What are Hormone Pellets?
Hormone replacement using pellet implants has been practiced for more than 70 years. Scientific research on the benefits of this therapy has been published in authoritative international journals for decades. Bio-identical pellet therapy was originally developed in Europe during the 1930’s. It proved an excellent treatment for hormone deficiencies, especially in menopause. The highly-respected pioneer of endocrinology, Dr. Robert B. Greenblatt, learned about this method and introduced it to his U.S. colleagues in 1939. Today, practitioners use pellet implants to restore hormonal balance in men and women of all ages. Best of all, they are natural, safe, and effective.
Pellet Implants: Safe, effective, convenient BHRT
When properly administered, the hormone pellet delivery system provides safe and effective Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Pellet therapy remains the only form of delivery that closely mirrors what the human ovaries and testicles do. This method ensures the same steady, around-the-clock, low dosages the body once created. Because it is an implanted pellet,you won’t have to change patches, rub on creams, or remember to take a pill. And you won’t experience the radical surges and drops in blood levels as with other methods. Pellet implants even deliver more when the body needs it – such as during exercise or periods of stress.
Pellet Implants: The ideal hormone delivery system
Right Amount of Hormones Creams, pills and patches all deliver inconsistent amounts of hormones unnaturally released into the body in a manner that does not mimic how the body naturally delivers hormones. Pellet delivery system is consistent and ongoing as the body requires it. You don’t have to worry about taking a pill or a patch falling off. Pellets remain the only delivery system that provides steady blood serum levels over time. Simple & Safe Pellet Insertion once inserted, a steady, low dose of natural hormone flows directly into the blood stream whenever the body needs it. This gives the body the ability to control the release of the hormone just as it did when the ovaries and testicles were working normally.