How Much Does Biote Cost?

Biodentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Denver

How Much Does Biote Cost?

How much does Biote cost?

Also, what is Biote therapy? Biote is the manufacturer of high-quality Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) pellet. Biote therapy is very similar in cost to other types of hormone replacement therapy.  Integrative Health and Rehabilitation in Denver, Colorado charges $355 for female pellets, which usually last for 4 to 6 months. This breaks down to a very affordable $88-$116 a month, depending on how often you require treatment. The cost for male charge pellet therapy is $655. Men’s treatment typically lasts for a longer period, up to 6 months. This comes to a cost of roughly $110 per month. Of course, the cost of hormone pellet therapy is different for every individual, and these are only estimates. These prices do not include any pre or post pellet testing or nutritional supplements you may choose to take to make the most of your treatment.

Take your first steps to maximizing your health with Biote starts with a simple survey. You can find the men’s survey here and the women’s here. The next step is to take a simple blood test. You can schedule your blood test by simply calling Integrative Health and Rehab at (303) 424-7171 or by scheduling online here.

Hormones affect almost every aspect of our physiology. From how well our organs function to how fast our metabolism runs. Endocrine glands secrete the hormones that control how our bodies operate. Unfortunately, as we age our glands can malfunction, increasing stress on other parts of our bodies.

While our bodies are designed to produce hormones, as we age it becomes necessary to supplement those hormones to make maintain proper function. BHRT helps to restore our hormone levels, improving how our bodies feel and function.

What Is Biote?

Biote therapy optimizes the endocrine system using bioidentical hormone pellets. Bioidentical hormones are very similar to our naturally produced hormones. The main difference is these are made in a laboratory from plant compounds instead of in our bodies. These bioidentical hormones are commonly used to treat impaired estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone production.

We often think of hormones as “gender specific”, testosterone for men and estrogen for women. Actually, both hormones are produced by men and women.  When we are deficient in either of them, a variety of symptoms can occur, including increased fatigue, decreases in sex drive, and “brain fog”.

Biote therapy supplements the body’s endocrine system with hormones that it no longer produces enough of or may not be producing at all.

Is Biote Right for You?

Aside from “How much does Biote cost?”, the next most common question is “is Biote right for me“? Biote may be a good option for you if you are experiencing symptoms related to estrogen or testosterone deficiency. The Biote-certified providers at Integrative Health and Rehabilitation can help you determine if BHRT is right for you.  They will base this decision on your initial evaluation and hormone tests.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, Estrogen pellets may help relieve them.

  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Lack of libido and sexual desire
  • Loss of quality and enjoyment of life
  • Extreme weight gain
  • Hair damage or loss

Meanwhile, Testosterone pellets may help with the symptoms below.

  • Decreased sexual desire and function
  • Mood swings and irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of muscle mass or bone density

Are There Side Effects or Risks of Biote Therapy?

As with any treatment or therapy, there can be side effects. The most common side effects of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can include:

  • Acne
  • Bloating
  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Increased facial hair in women

Seeking treatment from an experienced Biote provider helps to limit unwanted side effects.  And, if a patient does experience any adverse effects, they are usually mild, can easily be treated by your Biote provider, or will spontaneously resolve in just a short period of time.  In fact, according to a 2021 study in Therapeutic Advances in Endocrinology and Metabolism, less than 1% of people receiving testosterone via BHRT reported any problems.

How Much Does Biote Cost?

The Denver Biote providers at Integrative Health and Rehabilitation in Denver, Colorado charge $355 for female pellets, which can last for 4 to 6 months. This breaks down to only $88-$116 a month, depending on your activity levels and lifestyle habits (like smoking or very high activity levels). Male pelleting is $655. Men’s treatment typically lasts for a longer period, up to 6 months. This comes to a cost of roughly $110 per month. Of course, the cost of hormone pellet therapy is different for every individual, and these are only estimates.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of Biote therapy, schedule an appointment with a trained Biote provider, or learn “how much does Biote cost”, contact Integrative Health and Rehabilitation by phone: (303) 424-7171 or email: info@ihrdenver.com.