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... Anyone with Addison's like your son should be taking DHEA as well because once the adrenals are shut down by taking replacement cortisol this important hormone is also cut off. ... (17 replies)
... My DHEA is low normal.. ... (31 replies)
... look pretty high as it is. Will the supplement take some of the stress off my Adrenals by not having to make so much on its own, or would that give me too much? ... (31 replies)

... You should have your DHEAS blood levels tested. Research has shown that both low and high DHEAS may be bad for women interms of early mortality. ... (10 replies)
... They sell DHEA at just about any drug store and you don't need a prescription. ... (17 replies)
... drocortisone then your body doesn't produce ATCH and can't make cortisol or DHEA. There is no need to get your levels checked on replacement doses, because your DHEA is guaranteed to be zero. ... (17 replies)
... I understand that my DHEA is consistently low but I don't understand is my cortisol levels are both low and high. ... (5 replies)
... I got a copy of the latest ACTH / Cortisol results (Test #3) myself and haven't been in for a follow-up with my Endo, but does this look like Primary Adrenal Insufficiency or am I just jumping to conclusions? Test #1 - ACTH Stim Test (Done @ 2:00pm): Baseline Cortisol - 3.2 Baseline DHEA(S) - 461 (110-370) - (135% of range) Baseline Pregnenolone - 11 (13-208) - (-1% of... (31 replies)
... No they sure don't mix well. It makes me SO tired when I eat sugary things. I try to eat high fiber and protien foods so I keep fuller longer and actually I like most all veggies and fruits, I do eat more veggies than fruit though. ... (10 replies)
... I have included how I think each question is related to hormones. Remember a single test can be normal but all hormones are pulsed so one test isnt diagnostic of anything. Of course each symptom can also be related to other disease activity so one or two aren't particularly diagnostic either. Many together start to make the pattern more clear. 1. Do you wake up in the... (8 replies)
... Thanks, Orion, for the info. We will do our research and talk to his endo. Take care, Vicki (17 replies)
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Dec 14, 2005
... Fourthly, because you are taking replacement levels of hydrocortisone, your DHEA levels will be near zero. ... (5 replies)
... Doesn't the high ACTH in response to chronic lower Cortisol make Hypopituitarism less likely? ... (31 replies)
... don't know enough about how to treat low testosterone in men. Testosterone therapy can raise estrogen levels which is desired, but estrogen can go to high in T therapy. In men estrogen is usually ignored. ... (5 replies)
... and people tell me I'm on a really high dose. The doc has already said I will be on it for life. No weaning off. Is my dose too high if I'm responding so well to the treatment? ... (1 replies)
... If you are on replacement steroids then you will be deficient in DHEA. DHEA has many potential benefits including improved exercise capacity and improved immunity. ... (6 replies)
... cium, thus weakening bones and eventually causing osteoporosis. Prednisone also decreases the immune system, so Vitamin C daily is very beneficial. I also take DHEA as more recent research has shown that adrenal insufficient people are also DHEA insufficient. ... (7 replies)
... I take 25mg DHEA every day. And I do take vitamin C, but I should look into the rest, as well. I also heard Echinacea was good. ... (11 replies)
... DHEAS levels are normally high in both male and female newborns. They drop sharply shortly after birth, then rise again during puberty. ... (5 replies)
... sore throat etc. I have had several labs done and many show my hormnes are out of whack. My Progesterone, pregnelone, cortisol, ACTH are low and in saliva my DHEA is triple the top of the chart. IN blood my DHEA S is normal. Thyroid is the same as it has always been. ... (0 replies)




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