Estradiol, an estrogen derivative is used to treat perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms, vaginal atrophy, hypoestrogenism; palliation of prostate and breast cancer; prevention of osteoporosis; abnormal uterine bleeding; and postmenopausal urinary symptoms (urgency, dysuria). Estradiol is commercially available in several hormone therapy products for managing conditions associated with reduced estrogen, such as vulvovaginal atrophy and hot flashes. Some available forms of estradiol include pellets, oral tablets, injections, transdermal patches, sprays, gels, and creams. By far the best way to get Estradiol is via hormone pellets. No patches, creams or pills you hope you remember to take.
Hormone Pellet Therapy for Women
Much like with men, women can enjoy the natural-release formulation of the pellet, plus all the benefits of the respective hormone therapies. Estradiol and testosterone are often valuable treatment options for women suffering from menopausal symptoms. However, some women may pursue additional testosterone therapy to experience these benefits: