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Hi There — first, thank you for all the information you provide on this site it’s been really helpful. I started using natural progesterone cream after noticing that I had a short luteal phase (9 days) while tracking things for TTC. The progesterone cream did extend my luteal phase in my next cycle, and I got a BFP on cycle day 28. So, per the advice on this site, I have maintained the cream. When I called my OB office to schedule first exams, I mentioned that I was using the cream (and why), and she said that the cream has probably no effect at all because there is little progesterone in it. She said I could stop and it wouldn’t make any difference. Thoughts?