Tuesday, March 15, 2011

one good side to progesterone

My obsession with food when filled with progesterone is obviously a problem for both my pcos and my waistline.  I will say though that everything that I taste is just about the best thing I have ever tasted.  Case in point - eating swiss cheese right now.  Just about the best cheese I have ever tasted.

Had a diet shake for breakfast - not the best breakfast, I know . . . usually tastes like I am eating the tin can its in.  But today - tasted like a chocolate milkshake.

Had a salad for lunch.  Dressed it with balsamic.  Almost licked the bowl.

Dug out a stash of godiva chocolate truffles that I have been consuming slowly since christmas and boy was it to die for.

for dinner . . . who knows.  Maybe subway.  I don't really care for it usually but something tells me its going to be a really good sandwich.


  1. I just quit progesterone and am crashing....enjoy the tasty ride, my dear.

  2. Hello,
    I just found your blog. I have been ttc for 1 year and 3 months without success after my first and only child (conceived after 3 months ttc) was stillborn (unknown causes, autopsy didn't find any problem with him, the cord or the placenta). I am really getting desperate at this point and having a hard time to control my anxiety, so I need to relate with other people on the same boat.

    As for the progesterone, I think it really helps me with my mood swings. I've been taking it for only a few days and my momentary depressive thoughts have gone away! I hope it helps me with the infertility too.

  3. Definitely enjoy the yumminess while you can! Hey, at least there's an up side!

  4. I'm glad progesterone offers you culinary enhancement-it just knocks me into a coma, so I sleep through any other symptoms.