Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), derived from cholesterol like estrogen and testosterone. Produced primarily in the adrenal glands. Use of this hormone is very common in women with infertility. This hormone affects the energy levels in the body and the sex drive. This is also responsible for converting into other hormones in the body. This makes it very multi-functional to assisting the body in returning to homeostasis and is also known as one of the “master hormones”. This can be taken in supplement form. It is very safe and offers much support for symptom relief if given under the proper conditions. This, like the other hormones, should be tested and monitored before/during supplementation. Proper dosage is key and people have a tendency to overdo. Thinking more is better is not usually the case, at all.
– Synonyms: DHEA, Dehydroepiandrosterone