Natural Based Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy
Hormone Therapy Could Help You Reinvigorate Your Life.
Why Natural Hormone Therapy?
Because it’s easy! As a patient, you are pelleted 2-4 times per year. This way you don’t have to think about it and the hormone is present when your body needs it.
What is Natural Based Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy?
Natural Based Hormone Replacement Therapy can come in oral, topical and pellet forms. NBHRT is a much better design of hormone replacement. Pellets have benefits over the other administrations of hormone therapies, primarily that the steady administration of the hormone prevents rollercoaster dosing that comes from creams and pills.
Pellets are very small, custom compounded therapies for signs that stem from hormonal imbalances. This therapy keeps hormone levels consistent throughout the day and avoids rollercoaster-like properties from orally administered or topically administered hormones. Pellets are produced from only natural based ingredients and contain no povidone. The pellets contain hormones identical to the ones found in the human body. Studies have shown bio-identical hormones have fewer side effects than synthetic hormones.
How long does a Natural Based Hormone Replacement Pellet take to work?
Each patient’s signs are unique and each patient’s routes to optimization is unique. Most patients report some symptom resolution in as little as two to four weeks, but full optimization may take up to 6 months. Your journey will be specialized to fit your specific needs. Just as it doesn’t take you 1-2 weeks to get out of balance, it doesn’t resolve that quickly either.
Natural Hormone Pellets can help you alleviate a wide range of hormonal imbalance symptoms including:
Synthetic Hormone Replacement Therapy
Conventional, synthetic hormones do not structurally match the hormones produced by the human body. Synthetic hormones contain tiny molecular differences that cause the body to recognize them as foreign substances. For this reason, synthetic estrogen-replacement drugs increase the risk of several potentially fatal diseases, especially when combined with progestin, the synthetic form of progesterone. Synthetic hormones tend to be at the root of many HRT side effects.
In 2002, a large-scale study known as the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) revealed that postmenopausal women who used a combination of synthetic estrogen and progestin had a higher risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke, and blood clots. In response to this alarming news, many doctors immediately recommended that patients stop synthetic HRT. The following year, statistics revealed that breast cancer rates overall dropped about 7 percent and estrogen-sensitive breast cancers (which are more likely to occur when estrogen levels are high) among women ages 50 to 69 fell 12 percent.