Diane Brzezinski, D.O. FACOI
The Testosterone Remedy You’ve Been Seeking
Get your testosterone levels back on track with hormone pellet therapy, a treatment that uses hormones pulled from natural plant sources to return your testosterone levels to normal. Though they can be as small as a grain of rice, hormone pellets release an all-natural form of testosterone into your bloodstream, which your body absorbs as needed. This makes it effective in treating the symptoms of low testosterone.
The number one benefit of pellet therapy is that it is a much more stable way to receive testosterone throughout the day than other methods of testosterone absorption. The time-release technology of the pellets delivers a consistent amount of testosterone to the bloodstream throughout the day, without any thought or planning on your part. Patients that are undergoing testosterone therapy but are using injections, creams, or pills, often experience a rollercoaster of side-effects due to the variables affecting the consistency of the testosterone amount administered via these methods. Pellet therapy can eliminate this issue.*
Undergoing hormone pellet therapy is a simple process. For it to work, hormone pellets are carefully inserted in the fatty tissues underneath your skin so that they can regulate testosterone just like the testicles do. After the procedure, the pellets will provide your body with sustained hormone levels for up to 6 months, and the process is so painless it can take place right in the office.*
*Results may vary from patient to patient.
Every part of your body runs better on healthy testosterone levels, meaning that the benefits of undergoing hormone pellet therapy can affect every area of your life, especially as you age.
Lowered Cardiovascular Risks: Doctors have long suspected a link between cardiovascular disease and low testosterone levels, meaning that supplementing your testosterone with hormone pellet therapy may reduce your risk of suffering heart problems in the future.
Higher Hemoglobin in Older Men With Anemia: Studies have shown that testosterone hormone treatments can increase the hemoglobin levels in older men, which reduces the rates of anemia and allows your body to absorb more iron.
Associated with Type 2 Diabetes Remission: A study has shown that men suffering from both type 2 diabetes and testosterone deficiency were more likely to experince a sustained remission of their diabetes after receiving testosterone replacement therapy.
Boosts Bone Density: Older men that receive testosterone treatments can experience increases in their volumetric trabecular bone mineral density, often reducing their risk of fractures.
Improved Quality of Life: Testosterone treatments can raise testosterone concentrations to healthy levels, causing improvements in mood, vitality and energy levels, and overall sexual function.
Testosterone replacement therapy for men is a treatment that involves replacing the testosterone that the body is not producing adequately. This therapy can help men who have low testosterone levels to improve their symptoms and overall quality of life.
Testosterone replacement therapy is often used to treat men with low testosterone levels, also known as hypogonadism. It can help improve symptoms such as low libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, and mood swings.
Testosterone replacement therapy can be administered in various forms, including injections, patches, gels, and pellets. The choice of the form of administration depends on individual preference and the doctor’s recommendation. Dr. B’s preferred method of treatment is Hormone Pellet Therapy
The duration of testosterone replacement therapy varies depending on the individual and the dosage administered. Typically, testosterone injections are given every two to four weeks, while patches, gels, and pellets may last for several months.
Benefits of testosterone replacement therapy may include improved energy, mood, and cognitive function, increased muscle mass and strength, and reduced symptoms of hypogonadism.
The risks associated with testosterone replacement therapy include acne, fluid retention, increased risk of prostate cancer, sleep apnea, and infertility. It’s important to discuss the potential risks and benefits of testosterone replacement therapy with your doctor before starting treatment.
If you are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone levels, such as fatigue, low libido, or erectile dysfunction, talk to Naples, Florida-based Dr. B today. She can perform a blood test to check your testosterone levels and determine if testosterone replacement therapy is a suitable treatment option for you.