Study determines that DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) taken in low does helped sexual function and eased menopausal symptoms. For the entire study please visit
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a hormone made by the adrenal glands. DHEA is a precursor to male and female sex hormones. After the age of 30 DHEA production begins to decrease. There are also reports that DHEA may also be low in patients with anorexia, type 2 diabetes ( non insulin dependent diabetes) adrenal insufficiency and end stage renal disease.
DHEA, is also the most common hormone in our bodies and it is used to treat Fibromyalgia, it is the hormone of connective tissue, Adrenal Exhaustion, it is the precursor to cortisol, and studies show that it converts to testosterone in women to use vaginally for incontinence, recurrent UTIs and low libido.
In order to determine whether you should take DHEA you should be tested by your physician. Some sources believe that 5-15 mg for women and 10-30 mg for men are appropriate. Many researchers recommend as much as 50 mg per day in men or postmenopausal women. DHEA levels should be monitored before and during supplementation.
Directions: Apply 2-4 pumps in the am vaginally for dryness, incontinence, recurrent urinary infections or low libido.
For Fibromylagia pain, apply 8 pumps 2 times daily to areas of pain. Use for two weeks only. After two weeks begin treatment again. Decrease or stop treatment if skin becomes oily, or facial hair or acne increases.
25 mg per cc equals 4 pumps