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Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) With Pellets

When it comes to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) pellets, the BioTE® method of pellet therapy is the preferred choice among physicians. When a patient decides to start the BioTE method of pellet therapy, they may receive as few as two subcutaneous pellet insertions per year—and any needed hormone will be readily available when the body requires it. The BHRT pellets that certified BioTE providers use may allow for the natural administration of the necessary hormones.

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Feel Happier and Healthier With Bioidentical Hormone Pellets

Age healthier, live happier with the BioTE method. Using our subcutaneous pellet approach to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, some patients report feeling symptom relief in as little as four weeks, but complete symptom relief may take up to six months. Certified BioTE providers customize each dose of pellet therapy to the patient’s needs. The BHRT pellets that certified BioTE providers use are made to replicate the hormones men and women lose as they age. Contact a certified BioTE provider to learn more.

Hormone Replacement Pellets May Balance Hormones And Relieve Symptoms

Our research has shown that the BioTE method of pellet therapy has helped thousands of people feel their best and achieve hormonal balance. BioTE method uses bioidentical hormone pellets which contain bioidentical testosterone or estrogen. The pellets are placed subcutaneously in the body and release a continuous stream of bioidentical hormones. Hormone replacement pellets dissolve and are absorbed into the body. With more than 1.7 million pellet insertions in our company’s history, our certified BioTE providers customize each dose based on extensive lab work. 

Contact a local certified BioTE provider today to learn more about how BHRT pellets can help people age healthier and live happier.

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Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.