Hormone Replacement Therapies For Women
Hot flashes, mood swings, and insomnia are more than just annoying symptoms—they can be indicators that your hormones are out of balance. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) in our Omaha clinics helps women from Bellevue and Lincoln, NE, and other nearby areas reduce these and many other symptoms. We can help you restore the vibrancy of youth so you can enjoy many of your favorite activities again.
What Are Bioidentical Hormones?
Bioidentical hormones are natural, plant-derived compounds that come from naturally occurring sources such as yams and soy. They are designed to replicate the same chemical structure as the hormones that are produced naturally by our bodies. It may surprise you to know that bioidentical hormone replacement therapy has been used successfully by patients since the 1930s.
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Menopause & Other Changes
Although menopause is often thought of as the primary “change” women go through, hormones are a bit more complicated than that. Their levels don’t remain consistent throughout life. Rather, they increase and decrease, often as the result of stress, illness, lack of sleep, and yes—aging. If you’re bothered by any combination of the following symptoms, you may benefit from BHRT:
- Weight gain
- Mood swings
- Reduced libido
- Vaginal dryness
- Memory loss
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Persistent fatigue
Properly balanced hormones can lead to a higher libido, better sleeping patterns, and simply an increased feeling of vitality.
What to Expect
At Preventative Medical Clinic, we take a holistic approach to your wellness. When you visit us for your first appointment, we assess your symptoms and evaluate your hormonal levels with samples of your saliva, urine, or blood. Once we have the necessary data, our specially trained clinicians go to work creating the perfect treatment plan for you. BHRT is administered in 1 of 3 ways:
- Pellets: Small and discreet, pellets are placed just beneath your skin. They continually release consistent levels of hormones into your bloodstream. Patients with pellets need to return a few times annually for reapplication.
- Transdermal cream: Topical cream is the most common way to administer BHRT. These products are prescribed for you to apply at home. The active ingredients penetrate your skin to be delivered directly to the bloodstream.
- Sublingual troches: These small lozenges are taken at home as prescribed. Rather than swallowing them whole, you allow them to dissolve beneath your tongue.
Your Complete Informational Guide to BHRT
Download a free copy of this eGuide to learn how BHRT can help men and women.
The PMC Difference
All medicine requires extensive training, balancing hormones especially, and this isn’t something traditionally taught in school to the practitioners. The practitioners at PMC are all required to undergo extensive training that’s focused solely on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
Find out for sure if your symptoms are due to a hormonal imbalance. Request your consultation with the professionals at Preventative Medical Clinic or call us at
(402) 408-0017 to set up your first visit.
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