Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

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What is Hormone Replacement?

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) using BioTE hormone pellets is a treatment for many common and sometimes debilitating symptoms such as exhaustion, stress, foggy thinking, weight loss, sleep disturbances, and so much more.

What is Biote?

BioTE offers bio-identical hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. With more than 750,00 insertions performed in the company’s history, we’ve seen many lives changed with optimized hormones.BioTE pellets work better with the natural chemistry of the body because they most closely replicate the molecular structure of the hormones that naturally occur within the body.

FAQ

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  • What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Low Testosterone In Men?

    A low level of testosterone in a man means more than just a low sex drive or erectile dysfunction (ED). Symptoms consistent with low testosterone are:Low sex drive Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Chronic fatigue Loss of muscle mass Increased body fat (especially in the waist area) Decreased bone mass Mood changes Lower mental capacity Depression Irritability Brain Fog

  • What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Hormonal Imbalance In Women?

    There are a variety of symptoms from hormone imbalance in women including:Fatigue Night Sweats Hot flashes Decreased sex drive Weight gain Insomnia Irritability Anxiety Depression Cold hands and feetIf your menstrual cycle has stopped before menopause, or if you are experiencing this or any other symptom of menopause, you may have low estradiol. An increase in UTIs, depression or painful intercourse may also indicate low estradiol in women.

  • What Is Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy?

    Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) can come in oral, topical and pellet forms. BHRT has many advantages over other hormone therapies – most notably, the consistent administration of the hormone prevents the rollercoaster-like effects patients often experience with creams and pills.BioTE is hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. Pellets placed release bio-identical hormones that are tailored to your specific needs. We offer two kinds of pellets: both estradiol pellets and testosterone pellets.

  • Where Are Pellets Placed?

    BioTE pellets are inserted into the hip area during an in-office visit after testing has been done to determine the exact quantity of the hormone each patient requires.

  • How Long Do Pellets Last?

    Pellets last between 3 and 6 months depending on gender, weight, absorption rates and the amount of deficiency or surplus of hormones present within the patient at the time of administration.

  • How Often Do I Need Pellets?

    Pellets are reinserted between 2 and 4 times per year to help keep hormones optimized and balanced.

  • What Is The Primary Advantage To Bhrt Pellet Therapy?

    Pellet therapy differs from pills and creams in that it allows for consistent dosing throughout the day. Other administrations of hormones can create a rollercoaster effect for the user as the pills and creams do not release consistent amounts of the hormone throughout the day.

  • What Is The Advantage To Bio-identical Hormones Over Synthetic Hormones?

    It is said that bio-identical hormones, such as the ones used by BioTE Medical work better with the natural chemistry of the body because they most closely replicate the molecular structure of the hormones that naturally occur within the body.

  • What Are These Pellets Made Of?

    The pellets are derived from plants, not animals, which closely mimic the hormones naturally present within your body. Studies have shown that bio-identical hormone pellet therapy may offer you the most benefits.

  • Is There More Than One Type Of Pellet?

    Yes, there are two major pellet therapy types: Estrogen Pellets and Testosterone Pellets.

  • What Kind Of Pellets Are Offered?

    BioTE is bio-identical hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. We offer two kinds of pellets: both estradiol pellets and testosterone pellets.

  • What Are Estrogen Pellets?

    Estrogen pellets are small cylinders composed of estradiol, a form of estrogen. Estrogen pellets treat emotional, reproductive and non-reproductive symptoms. The most common administration for estrogen pellets is to treat the uncomfortable symptoms of aging in women though they can also be used as a preventative treatment of other conditions and to balance hormones of men and women at any age.

  • What Are Testosterone Pellets?

    Testosterone pellets are small cylinders made of custom compounded testosterone. The testosterone pellets can be used to treat a variety of conditions including emotional symptoms, reproductive symptoms and non-reproductive symptoms. There are also conditions that may be treated preventatively by testosterone pellets.

  • How Long Does A Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Pellet Take To Work?

    Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) begins to work within seven to ten days of your pellet insertion. Once a pellet is inserted into the gluteal area, a consistent dose of bio-identical (naturally derived) hormones enter the bloodstream.

  • How Soon Will I Experience Results?

    As each patient’s symptoms are unique, so is each patient’s path to hormone optimization. Most patients report some symptom resolution in as little as two to four weeks, but full optimization may take up to six months. Your journey will be customized to fit your specific needs. It takes more than one to two weeks for your hormones to get out of balance, so expect it to take time to resolve.

  • Why Bio-identical Pellet Therapy?

    Because it's easy! As a patient, you receive two to four pellet insertions per year. This way you don’t have to think about it, and the hormone is available when your body needs it.

  • How Can I Find Out If I Am A Candidate?

    Based on your comprehensive consultation and thorough blood work panel, our doctors will determine if you are a candidate for BioTE pellet therapy.If you are a candidate, we will schedule a quick follow-up appointment for your pellet therapy insertion.All you have to do is contact our offices to schedule your in-office visit with one of our medical providers to learn more.