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Manufacturing hormone pellets to be bio-identical to your own body's hormones. They mostly come from extracts from natural sources, e.g., soy and yam. Using bioidentical hormones is reported to be effective in augmenting levels or replacing what a patient does not make. The hormone is implanted in the subcutaneous skin. It releases small, physiologic doses of hormones regulated by a patient's cardiac output to provide optimal therapy.
One of the reported advantages of hormone pellets over typical oral and transdermal creams or patch forms of therapy. Which produces “roller coaster” hormone levels resulting in mood and energy fluctuations for the patient.
Hormone Pellet Therapy is the only method of hormone replacement therapy that provides sustained hormone levels throughout the day for up to 3 to 6 months without any “roller coaster” effect. The pellets have a physiologic pulsatile dosing effect. It parallels the patients' needs based on cardiac output and demands.
For instance, during exercise, there is a more significant release of the hormone from the pellet. Very similar to what a person's body would have done naturally from ovaries, adrenals, and testicles.
The pellets' compounds consist of estrogen or testosterone from a plant source, e.g., soy or yam. We do this simple, pain-free procedure in the office under local anesthesia. These pellets are about the size of a grain of rice or "tic-tac." They are placed in the fatty tissue underneath the skin around the buttock, hip, or abdominal area through a small incision that requires no sutures or stitches. It just closed with butterfly-style bandages.
Humans have been using pellets Since the late 1930s. More data supports the use of pellets than any other method of delivery of hormones. Pellets are not patented and not marketed in the United States. Different areas, such as Europe and Australia, frequently use it. Pharmaceutical companies manufacture hormone pellets.
Most of the research on pellets is out of:
Some of the most exciting data on hormone implants in breast cancer patients are out of the United States. Showing a reduction in breast cancer incidence in patients taking testosterone pellets.
Comp pellets are far superior in studies and routine patient reporting compared to conventional hormone replacement therapy.
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