2. What Blood Test Is Required Before the Insertion?
3. What Happens During the In-Office Insertion?
4. What Happens During the Week Following the Insertion?
After pellet insertion, it’s best to eliminate lower body exercise. Walking should be fine, but extraneous activity is not recommended. Swimming, hot tubs, and bathtubs are to be avoided; however, showers are permitted. After removal of the bandage, normal activity may resume.
5. How Often Is Pellet Insertion Necessary?
6. What Happens to Pellets After Insertion?
7. What Is Estrogen?
8. How Do Estrogen Levels Change as We Age?
9. What Is BHRT?
10. What Health Concerns May Estrogen Pellets Be Able to Relieve?
11. What Is Pellet Therapy?
BioTE® provides training on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. We offer training on two kinds of pellets: both estradiol and testosterone pellets. These pellets are inserted into the upper buttocks area during an in-office visit, after testing has been done to determine the exact quantity of the hormone the patient requires. Every dose is custom created based on a consultation and extensive lab work to ensure that a patient receives the exact concentration of hormones needed.
12. How Long Do Pellets Last?
13. What Is the Advantage of Bioidentical Hormones?
14. Is There More Than One Type of Pellet?
15. What Are Estrogen Pellets?
Estrogen pellets are small cylinders that are custom compounded and composed of estradiol, a form of estrogen. Estrogen pellets may relieve emotional, reproductive, and non-reproductive symptoms. The most common administration for estrogen pellets is to address the uncomfortable symptoms of aging in women.
16. What Is Testosterone?
17. What Are Testosterone Pellets?
18. What Health Concerns May Testosterone Pellets Relieve?
19. Who Is BioTE®?