregnancy (unlike women who are postmenopausal). If an expected withdrawal bleeding is missing, a pregnancy test should be performed and a diagnosis of pregnancy should not be delayed.
◦The recommended regimens include medroxyprogesterone 10 mg daily for 10-12 days
each month or micronized progesterone 200 mg daily for 10-12 days each month.