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Testosterone Replacement
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Revive your youthful vigor with our hormone replacement therapy, Improve mood and energy, ​improve libido and sexual performance

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TESTOSTERONE PELLETS

FOR MEN AND WOMEN

No preservatives, binders or fillers 99.5% pure testosterone

Watch Dr. Ferro from Juventis & BodyScience talk about Testosterone Pellets
Do you need Testosterone?
Are you a candidate?
What is the procedure?
​Advantages of Pellets
​Does testosterone revert aging?

What is testosterone?

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced primarily in the testicles for men and the ovaries and adrenal glands for women. This hormone is essential to the development of male growth and masculine characteristics. For women, testosterone comes in much smaller amounts. Testosterone production increases about 30 times more during adolescence and early adulthood. After early adulthood, it’s natural for levels to drop slightly each year. Your body may see a one percent decline after you’re 30 years old.

 

Testosterone plays a key role in your:
  • muscle mass and bones

  • facial and pubic hair

  • body’s development of deeper voices

  • sex drive

  • mood and quality of life

  • verbal memory and thinking ability

 

See your doctor if you’re concerned about low testosterone. Because it’s natural to have low testosterone as you age, some symptoms such as decreased muscle mass, increased body fat, or erectile dysfunction may be a sign of other conditions.

You may be interested in boosting your testosterone levels if your doctor says you have low levels, or hypogonadism, or need testosterone replacement therapy for other conditions. If you have normal testosterone levels, increasing your testosterone levels may not give any additional benefits. The increased benefits mentioned below have only been researched in people with low testosterone levels.

Successful hormone therapy involves getting just the right dose by the right delivery method for your individual needs. There are patches, creams, injections, and testosterone pellets.

 

Pellets may be a good option for those seeking a consistent, long-term dose. Your doctor can discuss these options to find the right method for you.

These pellets are a long-acting form of testosterone therapy. They should deliver a stable, steady dose of testosterone, typically providing the needed level of hormone for 3 to 4 months.

 

Highs and lows of testosterone dosing

Creams, gels, buccal tablets, nasal spray (natesto), underarm solution (axiron), and patches are all easy to self-administer, but they have to be done daily.

You also run the risk of accidentally exposing women and children to contact with excessive amounts of testosterone.

Injections can last longer and don’t present the contact problems these other methods do. However, irritation can occur at the injection site. You have to go to a healthcare provider or learn to inject yourself.

Improve mood and energy, ​improve mental acuity, ​improve libido and sexual performance, ​increase muscle mass, decrease fat, and ​reduce anxiety and depression on BOTH men and women

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) uses hormones derived from natural plant sources to replicate the body’s normal hormonal levels. Pellets, placed under the skin, consistently release small, physiologic doses of hormones that provide optimal therapy. 


Unlike typical oral and transdermal forms of therapy, which can produce “roller coaster” hormone levels, resulting in mood and energy fluctuations for the patient. Hormone pellets typically provide consistent and sustained hormone levels throughout the day for up to three to six months. 

​Improve mood and energy, ​improve mental acuity, ​improve libido and sexual performance, ​increase muscle mass, decrease fat, and ​reduce anxiety and depression.

BENEFITS OF TESTOSTERONE PELLETS

What are the benefits of increasing your testosterone levels?


1. Healthy heart and blood
A healthy heart pumps blood to the rest of the body, providing muscles and organs with the oxygen needed for peak performance. Testosterone helps red blood cell production through the bone marrow. Low testosterone levels are linked to a variety of cardiovascular risks.

But can testosterone replacement therapy help with heart disease? Study resultsTrusted Source are mixed. Small studies in the early 2000s found that men with heart disease who underwent testosterone therapy saw only slight improvements. Some were able to increase their walking distance by 33 percent. Another study found that hormone therapy only widened healthy arteries but had no effect on angina pain.

A more recent, larger study of 83,000 men found that men whose testosterone levels returned to normal were 24 percent less likely to have a heart attack and 36 percent less likely to experience a stroke.

Read more: Signs of low testosterone in men under 30 »

2. Less fat, more muscle
Testosterone is responsible for increased muscle mass. Leaner body mass helps control weight and increases energy. For men with low testosterone, studies showTrusted Source that treatment can decrease fat mass and increase muscle size and strength. Some men reported a change in lean body mass but no increase in strength. It’s likely you’ll see the most benefits when you combine testosterone therapy with strength training and exercise.

3. Stronger bones
Testosterone plays a huge role in bone mineral density. Bone density decreases as men age and testosterone levels drop. This raises the risk of weak bones and osteoporosis. Strong bones help support your muscles and internal organs, which can boost athletic performance.

Research shows that bone density increases with testosterone treatment as long as the dose is high enough. Clinical trialsTrusted Source on the effect of testosterone on bone density found increases in spinal and hip bone density. Another studyTrusted Source of females transitioning into males found that testosterone increased bone mineral density. But it’s unknown if testosterone can help with reducing fracture risk.

4. Better verbal memory, spatial abilities, or mathematical reasoning
Research shows that men with higher ratios of total testosterone have a reduced incidence of Alzheimer’s disease. There’s also evidence for a strong correlation between testosterone and thinking abilities such as verbal memory and faster processing speed. Testosterone treatment for men 34 to 70 years old has shown an improvement in spatial memory.

5. Better libido
Testosterone levels naturally rise in response to sexual arousal and activity. Men with higher levels of testosterone usually have greater sexual activity. Older men need more testosterone for libido and erectile function. But it’s important to note that erectile dysfunction is often due to other conditions or medications rather than low testosterone levels.

Studies showTrusted Source that testosterone therapy can benefit your sexual health and performance. It also showsTrusted Source that there is a maximum level of testosterone before there’s no increased response. For men who don’t have hypogonadism, increasing your testosterone may not benefit your libido.

Read more: Can testosterone supplements increase your sex drive? »

6. Improved mood
Lower testosterone levels are associated with poorer quality of life. Some of the symptoms of low testosterone levels include depression, fatigue, and irritability. But some research showsTrusted Source that this may only be for men with hypogonadism. Men whose bodies follow the normal decrease of testosterone over time didn’t show an increase for depression.

The effects of testosterone replacement therapy on mood can vary. Men with hypogonadism reportedTrusted Source improved mood and well-being, and reduced fatigue and irritability. Research suggests that this treatment may also be an effective anti-depressant treatment.

  • Increased bone density

  • Relieved anxiety and depression

  • Significantly improved libido and sexual performance

  • ​Improved mental acuity and decreased mental fogginess

  • ​Increased quantity and quality of sleep

  • ​​Decreased the incidence of Alzheimer’ disease

  • ​​Increased muscle mass  

  • ​Decreased fatty tissue 

  • ​​Heart protective and coronary vasodilator

  • ​​Brain protective and restored memory 

  • ​​Do not increase the risk of stroke

  • ​​Do not adversely affect the liver

  • ​​Decreased the incidence of Alzheimer’ disease

Did you know that restoring your testosterone level can achieve all of this in a natural, safe and effective manner in just a few weeks after starting the treatment?

What are testosterone pellets?

1- Testosterone pellets are a very effective form of replacing testosterone hormone in people with depleted levels or symptoms consistent with decreased levels.

2- Made with Yam or Soy products (all natural)

3- Bioidentical – exact chemical structure as what is found in our body.

4- No preservatives, binders or fillers 99.5% pure testosterone

5- Compounded not a one size fits all

6- Medication compressed into small 3 mm diameter cylinder

7- Highest sterility standards in the industry

Who is a candidate for Testosterone pellet therapy?

The short answer is anyone who has the symptoms of low testosterone:

Decreased libido
Chronic fatigue
Mental fogginess
​Decreased energy
​Poor sleep
​​Weight gain
​Decreased muscle mass
​​Irritability or mood changes

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LOW TESTOSTERONE SYMPTOMS

 FATIGUE
MOOD SWINGS
LACK OF ENERGY
LACK OF FOCUS
DECREASED MUSCLE MASS
DECREASED BONE DENSITY
INCREASED BODY FAT
LOW LIBIDO
DEPRESSION

FACTS ABOUT LOW TESTOSTERONE

  • It is normal for testosterone production to slowly drop after the age of 30

  • Low testosterone can be treated by replacement therapy, injections and medication

  • It is very common, roughly 2 men in every 100 may have low testosterone

  • It's more common in those with diabetes

  • It's more common in men who are overweight

  • More than 13 million American men have low testosterone

  • 90% of men with low testosterone receive no treatment