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Dhea is taken for: Lupus*

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5-Dehydroepiandrosterone (5-DHEA) is a 19-carbon endogenous steroid hormone. It is the major secretory steroidal product of the...
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Dhea & Hashimoto's Disease

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Dhea
Hashimoto's Disease
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sjogrensworld.org
others, tricky, anyone using DHEA, it really helped when...
" thanks again all of you! I am on synthroid and armour for my hashimotos and get me free t3 and t4 checked regularly. ...not for others, tricky, anyone using DHEA, it really helped when I... "

I'm doing well now that I take DHEA, pregnenolone, adrenal,...
" ...others. I have tons of hormone problems from the lyme, but I'm doing well now that I take DHEA, pregnenolone, adrenal, thyroid and others. I have hashimotos hypothyroid and adrenal deficiency.... "

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www.remedyspot.com
you know what is going on---dhea too--that will help!! I...
" ...is going on---dhea ...synthroid 50 mcl. Tolerated it very well until severe insomnia hit at Thanksgiving. I am having heart palpitations and rapid heartbeat and hot flashes. The thyroid panel ... "

DHEA and would like to know the benefits of this hormone,...
" ...am on DHEA and would like to ...with physiological doses. I have Hashimoto's and adrenal fatigue... "

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some research that indicates that DHEA could be helpful...
" ...orders a test for at every follow up. There has been some research that indicates that DHEA could be helpful for lupus, though. Celeste Gracia wrote: You are aware those with... "

DHEA (25 mg) got rid of my PMS symptoms. It also kept me...
" Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune thyroid disease ...can slow weight loss some. DHEA (25 mg) got rid of my PMS symptoms. It also kept me looking a bit... "

level. I wouldn't start her on DHEA yet, given her age,...
" ...most of it. She has Hashi's, at least in my view, because to me, having ANY antibodies means Hashi's. I agree, she doesn't ...level. I wouldn't start her on DHEA yet, given her... "

levels. I took the DHEA and higher levels of oroxine...
" ...Hashimoto's. I conceived a bit over 2 years ago on my 1st IVF cycle after having taken DHEA for 6 months prior to that and also having increased my oroxine levels. I took the DHEA and higher... "

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is the best way to measure DHEA - so the normal DHEA-s...
" DHEA-s is the best way to measure DHEA - so the normal DHEA-s is re-assuring. DHEA levels are unstable , and should ...antibodies as you may have hashimoto's but most likely you have... "

of range. BTW, I have hashi's too. I also believe there...
" ...hashi's too. I also believe there are treatment options outside of simply t4/t3 therapy. Things like cutting down gluten intake, getting more/better sleep, reducing inflammation via diet,... "

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