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Re: Cortisol and DHEA Balance jrbecker

Posted by Ron Hill on April 7, 2003, at 16:59:52

In reply to Re: Cortisol and DHEA Balance, posted by jrbecker on April 7, 2003, at 16:09:26


Thank you for sharing your experience with DHEA and preg.

> Just to add further confusion to the debate, I have used both pregnenolone and DHEA as daily supplements for atypical symptoms. I find that pregnenolone is much more potent than DHEA at equal dosages. Not sure why, but perhaps it's because pregnenolone is not only used to manufacture DHEA but also produce cortisol. Since I'm an atypical case, I don't believe Preg has a damaging effect on my depression due to its cortisol connection.

So is it your belief that atypical depression (i.e.; low motivation, anhedonia, anergy, hypersomnia, etc) is not correlated with elevated levels of cortisol?

-- Ron




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