My daughter is 15 years old, and she has high levels of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone). On the first test, it was 641, and 381 on the second test. She took her test when she had periods, normal testosterone, and thyroid antibodies. She always had a deep voice and body hairs on her chest and stomach. She was taking birth control pills two months ago because of her irregular periods. A routine blood test for being on birth control revealed the results above. Her cholesterol and lipids are high as well. She is not overweight, and she has a healthy diet. My concern is why there is a high level of DHEA sulfate and what does it mean?