Hormone pellets have advantages compared to other means of replacement. There is no risk of transference, which can happen with gels and creams. Unlike shots, pellets maintain a steady level of hormone levels in the body. Having peaks and valleys with shots create some risk for side-effects.
Peaks can cause the red blood cell counts to go up. Increased blood counts can increase your blood thickness and lead to more cardiac risk. The increase in blood count may require blood donations. Without the high spikes, pellets may reduce the risk of this problem.
Valleys can cause people to feel the problems that led them to hormones in the first place. We do not want your testosterone levels to look like a roller coaster ride.
Finally, with injections, there is need to repeatedly inject. A big advantage of pellets is that they can last for months, which means less trips to the doctor’s office.