Family Health: Hormone pellet implantation therapy for women

Family Health: Hormone pellet implantation therapy for women

WOMEN WHO ARE going through menopause or are post-menopausal often turn to hormone replacement therapy as a way to improve libido, regulate mood, and improve bone density, as well as treat the other symptoms associated with decreased estrogen production. While synthetic hormones are often used, pellet implantation therapy is an effective alternative.

WHAT IS HORMONE PELLET IMPLANTATION THERAPY?

Hormone pellet implantation therapy uses hormones and estrogen that are naturally derived from plant sources. The hormone-containing pellets, which are extremely small in nature, are placed in fatty tissues under the skin. The hormones are then released on a continual and sustained basis into the bloodstream. Hormone pellet implantation therapy is often called bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, as it replicates the body’s normal hormone levels.

BENEFITS OF HORMONE PELLET IMPLANTATION

Pellet implantation therapy can offer the following health benefits:

  • Improved sexual drive and performance
  • Decreased anxiety and depression
  • Maintenance of bone density
  • Improved incontinence
  • Relief from other menopausal symptoms (headaches, hot flashes, etc.)

LEARN MORE ABOUT PELLET IMPLANTATION THERAPY

If you’re dealing with the symptoms of menopause, hormone pellet implantation therapy may be the solution you’ve been looking for. If you’re interested, please schedule an exploratory appointment at Trinity Medical Group today. Our team can help you understand how pellet implantation can work to improve your symptoms. For further questions, or to make an appointment, call us today at (863) 646-4000.

This column is sponsored by Trinity Medical Group.

CREDIT

column by ADAM PARKER, DO

BIO: Adam Parker, DO, is a board-certified and licensed family practitioner in the state of Florida. He is also a licensed Doctor of Osteopathy — manipulative medicine and techniques that have been shown to improve treatment results for a range of problems when used in conjunction with traditional surgery and prescriptions. In addition to his work at Trinity Medical Center, Dr. Parker is a physician at Lakeland Regional and Bartow Regional hospitals.