Hiv And Dhea
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Harvard Medical SchoolDHEA has not been well studied for much of anything, and there certainly have been no drug interaction studies done at this point. However, I know of no reason why there would be a specific problem with interactions between DHEA and the drugs you... Read more »
Program for Wellness RestorationDehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands in men and women. The adrenal glands are located on top of the kidneys.DHEA is the most common steroid in humans. It can be transformed in the body into testosterone... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineDHEA is an interesting but unproven agent in HIV disease. In animals, DHEA actually causes weight loss, not gain. But its actual effects in people are still unknown.Most people do not experience toxicities, however. Muscle pain can be due to a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAm reading Dr Jon Kaiser's book at the moment 'Healing HIV' and he speaks at length about DHEA. Am now fascinated as this is something I have never heard of, and yet he sounds like he swears by it. I am in Australia and am not sure it is even... Read more »
Posted by Anonymousthe need for dhea in the production of DNA. click onto this site- www.naples.net "then click" dhea and aids (in the search box). lots to read about this and why low dhea can cause fat redisposition.
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Posted by AnonymousI have an adrenal deficiency in the DHEA hormone and am having trouble finding a doctor who is knowledgeable. I do not have HIV but I thought that the same kind of problem might exist in HIV. My immune system is overactive instead of underactive. ... Read more »
Posted by chris8178, 2 RepliesCould you tell me is it possilble to have hiv with out having antibodies produced post 6 months?
I had unprotected anal sex about 7 months ago and been having some major health (oral) issues.
I have seen a lot of doctors; 3 ents; 2 general docs; 1... Read more »
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