Progesterone cream for enlarged prostate - yes or no?

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I've done some research on the use of topical progesterone cream to combat testosterone conversion to DHT and rising estradiol levels. Admittedly, while there is some anectodal evidence out there, not much in the way of actual double blind studies can be found. Dr. John Lee of Harvard reportedly did research into progesterone cream for men some years back.

Has anyone here used topical progesterone to normalize hormone levels, reverse the effects of DHT and shrink the size of the prostate - with resulting improvement in LUTS from the latter?

Any personal testimony or information on how to research this further would be gold to me.  Thank you.

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    SARM stands for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator. There are numerous drugs that fall in this category and RAD 140 is just one of them. It just happens to be the one that seems to have the prostate benefiting properties.

    RAD 140 at this point is considered a research chemical. It is between over OTC and Rx. It is in research trials but not yet FDA approved so its not regulated yet. Its being heavily used by the bodybuilding community currently so it's pretty readily available online. Where I am getting mine it's $85 for a bottle of 90. I only take 1 capsule per day so a 3 month supply.

    You can find a lot online about it. Like with everything you can find good and bad. For me it's been a huge benefit.

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