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Hormone Pellets: Everything You Need To Know

By September 8, 2021No Comments

The hormone is one of the most important chemicals in your body, and it has a role in almost every part of your life. As you age, the levels of hormones drop, resulting in slowing down all of the processes in your body. Hormone therapy such as hormone pellets can provide the treatment you need to stay young and healthy.

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What Are Hormone Pellets?

Hormone pellets therapy is injecting a certain number of pellets the size of a grain of rice into the fatty tissue beneath your skin. These tiny pellets contain hormones that closely resemble the hormones already present in your body.

Using hormones derived from natural plants, Hormone Pellet Therapy mimics the body’s natural hormone levels. Subcutaneous implants that deliver small amounts of hormone into the body on a regular basis help keep hormone levels in check.

So, whether you are physically active, under stress, or engage in other activities that elevate your heart rate, your body will produce hormones, just as it would normally if your hormones were in balance.

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How Long Does It Take for Hormone Pellets to Work?

During hormone pellet therapy, the pellets are progressively absorbed by the skin, and the necessary hormones enter the body. Patients generally report some improvement in their symptoms after two or three weeks, with the effects getting stronger with time. The full effects of therapy may not be apparent for eight weeks.

While your therapy is ongoing, we will closely evaluate your progress and make any required modifications to the hormone dosage. Following that, fresh pellets may be added every few months.


What Is the Dosage of Hormone Pellets?

The recommended dose for androgens varies based on the patient’s age, illness, and personal condition. The dosage is modified based on the patient’s response and the emergence of adverse effects. The testosterone pellets dose for replacement treatment in androgen-deficient guys is 150mg to 450mg subcutaneously every 3 to 6 months.

Several dosage regimens have been used to promote pubertal changes in hypogonadal males; some experts recommended smaller dosages at first, gradually increasing the dose as puberty progressed, with or without a reduction in maintenance levels.

Additionally, both the chronological and skeletal ages must be considered when establishing the starting dose and increasing the amount.


Who Are the Hormone Pellets For?

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This Bio-identical pellet therapy (BHRT) from YM is suitable for both women and men who want to optimize themselves and get healthier. You will start a consultation with our experienced practitioner to spend time listening and answering all of your health concerns that you may have.

To have a better look at your medical condition, a series of testing including blood work, will be conducted to find out the most optimized solution for your hormone problems.

BHRT or hormone pellets are effective against conditions caused by hormone deficiencies or imbalances such as:

  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Hot flashes
  • Lack of concentration
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Hair loss
  • Low libido
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Loss of energy
  • Loss of memory
  • Weight gain
  • Other symptoms are usually attributed to menopause and andropause.


Men and women can all suffer from the impact of hormone imbalances, especially during their 30’s and into their 40’s and 50’s.


Are There Any Risks for Hormone Pellets?

Hormone treatment, often known as hormone replacement therapy, has been found to have risks for women (HRT). Increased risk of blood clots, stroke, and gallbladder problems are all possible side effects. Age and prolonged hormone treatment usage in elderly women may further raise the risk of heart disease and breast cancer risk.

However, according to many doctors, BHRT is a lot safer and less risky than other treatments.

Nevertheless, for any kind of therapy, or treatment, the best thing you can do is be prepared and be thorough. Talk to your medical professional first before starting any of them. The hormone experts at YM are here to help. Founder, Larry Siegel, NP, is a SottoPelle certified provider and specializes in hormone therapy will answer all of your needs and concerns to help you reach your health goals in the most optimized way.


Get SAFE, EFFECTIVE, and CUTTING-EDGE therapies for health optimization at YM. Contact us to schedule your FREE consultation at our four offices in Florida, Ocala, Fruitland Park, and Daytona. 2020 is DONE. Let’s SLAY 2021!


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