Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Have you Heard! A pellet for Power surges!

I have had power surges for years now and they tend to be getting worst the older I get.
For 2010  the new year I have put the focus on getting my health in order, exercising like I use
to and finding a new family doctor. 

So last week I took a trip to a doctor and a place called HRC.
This means Hormone Replacement Center. 

My husband made the journey with me.  We talked to the doctor and here is how this works:
A pellet is inserted in the upper buttocks area near your waist.  It is inserted slightly under the skin
for 30 days.  Within the 30 days the body will absorb the pellet within that 30 days.  Before the pellet
is inserted they do blood work to see if you have any hormone levels and what your readings are.
After 30 days they make a new pellet and insert that one.  There is about 4 pellets that are inserted the first
year until they get you adjusted.  The next year you may need only a few.

The total cost if you pay up front is $2900.00 for the first year.  If you choose to pay for each visit when you go it is $900.00 per visit.  Now we sat and talked for over an hour.  The only thing that could happen is an infection at the injection site if you don't care for it like you should.  You need to keep it dry and don't exercise for a week.  If it becomes infected than they give you medicine to clear it up. 

I still have not decide to do the pellet injection yet.  I am still researching this procedure.

The pellet is made all natural hormones from yam plants.  The pellet is similar to a grain of rice.

If you have any research or have had this procedure could you contact me at :

Tired of the power surges, restless legs  at night, weight gain, anxiety, hair loss, irritability, tireness etc.


Previous doctors want to give you medicine for depression! I'm not depressed, what do they not understand about that.  Why do doctors feel that the first thing to take care of your problems is give you a pill.  I am focused on taking my health into my own hands at this point.  I had a really great woman doctor and 6 years ago she retired.  I have not been able to find another like her.  But I will look until I find the right one.
Are you facing some of these same issues; can you share with some advise of what steps you have taken?