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Bioidentical Hormone Pellet Therapy For Woman

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What is Bioidentical Hormone Pellet Therapy?

Once the decision is made to use hormone therapy, there comes another decision: Which method is the best fit for you? For some women, hormone pellet therapy will be considered a superior method of hormone delivery. With this unique system, 2-3 small pellets consisting of testosterone, each about the size of a grain of rice, are inserted beneath the skin, into the fatty tissue of the hip, and the pure hormone is delivered gradually, directly into the bloodstream. The simple in-office procedure takes only a few minutes, first with numbing of the skin, and one tiny incision that only requires a small steri strip, no stitches.

The subcutaneous pellets act as a reservoir of hormones, allowing the body to receive a consistent dose throughout the day and night. The pellets gradually absorb until they are completely dissolved, leaving no residue. Typically, a woman will find that pellets will control symptoms for 3-5 months. Because of the efficient and gradual delivery system of the hormone pellets, side effects are less likely than with oral or injectable hormones, and there is less incidence of issues related to poor absorption, sometimes problematic with hormone creams, gels, or patches.

Testosterone Pellet Therapy

Testosterone is a vital hormone in women, eliciting physiologic effects through androgen receptors in almost all female body tissues, including breast, heart, blood vessels, intestines, lungs, brain, spinal cord, nerves, bladder, uterus, ovaries, endocrine glands, vaginal tissue, skin, bone, joints, and fatty tissue.  In a woman’s body, production of testosterone peaks in her mid-20s and begins to steadily decline, down to about 50% by age 40. This is when a woman will often present with complaints such as increased abdominal fat, hair loss, fatigue, brain fog, loss of sex drive, reduced orgasm, anxiety, irritability, depression, headaches, and general lack of well-being. Most women attribute these symptoms to a natural diminishment of vitality with aging. But, recognizing these symptoms is signaling something about our bodies, and paying attention to hormone health can improve our health and quality of life as we age.

Testosterone replacement therapy for symptomatic women has the potential to improve mood, libido, orgasm, energy level, and feeling of well-being.

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What are Risks and Side Effects of Hormone Pellet Therapy for Women?

Hormone pellet insertion is a low-risk procedure. A small percentage of women may experience a procedure-related issue, such as infection, bleeding under the skin, or transient discomfort. Below is a discussion of potential risks and side effects related to the hormones of which pellets are composed.

Testosterone pellet therapy is well tolerated; the majority of women report no side effects. A small number experience facial hair or acne, both of which can be managed by reducing the dose, or another specific solution. Often, the women who experience these side effects prefer to manage the issue rather than reduce their dose, a fact that reveals their satisfaction with the therapeutic benefits received from testosterone therapy.

Consultation and Evaluation for Hormone Pellet Therapy

Completion of the Female Hormone Pellet Therapy Consultation will involve full symptom discussion and evaluation, a panel of laboratories for baseline hormone levels plus other indicated labs. Hormone Pellets may be inserted during the second visit after a discussion of lab and ultrasound results.

Fee for Hormone Pellet Therapy for Women

The consultation fee for the first visit and ordering labs is $125.00. The fee for female hormone pellet therapy (including the procedure and the pellets themselves) is $275.00. When one considers the amount that may be saved on medications for sleep, depression, anxiety, elevated cholesterol, diabetes, and osteoporosis, plus benefits to quality of life, relationships, and job performance, the cost of pellet therapy is well worth it.