Pellet Hormone Replacement Therapy

Pellet Hormone Replacement Therapy for MEN and WOMEN!!!

No more weekly injections!!!

Are you experiencing any of the following?

  •  Loss of muscle mass/ muscular strength
  •  Loss of energy / fatigue
  •  Increased abdominal / visceral fat deposition
  • Depression / Anxiety / Irritability / Moodiness
  •  Low sex drive
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Difficulties with concentration and memory
  • Decreased Sense of Well-being   

  Low T” and Medical Issues

Some of the issues that could present are:

  •    Obesity
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Insulin Resistance and Diabetes
  • Heart Disease – Hypertension
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Osteoporosis
  •  Depression
  •  Erectile Dysfunction
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Increased Mortality

What are some of the benefits of testosterone Therapy?

 Testosterone Improves Metabolic Syndrome

  •     Reduces Cholesterol, fasting blood glucose, hemoglobin A1C, insulin resistance and visceral adiposity
  • Increases sexual desire, erectile and orgasmic function
  • Increased lean body mass
  • Decreases fat mass
  •  Improves bone density
  • Improvement in mood and energy
  • Healthier sleep patterns

A simple way to describe hormone imbalance is that it represents any combination of hormone levels that are not within the expected normal range. Because hormones are kept within a certain range to perform specific functions, hormone imbalance can be associated with a variety of symptoms and functional changes in the body.

Hormone imbalance in men and women differs because of the hormones involved and the function of the hormones that are not within the normal range or not functioning properly.

What are Testosterone or Estradiol Pellets?

Pellets are bioidentical hormones compressed into a small pellet.
They’re placed in the subcutaneous space through a small skin incision usually
in the hip. Pellets may contain estradiol, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, or
pregnenolone. The size of the pellets vary and is dosing dependent. The onset
of action is an immediate release. Clinical response is approx 2 weeks after
the insertion. The typical duration of medication release is between 4-6

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