Bio Identical Hormone Therapy | The Formula Medspa in Rye NY

Bioidentical Hormone Therapyin Rye, NY

At The Formula, we understand that hormonal imbalances can significantly impact your health and well-being. Bioidentical hormones are synthetic hormones that are designed to be structurally identical to the hormones naturally produced by the human body. These hormones are often used as a form of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to treat various hormonal imbalances, particularly in menopausal and postmenopausal women. Bioidentical hormones can also be used in men with hormone deficiencies. Bio-identical hormone therapy is a safe and effective way to address hormonal imbalances and restore balance to your body.


Hormone pellet therapy by BioTE uses customized bioidentical hormones that are compounded in US pharmacies, ensuring the quality of the treatment is extremely high and effective. If you’re ready to explore the benefits of bio-identical hormone therapy, schedule a consultation. Our team can customize a treatment plan that targets your specific concerns and helps you achieve optimal health and wellness!
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For Women

The benefits of hormone replacement therapy include relief from the symptoms associated with hormone deficiencies and regaining hormonal balance.
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For men

The benefits of hormone replacement therapy include relief from the symptoms associated with low testosterone.


Menopause symptoms

Bioidentical hormone therapy can help reduce the symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness.

Low libido

Hormonal imbalances can decrease sex drive, but bioidentical hormone therapy can help restore libido and improve sexual function.


Hormonal imbalances can cause fatigue and other symptoms of low energy, but bioidentical hormone therapy can help restore vitality and improve overall energy levels.


Hormonal imbalances can disrupt sleep patterns, but bioidentical hormone therapy can help regulate sleep and improve sleep quality.


Bio-identical hormone therapy involves the insertion of small pellets containing customized doses of hormones under the skin to balance hormone levels in the body. Bioidentical hormones are synthesized to have the same molecular structure as the hormones produced by the human body. This makes them similar to endogenous hormones like estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. The Formula exclusively works with Biote Bioidentical hormones which are derived from natural sources, such as plant-based compounds like yams and soy, and then modified to match the body’s hormones. Customized to meet an individual’s specific hormonal needs, our team of experts adjust the dosage and formulation to address each patient’s unique hormone imbalances.

Bioidentical hormone therapy can be customized to meet the specific needs of each patient. A healthcare provider will assess a person’s hormone levels through blood tests and evaluate their symptoms to determine the appropriate hormone dosage. Bioidentical hormones can help relieve the symptoms associated with hormone imbalances. For example, in menopause, estrogen and progesterone replacement therapy can reduce hot flashes, improve mood, and support bone health. In men with low testosterone, bioidentical testosterone replacement can address symptoms like fatigue, low libido, and mood changes.

Bioidentical hormone pellets are typically inserted into the body through a relatively simple medical procedure. Here’s an overview of how bioidentical hormone pellets are inserted:

Consultation and Assessment: Before the pellet insertion, you will have a consultation with our Hormone Specialist. They will assess your medical history, symptoms, and hormone levels through blood tests to determine if hormone replacement therapy, including bioidentical hormone pellets, is appropriate for you. If hormone replacement therapy is recommended, your provider will select the appropriate type and dosage of bioidentical hormone pellets based on your individual needs and hormone levels.

Preparation: On the day of the procedure, you will typically be asked to wear loose-fitting clothing and lie down on an examination table. The insertion site is typically in the upper buttocks area. To minimize discomfort during the procedure, your healthcare provider will often administer a local anesthetic to numb the area where the pellets will be inserted. This helps reduce any pain or discomfort associated with the insertion.

Insertion of Pellets: Once the numbing takes effect, your provider will make a small incision in the skin at the insertion site. The hormone pellets are then inserted into the subcutaneous tissue (just beneath the skin) through the incision. The pellets are usually very small, about the size of a grain of rice, and are inserted using a special insertion device.

Closure of Incision: After the pellets are placed, the incision is typically closed with a small adhesive bandage. The incision is usually quite small, so scarring is minimal.
The discomfort associated with the procedure is usually brief, and many individuals find it manageable. It’s important to keep in mind that while the insertion of Biote hormone pellets may involve some temporary discomfort, the benefits of hormone replacement therapy, such as symptom relief and improved hormonal balance, are often considered to outweigh this short-term discomfort.

The experience of pain or discomfort during the insertion of Biote bioidentical hormone pellets can vary from person to person. The procedure typically involves placing hormone pellets under the skin, usually in the upper buttocks area, and it is done at the medspa. Here are some factors to consider regarding potential pain or discomfort associated with Biote hormone pellets:

Individual Sensitivity: Pain perception varies widely from person to person. Some individuals may report minimal pain or discomfort during and after the pellet insertion, while others may find it more uncomfortable.

Post-Procedure Discomfort: After the pellet insertion, some individuals may experience minor soreness, bruising, or swelling at the insertion site. This discomfort is typically mild and temporary, lasting for a few days to a week. Over-the-counter pain relievers and ice packs can help alleviate these symptoms.


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