BioTE Hormone Therapy
BioTE Pellet therapy utilizes natural hormones from plant sources in order to replicate the body’s regulated hormone levels.
What is BioTE Hormone Therapy?
BioTE Hormone Therapy
At A Glance
Treatment every 3-6 months
RISKS & COMPLICATIONS
DURATION OF RESULTS
What Can BioTE Treat?
Reviews From Past Clients
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT, is a form of hormone therapy that has existed in the U.S. for many decades and uses hormones that are structurally similar to those found within the human body.
Bioidentical hormones, such as the ones used in BioTE Hormone Therapy, work with the body’s chemistry because they closely replicate the molecular structure of the hormones that normally occur within the body.
Pellet Therapy is a bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. These pellets are inserted into the upper buttocks area during an in-office visit after testing is done to determine the exact quantity of the hormone the patient requires. Every dose is customized based on a consultation and extensive lab work to ensure a patient receives the exact concentration of hormones needed.
Bioidentical hormones, such as the ones used by SKYN Lab, work with the chemistry of the body because they replicate the molecular structure of the hormones that normally occur within the body.
No fasting is required in advance of the insertion.
We help guide patients through the entire bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) process. We understand that seeking medical care can be intimidating or overwhelming, but SKYN Lab’s method is simple and easy. We determine if patients are eligible for BHRT after an in office consultation appointment and extensive lab work. If the patient is a candidate for BHRT using pellets, they are ready for a pellet insertion.
During an in-office visit, a patient is brought into the exam room, and the insertion site, usually somewhere around the upper buttocks, is numbed. A small incision is made and the hormone pellet is inserted. Afterward, the insertion site is covered with a small bandage. The pellet dissolves and the body absorbs the contents, leaving nothing behind. Every patient’s symptoms are unique, so each journey is customized to fit their needs. Some patients report seeing improvement in as little as four weeks, but full optimization can take up to six months. Many patients report feeling the benefits after the second insertion.
After the pellet-insertion process is complete, it’s best to abstain from lower body exercise for a short period of time. Walking is fine, but more strenuous exercise is not recommended. Showers are permitted, but bathtubs, hot tubs, and swimming should be avoided. After the bandage is removed, you can resume normal exercise and routines.
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