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    Posted October 23, 2008 by
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    Testosterone and Estrogen Hormone Pellet Implants Boost Vitality and Libido

     
    Natural Hormone Replacement with Pellet Implants Subcutaneous implantation of testosterone hormone pellets can increase sex drive, energy, focus, lean muscle tissue, drive, and decrease irritability in both men and women while subcutaneous implantation of estrogen hormone pellets relieves persistent menopausal symptoms in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. The result is an enhanced quality of life and sense of wellbeing. These rice grain sized pellets are bio-identical hormone pellets have been around since the late 1940's. They are making a come-back as more alternative and health-conscious minded adults are tired of "being tired" and who want more out of life. This anti-aging movement involving testosterone and growth hormone started in the 1990's and has been more recently been popularized by Suzanne Somers and Sylvester Stallone. Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) & Anti-aging Hormone Optimalization Starting from age 27 to 28, the hormones of both men and women begin to steadily decline and continue to decline as we age. However, these drops in hormones generally need an average of 5 to 15 years before an accumulative loss is marked enough for you to realize that you're not who you once were. A comprehensive lab (blood) work-up is first analyzed to reveal deficiencies in hormones that rob you of your energy, strength, vitality, libido, and health. Hormone pellet implants is a minimally invasive, lunch-time procedure that can dramatically affect your mood and physiology for approximately 4 months. Typical menopausal symptoms in women may include hot flashes, night sweats, weight gain, irritability, anxiety & depression, bloating, and loss of libido. Typical andropausal symptoms in men and women may include loss of drive and motivation, loss of libido, loss of strength & stamina, poor recovery, poor muscle tone & loss of lean muscle tissue, abdominal weight gain & increased fat, brain fog and a lack of mental clarity. Hormone treatments in the order of effectiveness can include topical creams, intramuscular injections, and subcutaneous implantation of testosterone and estrogen hormone pellets. The net result is the restoration of your quality of life, more independence, improved energy, increased strength & stamina, enhanced mental clarity & acuity, and improved cardiovascular morbidity factors because of the increased lean muscle and decreased fat tissue. However, hormone pellets may be superior to the creams and shots. Creams must be administered daily and since people forget, compliance and therefore treatment outcome is reduced. Testosterone shots must be administered weekly by the doctor. Approximately 30% of women will not tolerate the testosterone shots due to acne that may present. Pellets are better tolerated by both men and women and last approximately 4 months. This affords greater convenience, compliance, and freedom particularly for the patient who is has a busy schedule. Testimonials include: 1) 30-ish man said he was "more on his game, more level-headed, more mental clarity and decisiveness. I have more energy and strength. I have more drive and more focus with regard to my job, which really helps." 2) Wife of a 40-ish man said, "He's more attentive and patient. Our marital relations (libido) are improved as well." 3) 50-ish woman reported, "My night sweats and hot flashes are gone, and I have more energy." 4) 40-ish woman declared, "I have more strength and stamina during work and work-outs. My sex drive is now better than my husband's. Can you help him now?" Procedures performed by Dr. Kenneth McWilliams at Solaris Med Spa in Chandler, AZ. For more information, call 480-802-6617 or email at www.SolarisDentistryandMedical.com

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