Testosterone Pellet Therapy

Testosterone Pellet Therapy

Successful hormone therapy, such as testosterone pellets, requires the right dose, timing and delivery method. One of the reasons that the majority of doctors don’t use T-pellets is because it takes intense individual training after residency, time and attention to each patient, her symptoms, and time for adjustments of dose. T-pellets are small, implanted under the skin, and release testosterone over a period of 3 to 4 months. A short and simple procedure is completed in our office and a steady amount of testosterone will be released into your body moving forward.

T- pellets are not prescribed like a regular medication and each person requires a different dose for maximum effectiveness. Dosing is based on the reduction of your symptoms and not just on your blood results. It is our job to help eliminate your symptoms and make you feel better! 

Around the age of 36-40 women may develop a deficiency in testosterone causing a host of symptoms to develop. Sadly, these symptoms have been commonly referred to as “aging” by most doctors, when it may be that your symptoms are directly related to the lack of free T in your blood circulation. At See Beyond it is our goal to help you live life at your optimal health and “age” in a vivacious and graceful manner.

Both pre- and post-menopausal women over 36 may experience the following symptoms of testosterone deficiency:

  • Sexual dysfunction-lack of libido or loss of orgasmic function
  • Anxiety, irritability, depression
  • Physical fatigue
  • Lack of the feeling of well-being
  • Poor cognition or memory loss
  • Insomnia or hot flashes
  • New onset of autoimmune diseases
  • Arthritis
  • Weight gain
  • Muscle loss
  • Physical weakness
  • Vaginal Dryness
  • Irritable Bladder
  • Migraine headaches
  • Osteoporosis
Do you have 3 or more of these symptoms? If so, you may need hormonal support which will provide you a more youthful body and mind, as well as preventing diseases of old age. Come in to See Beyond, or schedule a telehealth visit, and we will explain your options.