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Hormone Cream Transfer


Problems for Children, Pets and Partners


Hormone cream

Transferring hormone via creams that we are using onto our loved ones, including pets, is a real concern. Hormone creams and gels can be transferred from skin, towels, clothing and bedding.

Even small amounts of testosterone and estrogen can have profound effects on children and pets, and even on spouses. Progesterone too can be transferred, but its effects arenít as potentially serious.

Any type of hormone cream applied anywhere on the body, including over-the-counter cortisol cream, has the potential to be transferred to others.

Guidelines for Avoiding Hormone Transfer

1) Apply the creams or gels on areas of the body that wonít come into contact with others.
2) Wash hands after applying the cream, or use a latex glove to apply the cream (you can buy a box of 100 for about $3).
3) Keep the towels of hormone cream users separate from the rest of the family.

PREGNANCY WARNING: In a pregnant woman, exposure to estrogen or testosterone products could potentially cause reproductive abnormalities in the fetus. The safest approach when pregnant is to simply not have any type of estrogen or testosterone creams or gels in the house. Period.

Estrogen Cream Transfer Effects

Women who use a vaginal estradiol cream can transfer estrogen to her partner within a few hours of having intercourse. †Please do not use estrogen creams as a vaginal lubricant. I looked up the drug information sheet for Estrace vaginal cream and nowhere in the many pages of information is there a warning about transfer of estrogen to men during intercourse. But there should be!!

Testosterone Gel or Cream Transfer Effects

Testosterone gel has become notorious for transferring to spouses, children and pets. In women, excess testosterone can cause hair growth on the face and arms, hair loss on the head, deepening of the voice, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), irregular menstruation, anxiety and irritability. It can also increase libido.

Hormone Transference to Male Partner

Men are exposed daily to the effects of estrogen through cosmetics and fragrances (his shampoo, shaving cream, aftershave, cologne, fabric softeners, scented laundry detergents). Then there are the estrogens in meat, pesticides, plastics and municipal water supplies. If heís gained weight in the belly, the fat cells there are busy converting his testosterone to estrogen. If his hormones are becoming unbalanced he will be gaining weight, growing breasts, losing muscle and sex drive, feeling moody, and spending more time on the couch. The last thing that a middle-aged man needs is a regular dose of estrogen, even a small one.

Hormone Transference to Children

Transferring estrogen to children can have serious consequences. For boys, who again are already over-exposed to estrogenic chemicals in the environment, even small amounts of estrogen can block normal development of male characteristics and stimulate weight gain and breast growth. For girls, exposure to excess estrogen can cause early puberty and menstruation, a known risk factor for breast and ovarian cancer later in life.† In children, exposure to testosterone gels or creams can cause enlargement of the genitalia (penis or clitoris), premature development of pubic hair, advanced bone age, increased libido, and aggressive behavior.

Hormone Transference to Pets

Estrogen cream is also easily transferred to pets. The most common symptoms of excess estrogen in pets, male and female, are enlarged breasts and weight gain. Testosterone transfer to pets can cause aggressive behavior and enlargement of the genitalia.

What about Progesterone Cream Transfer Effects?

Progesterone does not have gender effects, although it can ďwake upĒ estrogen†receptors. When a woman is in her third trimester of pregnancy, the placenta is producing 300 mg of progesterone a day so we know itís safe for the fetus. Progesterone is also the most lipophilic of the hormones, so it is absorbed through the skin more rapidly than the other hormones. Progesterone opposes or balances the effects of estrogen, which is a benefit when we are exposed to so many environmental estrogens.

In spite of the relative safety and benefits of progesterone cream, itís still not wise to transfer it to others who may not need it. We donít have research on the effects of progesterone on children, men and pets, and itís unwise to make assumptions that it is safe based on theory. There are many men who use a little bit of progesterone cream daily, but hopefully they are aware of the dose they are taking and are testing their hormone levels at least twice a year. Using progesterone cream should be a conscious choice, not a random act of transfer!

Why Not Just Take Hormones in Pill Form?

Hormones taken orally, in pill form, tend to not work as well and have more unwanted side effects. Transdermal application of hormones, via creams, gels or patches, is the safest and most effective way to deliver hormones.

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