Pregnenolone is a steroid hormone made from cholesterol. Our human body uses it to make estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. If an individual’s cholesterol is below 140, he or she may not be able to make enough pregnenolone to reach effective pregnenolone levels. The production of pregnenlone, as with the production of many other of the essential stress and sex hormones, decreases with age. By age 75, most people have had a 65% decline in circulating pregnenolone as compared to when they were age 35.
Function of Pregnenolone
Pregnenolone Used in Treatment
Elevated Pregnenolone Levels Can Cause the Following Symptoms:
Reasons for Low or Reduced Pregnenolone Levels
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