Bioidentical Hormone Replacement
The pellets are implanted on the posterior hip with a quick and painless procedure. A capillary bed builds around the pellets and the hormones get directly in the bloodstream, helping to alleviate your symptoms quickly.
Benefits of BHRT Pellet Therapy include:
- Relief from hot flashes
- More stable moods
- Better sleep
- Better sex drive
- Mental clarity
- Manage weight
- Increased bone density
- Better heart health
- Improved relationsips
Before your inital consultation, we require labs to be drawn to ensure you are in good health prior to beginning the treatment. Labs must be drawn two weeks before your inital consultation to make sure all labs come back by your appointment.
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Why would I need Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Men’s testosterone drops 1-3% a year after age 35. Symptoms for men are similar to women; but also include erectile dysfunction, lack of motivation, & the inability to maintain muscle mass. Women’s hormones start to fluctuate in their mid-30’s as well.This is called perimenopause, which is followed by menopause. Hormonal deficiency in women can cause anxiety, low libido, weight gain, moodiness, hot flashes, and night sweats. These can be alleviated, as well as long-term benefits such as heart health, increased bone density and mental sharpness.
How will I feel after pellet therapy?
Pellets are well-tolerated by most patients. But, as with any medical treatment, hormone pellets may have side effects. However, these are typically mild, transient, and related to the insertion process.
How are hormone pellets administered?
For most patients, the implantation process is painless. However, some may experience side effects such as bruising, swelling, soreness, or redness at the incision site. There is also a small risk of infection any time an incision is made. However, major complications from hormone pellet insertion are exceedingly rare.