Testosterone Pellets FAQs
We understand that making important decisions about health can be intimidating and worrying, but our friendly certified BioTE providers are here to address any concerns patients may have. What is the process certified BioTE® Medical providers use to help patients? Read our FAQs to learn more.


Most frequent questions and answers

Testosterone is a hormone normally found in both men and women that is responsible for many critical body processes. Testosterone is produced in the testes, as well as ovaries, and deficiencies in it occur as the body ages.

Testosterone pellets are composed of powdered testosterone fused into a pellet using stearic acid as a binding agent. The compounding pharmacies used by certified BioTE providers provide high-quality pellets, with ingredients that are meticulously tested. This testing process gives pharmacists, BioTE providers, and patients confidence in the quality of pellets administered.

Testosterone has been shown to relieve a wide range of reproductive, emotional, and nonreproductive conditions. Some of these include low energy, sexual dysfunction, mood swings, irritability, and many others.

BioTE Medical provides training on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy in the form of subcutaneous pellets. With over 1.7 million insertions performed in the company’s history, we have seen many lives changed with optimized hormones.