What is hormonal therapy?Over the course of life, men and women lose essential hormones such as estrogen and testosterone. This affects their energy, emotions, skin, blood pressure, and libido. For 80 years, BioTE Medical has worked towards assisting patients affected by hormonal imbalances, including cancer patients, as well as numerous other men and women around the world.
benefits of hormonal therapy?BioTE injection can treat hormonal imbalance, which can improve your sleep, mood, exercise, energy, and libido. BHRT injections can replace the natural hormones made by the body. Whether you have hormonal issues due to aging or pregnancy, hormonal therapy can help you restore your best life. Best of all, with just the stick of a needle, our BioTE injection is virtually painless.
Quick, simple procedure
What Does Hormonal Therapy Treat?BioTE is primarily used for balancing hormones that decrease naturally with aging. Hormonal imbalance can cause low energy, weight gain, pain during sex and a loss of sexual desire. Hormonal therapy can help you get your life and confidence back. BioTE Hormone Replacement Therapy is an FDA-approved treatment that helps with:
- Faster weight loss
- Sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Muscle and bone mass
- Mood changes
- Lower mental capacity
Frequently asked questions
Is Hormonal Therapy safe?
Yes, BioTE (BHRT) injections and pellets are FDA-approved when using the lowest amount of hormones. Injections are performed by certified professionals. We use surgical-grade needles and pride ourselves on a clean and welcoming environment at Ô de Rose Med Spa.
How long does Hormonal Therapy take?
You’ll start to experience results 2-3 weeks after your first BioTE injection. You will benefit fully from the injection 8 weeks after. We will test your blood during your consultation to see if the hormones are right for you.
How long does Hormonal Therapy last?
BioTE injections usually last 3-4 months in women, and 4-5 months in men. We are happy to schedule an appointment in advance so you don’t have to worry about the next time you are due for another treatment.