Dhea Cream is a prescription medication that is often given to older women who want to increase breast size. This study claims to research the short term effect of 0.3 % DHEA cream being administered twice a day for twelve months. Through the research several clinical and biological parameters will be tested. What are the results of this study?

The title of the article may lead one to think that DHEA can have a profound effect on increasing bust size, but it doesn’t say anything about the effects on reducing stretch marks. It’s just like anything else. You get what you pay for. In this case you’re going to pay three hundred dollars for each bottle. It’s really just an inexpensive way to increase breast volume and firmness over the course of twelve months.
DHEA has been approved by the FDA to treat postmenopausal and premenopausal women who experience menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia, moodiness and other irritable conditions. Some women also report that DHEA can help them deal with menopause. However, there have been no reports of any adverse reactions from using DHEA twice daily.
There are two common forms of DHEA: conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DSA). For the purposes of this study, a group of postmenopausal women with menopausal symptoms were randomly assigned to use one of these two forms of DHEA: conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) or dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DSA). A health care provider familiar with estrogen replacement therapy would be consulted in cases of negative reactions between these two forms of DHEA. A report would then be written to the investigators.
Among the many health concerns of postmenopausal women is vaginal dryness. Women who experienced this problem in the past may find it more problematic now that their bodies are going through the menopause. One way to relieve vaginal dryness is to use a cream that contains docosanol. Docosanol is a natural ingredient found mostly in raw sugar cane. It has been found to be an effective moisturizer and sensitizer and may be useful for women who are experiencing vaginal dryness as a result of the DHEA therapy.
One of the concerns of using supplements containing DHEA is the possibility of harmful or undesirable side effects. While there were no reports of serious side effects among the women in the study, there may be some minor side effects that may not subside over time. Vaginal dryness may increase with continued use of the DHEA-containing cream. This is a reasonable concern that needs to be addressed in the future.