If You or Your Pet Have Severe Allergies, Autoimmunity, or Cancer, has Your Excess Adrenal Estrogen Ever Been Measured?

Posted on July 5th, 2016

Excessive amounts of estrogen have been feared by the medical profession, for many years.

The only estrogen that is thought to occur in humans and in animals, are only three types of estrogen.

Those three types of estrogen, are estradiol, estrone, and estriole.

The majority of these estrogens come from the ovaries

A small amount for these same three estrogens, are also found in the skin, the brain and in the fatty tissue.

There is very little recognition, that large amounts of adrenal estrogen even, exist.

In the late 1940’s, a major human laboratory, decided that the only forms of estrogen that are produced in the humans and in the animals, are estradiol, estrone and estriole.

My clinical studies with female animals with their ovaries removed, and male animals, in 90,000 endocrine immune blood test for allergies, autoimmunity and cancer, that all patients had elevated amounts of adrenal estrogen, which when corrected, their diseases improved.

I was given the opportunity, by a number of human health care professionals, to have then do my endocrine immune blood test on their human patients and they all had elevated amounts, of adrenal estrogen.

These patients had the following diseases;

. Allergies

. Autoimmune diseases

. Cancer = All different kinds of cancer.

. MS

, Epstein Barr

. Fibromyalgia


. Chronic Lyme’s disease

. Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and many more.

I am sure there may be many other diseases that have occurred due to elevated adrenals estrogen.

How do you get these professionals to merely test elevated adrenal, estrogen?

Why are children developing cancer?

What is the level of adrenal estrogen with a child with Autism?

Whether autism or Alzheimer’s, why not at least, measure adre4nals estrogen.

It may not be involved, but I bet there is a good chance that it is,

If you or your child is suffering from any of these disease, why not at least, check!

What is the reason, why adrenal estrogen is produced in elevated amounts?

This happens, due to the production of a deficient or non-functional cortisol, from the middle layer adrenal cortex.

When this happens, the negative feedback mechanism to the hypothalamic-pituitary axis, will not recognize the amount, or type of cortisol that is being produced, and that cortisol cannot fund this negative feedback mechanism.

When this occurs, the hypothalamus continues to produce its hormone CRF, which causes the pituitary gland to produce its hormone, ACTH, which stimulates the middle layer adrenal cortex, to release more active cortisol.

Because the middle layer adrenal cortex is unable to produce proper amounts of regulatory cortisol, the inner layer adrenal cortex responds, as a direct feedback mechanism, and releases excessive amounts of adrenal estrogen and adrenal androgen.

When this occurs, the adrenal androgen can cause all kinds of problems like hirsutism, and the fatty tissue in the patient, with the enzymes aromatase, will convert the androgen, into more estrogen.

What does the elevated adrenal estrogen do?

. It causes inflammation of all the endothelial cells that line the arteries in the

  body. That should make you wonder about Alzheimer syndrome and other

  neurological disorders, like Parkinson, Dementia, Epilepsy and PMS

.  It causes the immune system to lose recognition of self-tissue, which allows for

   autoimmunity and uncontrolled tissue growth.

. It causes the production a Thyroid Binding Globulin (TBG) which will

   invalidates the use of thyroid hormones.

. It causes the B and T- lymphocytes, to no longer perform their duties and protect

   The patients with their function.

  • When the T-Lymphocyte is deregulated, the patient may develop chronic viral diseases, like HIV developing into AIDs, Chronic Viral Hepatitis, chronic fungal diseases like Candida etc.
  • When the B-Lymphocyte is deregulated, there will be no protection against chronic bacterial infections, and an inability to produce protective antibodies when a vaccine is given, and a reduction in its production of immunoglobulins (antibodies). When this occurs, the mucous membrane antibody, referred to as IgA will be deficient.
  • When the IgA in canines and felines is below 58mg/dL, replacement steroids and many other antibiotics and supplements will not be absorbed properly.

In humans, my studies have identified the fact that humans cannot absorb properly, if their IgA is less than 68 mg/dL

The purpose of this article, is to make you aware of the fact that adrenal estrogen does exist and it is a different estrogen then is recognized.

If you as a female human are postmenopausal, please never accept taking and estrogen supplement until after you have had your adrenal estrogen measured.

Your adrenal estrogen should be 40 or less, and if it is higher than that, taking an estrogen supplement will expose you to allergies, autoimmunity and cancer.

Never accept an estrogen patch, until you have measured your adrenal estrogen, first.

For those of you that might be interested in reading about some results with human patients, with an autoimmune diseases and cancer, please go to the internet with my name, and The Results of an International Convention with Dr. Plechner

You might also go to the internet and type in Cancer and Estrogen with my name.

You might also go to www.cancertudor.com and under Articles and Cancer, you will find my articles on Breast Cancer and Estrogen.

If you or your pet are suffering from allergies, autoimmunity or cancer, please have your health care professional measure adrenal estrogen.

In humans, this can be done as Total Estrogen, which LabCorp and Quest can do, including many other human laboratories.

The only veterinary laboratory that is equipped to do this, is National Veterinary Diagnostic Services.

Please have your adrenal estrogen always checked with any major disease, and never accept a normal cortisol, unless an adrenal estrogen has been performed.

These are only my thoughts and I hope they will help you and your pet, return to optimum health.


Dr. AL Plechner