Hormone Replacement Therapy located in Sarasota, FL

Many female patients have reported the benefits of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women (female BHRT). Our Method of female BHRT has helped thousands of women reclaim their lives.*

What Is Female BHRT?

Female BHRT is an acronymic phrase that stands for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Hormone therapy for women has been a common practice to cope with aging for decades. Female hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may help women who are suffering from unbalanced hormones. Bioidentical hormones delivered through BHRT pellets closely replicate the molecular structure of human hormones.*

What Is Female Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Biote’s Method of hormone therapy provides a consistent release of hormones. When hormones are out of balance, hormone replacement therapy for women may help relieve a wide array of symptoms, both physical and emotional. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women aims to relieve the source of the problem, not just the symptoms themselves.*

When May Female BHRT Be Most Beneficial?

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women may help any woman whose hormones are out of balance. However, the most common time women seek bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is when they’re experiencing menopause. Women typically experience three stages of menopause—perimenopause, menopause, and post menopause. There are also rare instances regarding women who have never had balanced hormones, often causing excessively uncomfortable menstrual cycles and extreme mood swings. The Biote Method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women may help address the cause of these issues.*

What Are Female BHRT Pellets?

Female BHRT pellets are comprised of custom-compounded hormones. These pellets are inserted subcutaneously during a quick in-office visit. Usually, within four to six weeks after the pellet insertion, the bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for a woman’s endocrine system begins to take effect. Many patients may begin to experience the benefits of the Biote Method after the second insertion.*