I'm sorry that you're having problems at this point in your recovery.
Sometimes it's just a matter of time before the libido improves without tweaking hormones. In the general scheme of things you aren't all that far into your recovery though by now it probably seems that way.
Have you discussed your concerns with your doctor? That would be a good starting point. Your doctor could test your free and total testosterone levels to see if they're normal or not. Often it's testosterone that is needed to help with libido. That was the case for me. You might want to look over this list of symptoms common for Too Much/Too Little
estrogen, progesterone and testosterone to see how your symptoms compare. Try keeping a journal of your symptoms, too. Take note of the symptoms you have including how frequent and severe they are and also write down any other medications or supplements you're taking. You can share all of that information with your doctor when working to find the right hormone balance for you.
The main difference between compounded progesterone and over-the-counter progesterone is the strength. The compounded progesterone can be made to whatever strength the doctor prescribes and more than likely it's going to be prescribed in a strength higher than you can buy over-the-counter. That said, many women do just fine using over-the-counter progesterone. You would want to be sure to purchase one that is USP Progesterone, such as the kind sold in the Hyster Sisters store.
Hormones are powerful drugs and it's a good idea to use them carefully under the guidance of your doctor. Let your doctor know your concerns and see what he/she has to say. Keep us posted, okay?