Do you find yourself feeling more tired and irritable as you grow older? It is possible that these changes in mood and behavior could be caused by a hormonal imbalance. Hormone pellet therapy can help restore your hormone levels to normal without the need for oral medication, injections, or creams.
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What is Hormone Pellet Therapy?
Hormone pellet therapy takes the cutting-edge science of bio-identical hormone therapy and transforms it into an effortless treatment that only needs to be repeated only once every 3-6 months. On their own, bio-identical hormones offer patients an excellent alternative to traditional hormone replacement therapy. But when delivered in the form of slow-release pellets, bio-identical hormone pellet therapy gives patients safe, effective hormone replacement without the need for daily supplements, injections, or creams.
What are the Benefits of Hormone Pellet Therapy?
Hormone imbalance is a nearly inevitable reality that affects both women and men as they age. People with hormones that are out of balance often feel more tired and unhappy than their healthy peers.
Fortunately, bio-identical hormones offer these patients an effective way to replace diminished hormones without adverse side effects. Bio-identical hormones distinguish themselves from traditional hormone therapy because they are scientifically engineered to act as your own hormones. They are chemically identical to the hormones already present in your body, so they are more less likely to be rejected. And unlike typical bio-identical hormone therapy treatments, pellet therapy ensures that you never miss a hormone dose.
With hormone pellet therapy, patients can enjoy the benefits of:
- Increased libido
- Increased metabolism
- Better, more restful sleep
- Reduced vaginal dryness
- Less frequent headaches and migraines
What can I Expect from Hormone Pellet Therapy?
Hormone pellet therapy is a quick, easy, and consistent alternative to traditional hormone replacement therapy. After your hormone levels and adverse symptoms have been considered and we have assessed the hormones that you need, a prepared, slow release pellet containing these hormones is inserted under the skin in a quick procedure that typically takes no longer than five minutes. While some patients report feeling the results of this treatment within a week of receiving their first pellet, most experience significant changes in their mood and energy levels within a month. After a patient has received their first hormone pellet, we will routinely monitor their hormone levels to see if any adjustments need to be made. This happens 4-6 months after treatment for men and 6-8 months after treatment for women.
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If you suspect you have a hormone imbalance, don’t hesitate: contact Medical Aesthetics of New England today. We’re proud to serve patients in the Boston and Worcester areas.