Pregnenolone, sublingual supplement, 10 mg Cherry Flavored120 Pregnenolone tabletsOver the counter hormone pillSource Naturals
Pregnenolone is an over the counter hormone pill considered a Dietary Supplement. Please become familiar with potential pregnenolone side effects before you purchase this over the counter hormone pill. High dose side effects of pregnenolone include heart palpitations.
Pregnenolone is a hormone with potent effects. Do not take pregnenolone daily for more than one week without the advice of your physician. Read the cautions and side effects listed below before using pregnenolone.
Using pregnenolone supplement may elevate your DHEA and progesterone levels and DHEA can increase estrogen and testosterone levels.*
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Pregnenolone Supplement Facts:Serving Size: 1 TabletServings Per Container: 120
Amount Per Serving:Pregnenolone hormone - 10 mg*Directions: One tenth to one pregnenolone tablet as needed, preferably in the morning. One tenth of a tablet would equal about 1 mg . Do not exceed 10 mg pregnenolone per day. Discuss with your physician if planning to use pregnenolone continuously for more than 1 week. Do not take pregnenolone hormone the same day as other supplemetns that can cause alertness and increased energy, including DHEA, Mind Power Rx, Eyesight Rx, Passion Rx, ginseng, SAM-e, St. John's wort, and other stimulating supplements. * Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: mannitol, sorbitol, natural cherry flavor, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, colloidal silicon dioxide, stearic acid and magnesium stearate.Contains no gluten, wheat, soy, or gelatin.
Possible Pregenenolone Side Effects:Pregenelone supplement use may lead to side effects which include overstimulation and insomnia, irritability, anger or anxiety, acne, headache, possible scalp hair loss if used daily for prolonged periods. Pregnenolone converts into DHEA, which in turn converts into testosterone and possibly on to DHT. Other more serious side effects could include irregularities of heart rhythm, heart palpitations, even on as low a dose as 5 to 10 mg. Do not take pregnenolone if you have a heart condition or taking heart medications. Do not take pregnenolone if you are taking other hormones unless your doctor approves. Consider using other supplements first to address a particular health concern before resorting to the use of hormones. Just because pregnenolone is available over the counter does not mean it is a weak supplement or not as potent as a prescription hormone. Pregnenolone in high doses is very potent.
I am interested in purchasing the book Pregnenolone: Nature's Feel Good hormone by Dr. Ray Sahelian. Do you carry it? This book is from the mid 1990s and the doctor prefers people read newer information on his website rather than the older information in the book.
I had been on Prednisone shots 2 kinds once a month for inflammation in the lungs caused by asthma which was caused by black mold and a leaking carbon dioxide furnace. After finding several natural anti inflammatory herbs I was able to down grade to Hydrocortisone 40mg pills in AM & PM/ When I try to reduce the dose I start to get worse in my breathing. Would Pregnenolone help me be able to cut back on the Hydrocort? I am taking DHEA every day. If not Pregnenolone what else would you recommend to help me get off Hydrocort and maintain good breathing. I am 72 and in very good health otherwise. Sorry but we are not able to provide individual medical advice.
Buy pregnenolone supplement on sale. If you buy a pregnenolone supplement along with a DHEA supplement, do not take them the same day. These are powerful hormones. Do not take pregnenolone hormone supplement the same day as DHEA, 7-keto dhea, testosterone, progesterone, Passion Rx, Mind Power Rx, Eyesight Rx, SAM-e, tyrosine, St. John's wort, ginseng, tongkat ali, or any supplement, hormone or medication that enhances energy, causes alertness, or speeds heart rate.
WithdrawalQ.I have been taking bioidentical pregnenolone 30 mg. orally for about 9 months. My levels are normal and my doctor wants me to wean off. I started taking 20 mg for a week now and have been having migraine headaches and anxiety. I wanted to know if this is normal withdrawal and how I can wean off this stuff. My doctor says just to play with the dosage but I really would like to know what I can do to get myself off this and be reassured these symptoms of withdrawal are normal. A. Withdrawal symptoms can occur and each person can gradually wean off based on how well they tolerate the symptoms.
Levels in women throughout the monthly cycleQ. Is it true that a female's body is signaled to produce pregnenolone by the action of an egg being released from the ovary? If so, does this mean that a female body has higher levels of pregnenolone on about day 14 of her cycle? I am considering supplementing pregnenolone ONLY on days 13,14, and 15 for this reason. A. It appears from limited studies that this hormone is present in higher levels in the follicular phase of the luteal cycle, which is the last half of the monthly cycle. How this influences the decision to supplement is another question. Much depends on the reason one wishes to use this hormone and that should likely be the focus as opposed to when the level is highest in the body. Plasma 17-OH-Pregnenolone in Normal Subjects.Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism Vol. 39A radioimmunoassay for 17-OH-pregnenolone was developed and applied to the study of this steroid in human plasma. In normal subjects plasma 17-OH-pregnenolone is mainly of adrenal origin. It was largely suppressible with dexamethasone, readily responsive to ACTH and followed a diurnal rhythm similar to that of plasma fluorogenic corticosteroids with which there was a significant correlation.Testicular secretion of 17-OH-pregnenolone could be inferred from the observation that while dexamethasone suppressed plasma concentrations incompletely combined treatments with dexamethasone and methyltestosterone caused the steroid to disappear completely. In contrast, women receiving dexamethasone alone had similar levels of 17-OH-pregnenolone to women receiving dexamethasone plus estrogen. Ovarian secretion of 17-OH-pregnenolone was suggested by the finding of significantly lower levels of plasma 17-OH-pregnenolone in women receiving estrogen than in untreated woman. This difference was not seen in postmenopausal women. Plasma 17-OH-pregnenolone was significantly higher during the follicular than during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. However, the ovarian contribution of 17-OH-pregnenolone to plasma (0.2 ng/ml or less) was probably inadequate to account for the phasic variation observed. The mechanism underlying the changes in plasma levels of 17-OH-pregnenolone seen during the menstrual cycle is unclear.
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