If you wish to know more about hormone pellet therapy, the following frequently asked questions will give you more information:
What is pellet therapy? ×
Pellet therapy is a type of hormone therapy that involves inserting grain-sized pellets underneath the skin to release the needed amount of hormones by the body.
How does pellet therapy differ from other forms of hormone replacement therapy? ×
It uses pellets that are inserted under the skin in the fatty tissue area every 3 to 4 months. They slowly and continually release hormones to the body.
Why does pellet therapy work better than oral hormone therapy? ×
Patients feel a boost in their energy, mood, and libido. The release of hormones is more controlled and released over time.
How are the pellets inserted? ×
The skin is numbed with a local anesthetic and a small incision will be made where the pellet will be inserted. The entire procedure may last 10 to 15 minutes and normal activities can be resumed immediately.
Hormone pellet therapy is an effective form of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. You don’t have to worry about daily dosing and still be assured of optimized hormone levels. If you want to know more about this treatment option, feel free to call the biostation now!
The optimal solution for bioidentical hormone therapy replacement
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can be delivered in many forms. There are creams, gels and injections, but popular culture and our busy lifestyles have demanded another option, one that frees men and women from the hassles of daily dosing, optimizes hormone levels and minimizes side effects. This treatment solution is known as pellet therapy and though it may seem like a novel concept, it’s actually been around as long as bioidentical hormone therapy itself. Pellet therapy dates back to the 1930s—but only rose to popularity in recent years as on-the-go lifestyles have increased demand. Discover why pellet therapy is a preferred treatment option for many men and women seeking bioidentical hormone therapy.