Can DHEA Help me Get Pregnant?

Can DHEA Help me Get Pregnant?

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DHEA, also known as dehydroepiandrosterone, is a hormone created by the human body that helps with many conditions. Scientists now think that DHEA can help women improve their fertility and get pregnant. Studies suggest that women who take DHEA supplements can improve their fertility, particularly if they are already being treated for infertility. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

DHEA can improve egg health, increased embryo counts, improved fertility treatment results, and decreased miscarriage rates. It is very important that women who receive DHEA treatments are closely monitored by a doctor throughout their treatments. This is because DHEA can also increase testosterone levels in women, and if women already have normal levels of testosterone, their levels can increase to dangerous levels that can stop them from ovulating. Doctors will need to check a woman’s hormone levels to make sure that she really does need hormone treatments.

Giving hormone treatments when they are not needed can be very damaging to a woman’s fertility and her overall health so keep that in mind and definitely do not try to self medicate when it comes to hormone therapy. Doctors will continue to monitor a woman’s hormone levels throughout the treatment period to ensure that levels are remaining at the right place. Ask your doctor if you think that DHEA treatments might benefit you in your fertility journey.

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Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)