The Myths of Testosterone Pellet Insertions

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Testosterone Replacement with Pellets Myths – Explained.

There are many myths floating around the medical community regarding hormone replacement with testosterone pellets. On this weeks’ podcast, Dr. Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss those myths and challenge incorrect thinking.

It is widely and erroneously bandied about that testosterone pellets can cause the following illnesses or issues:

  • Depression
  • Anger (Toxic Masculinity)
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Anxiety
  • Body Aches
  • Vaginal Infections
  • Abdominal Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Nausea
  • Blood Clots
  • Migraine Headaches

In this podcast we will take these issues one by one and discuss our current understanding and information regarding both the research and the experience of the BioBalance Health staff with regard to them. We are doing this because Dr. Maupin has been asked to present a discussion at the National Convention of Age Management Medicine Group this April in Miami. Dr. Maupin will be discussing with hundreds of other physicians who specialize in Age Management focused Medicine why she only uses pellet versions of testosterone replacement.

Part of her conversation with these physicians will be the widespread misinformation that persists in spite of the research evidence to the contrary that replacing testosterone with pellets can and does cause issues with regard to the topics listed above.

Hopefully you will be able to utilize this information to have conversations with your own providers should you be a candidate for testosterone replacement. Be sure to let them know that you know that pellets are the best path to take when considering hormone replacement of testosterone

This Health cast was written and presented by Dr. Kathy Maupin, M.D., Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Expert and Author, with Brett Newcomb, MA., LPC., Family Counselor, Presenter and Author.

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