Method Health Testosterone Pellet Therapy

(BHRT) Testosterone Pellet Therapy for Men and Women

Have you not felt your best for so long that you are not sure if it is possible to feel well again? Method provides Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy for men and women. Testosterone therapy for is not new. In fact, pellet therapy for has been around since the 1930s! Hormone replacement therapy by pellet implantation has been used with great success in the United States, Europe and Australia since 1938 and many physicians have discovered the ease and effectiveness of this delivery method for testosterone.

What is BHRT?

BHRT stands for Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy. Bioidentical refers to how chemically similar the supplemental hormone is to the human hormone in the body. This is in contrast to synthetic hormones which do not have this similarity. Other supplemental hormones such as the ones administered by conventional physicians are not Bioidentical. Bioidenticals are derived from plants while conjugated hormones are derived from animals. Hormone replacement therapy is the purpose of the Bioidentical hormones. People who lack hormones at certain consistent levels or who have too much of a certain hormone may benefit from BHRT.

What are BHRT Pellets?

BHRT pellets are made of custom compounded hormones and with natural binders. The hormones are compounded in the United States. Our pharmacies are licensed FDA outsourcing centers and are held to strict standards. Each batch of hormones is tested for consistency, purity and comes with our guarantee that our patients are being provided the best BHRT therapy to help their healing.

What are the benefits of BHRT Pellets?

Testosterone has been shown to increase muscle mass, bump up energy, relieve depression, increase sense of well-being, relieve anxiety, improve memory and improve concentration.

Testosterone pellets increase lean body mass (muscle strength, bone density) and decrease fat mass. Men need adequate levels of testosterone for optimal mental and physical health and for the prevention of chronic illnesses like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, which have been associated with low testosterone levels.

What is the BHRT Pellet procedure like?

Pellet implantation is a short, simple and painless. The insertion is a simple in-office procedure and is less painful than drawing blood. It requires just 1 cc lidocaine and an incision in the upper hip area, where the pellet is placed inside. No stitches are necessary and the incision is so small it can be closed up with a piece of tape. Implantation may sound a bit scary, but it is actually a simple procedure that takes only a few minutes.

What are the conditions that may be able to be lessened in Men through BHRT Pellet Therapy?

There are many conditions that may be able to be improved in men through pellet therapy. This includes andropause, depression, anxiety, low sex drive, osteoporosis, heart disease and many other conditions.

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