What You Don’t Know About Hormone Pellets

Carolyn Zaumeyer

Nurse Practitioner

LowTE Florida

4540 N. Federal Highway

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308



There is so much misinformation around hormone therapy which unfortunately creates unnecessary fear. Many patients have been told hormones are bad and can cause cancer, heart disease, or blood clots, which is just not true.

The good news is that Bio-Identical Hormones are not the “bad” hormones and have been shown to safely bring symptom relief and be an excellent preventative care tool. Men and women both are great candidates for Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and should not run from it! Our bodies go through hormonal changes and, because of that, can have symptoms that can be life-altering, such as depression, anxiety, loss of interest in the things we once loved, sleep issues, joint pain, inability to gain muscle, inability to lose weight, and low libido.

Pellet therapy is not new; hormone pellets have been used with great success in the United States, Europe, and Australia since 1939. More than 80 years of research have illustrated the benefits and safety of pellet implants for administering hormones to both women and men.

Our pellet therapy uses bio-identical, all-natural estrogen and testosterone, delivered by tiny pellets inserted just under the skin. Over the next several months, the pellets release the hormones and are eventually absorbed completely.

Our pellets are made from the highest quality plant based materials. Pellets deliver constant levels of hormone replacement for months at a time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This prevents the roller-coaster ride of the other modes of delivery (pills, shots, patches, gels, creams, etc.).

Through precise testing and proper consultation, the most accurate dose is prescribed for each patient. At LowTE Florida® we provide individualized treatment based on your biochemistry and your medical history – grounded in science, not guesswork. Call today to schedule your FREE Consultation with Bio-Identical Hormone Expert, Carolyn Zaumeyer, MSN, APRN 954-791-4498.

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