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Pellet Therapy for Women

BioTE® Medical’s method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT, uses pellets, which are the preferred method of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). They contain bioidentical hormones compounded in quality-controlled facilities located in the U.S. Learn why pellet therapy has helped thousands of patients age healthier and live happier.

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What Is BHRT?

BHRT stands for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). What does that mean? Bioidentical refers to how molecularly similar the supplemental hormone is to the human hormone. People who lack certain hormones or who have too much of a certain hormone may benefit from BHRT.

What Are BHRT Pellets?

BHRT pellets are inserted subcutaneously in the upper buttocks. They are made of custom-compounded hormones and binders that hold them together. Every batch of hormones is tested for potency, sterility, and endotoxins, which ensures that BioTE providers’ patients are being provided the best possible therapy to expedite their journey towards optimal wellness.

What Is the BHRT Pellet Insertion Process Like?

The BHRT pellet insertion process is straightforward, fast, and simple. First, a patient finds a certified BioTE provider. If their provider is not listed, they may nominate them to become BioTE certified. They will then schedule an office visit to have their hormone levels tested. Based on a comprehensive consultation and extensive lab work, the provider will determine if the patient is a candidate for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) for women. Custom pellet therapy insertion will take place either during this appointment or during a quick follow up appointment.

How to Get Started With Pellet Therapy?

Getting started with pellet therapy for women is as easy as finding a provider and making an appointment! Simply check out our Find a Provider tool and search for a certified BioTE provider.

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.