Fatigue, mood swings, and difficulty coping with stress may result
from low levels of pregnenolone, a precursor to hormones like estrogen,
testosterone, and cortisol. These symptoms are often associated with conditions
such as adrenal fatigue or hormonal imbalances. Although elevated pregnenolone
levels are less common, their specific symptoms are not well-documented.
Monitoring pregnenolone levels is essential for diagnosing hormonal imbalances.
Treatment typically involves addressing underlying causes, which may include
lifestyle adjustments, stress management, or hormonal therapies, depending on
the specific condition.