Pellet Therapy Benefits for Women
What are the many benefits of pellet therapy to women? BioTE® Medical offers wellness in the form of pellet therapy. The path to feeling better begins with exploring the benefits of pellet therapy. Learn more about pellets, the conditions they may be able to help lessen and how to get started today.
What is BHRT pellet therapy?
Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy or BHRT is the most natural way to overcome hormone deficiencies and hormone imbalances at any age. Bio-identical hormones have many benefits over conjugated hormones. These hormones are delivered to patients in the form of pellets. These pellets are placed just under the skin in an outpatient procedure with less than a week of recovery time before patients can return to their normal active lifestyles and exercise routines.
What are the benefits of BHRT pellets?
There are many benefits to BHRT pellets over traditional pellets. The first is that the hormones within BHRT pellets are bio-identical, meaning that they are structurally the same as naturally occurring human hormones. The second is that these hormones are found in nature and are plant derived. This implies that the hormones used in BHRT pellet therapy for women are more natural and may have fewer negative interactions within the body. Another benefit of pellet therapy is that the pellets remain within the body and consistently provide the dosing that the body requires. This contrasts with other hormone replacement therapy administrations in which the hormone is provided in spurts, such as pills and creams, resulting in a rollercoaster effect of relief to discomfort for the patient.
What are pellets?
Pellets contain bio-identical hormones custom compounded in a pharmacy within the United States. The quality of the hormones used for BioTE Medical pellets is extremely high and consistently tested in every batch.
What are the drawbacks of pellet therapy?
The only drawback of pellet therapy is that there may be an upfront cost associated with the treatment. This is because many insurance carriers do not cover BHRT pellet therapy. It is possible that insurance carriers do not provide coverage for BHRT because it is a natural treatment which cannot be patented and therefore cannot be approved by the FDA.
What are the conditions that may be able to be lessened in women through pellet therapy?
There are many conditions that may be able to be improved in women through pellet therapy. Studies have shown, improvements in menopause, depression, anxiety, low sex drive, osteoporosis, heart disease, PMS and many other conditions.