Low T Therapy: Understanding Biote Pellets

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Both men and women have a chemical in their body known as testosterone. This hormone regulates factors such as our sex drive. It plays a much bigger role in men as this is the dominant sex hormone for men (estrogen for women). The point is that it is really important to a person’s overall happiness and balance in life. Here at Rejuvenation Laser Med Spa & Weight Loss, we encourage you to learn more about low T therapy.

Symptoms of Low T

Someone who has low T is likely to notice the symptoms of it rather quickly. What they may not be able to do is make the connection between the symptoms they are feeling and the fact that they have low T. The symptoms to note with this condition are as follows:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of sex drive
  • Loss of interest in hobbies

Biote Hormone Pellets as Low T Therapy

One treatment option worth considering as a treatment for low T is what is known as biote hormone pellets. These are testosterone pellets a doctor will implant under your skin. These pellets are about the size of a single grain of rice; this helps ensure your comfort throughout the process. With this form of low T therapy, the pellet will release extra testosterone into the body of someone who is suffering from low levels of it. That little pellet can help bring hormonal balance back to a patient’s body with incredible efficiency. That is critical because no one wants to wait longer than necessary without the right amount of testosterone in their bloodstream. The results of this can impact your entire life in so many ways.

Scheduling An Appointment

We are here to help as many people as possible find the help and relief that they need. We strongly encourage anyone who is suffering from low T to make an appointment with Rejuvenation Laser Med Spa & Weight Loss. At our convenient locations in Houston, Pasadena, and Webster, our caring and dedicated team of professionals will be pleased to explain low T therapy in full and answer any questions you may have. Contact us today to set up your consultation – we look forward to speaking with you!

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