Men’s sexual health

Improve Your Sexual Vitality & Performance

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone that is vital for sustaining proper erectile function and libido. It is also critically involved in building muscle, burning fat, and supporting energy level, mood, immune function, and bone density.

At Epoch Health, we know certain types of sexual dysfunction are caused by treatable, physical conditions such as hormone imbalance or high blood pressure. Once we identify the underlying cause, we can start you on a path to feeling like yourself again!

Men’s sexual hormone deficiency can cause the following:

Low libido

There are several potential causes for low libido in men including, low testosterone levels, chronic illness, sleep problems, certain medications, depression, and aging. Many of these issues can be identified through our free screening and a simple medical history.

Erectile Dysfunction

We all are off our game from time to time, regardless of age or physical condition. At such times, the failure to achieve an erection can be easy to pinpoint; perhaps you’re fatigued or have had too much to drink. But for some men, this becomes a regular occurrence that can cause emotional and relationship problems and often leads to diminished self-esteem.

Symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction (E.D.) include the inability to have an erection at any time, inability to maintain a firm erection or inability to maintain an erection long enough to complete intercourse.E.D. can occur at any age, and the cause can be physical, psychological, or both. Physical causes can include treatable, medical conditions such as low testosterone, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and more.

If you suspect you may have erectile dysfunction, talk to your doctor. For most of our patients, the diagnosis will require a simple medical history, physical examination, and a few of the routine blood tests that are part of our comprehensive health screening.

PreMature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation affects about one in five men ages 18 to 59. In fact, it’s one of the most common forms of male sexual dysfunction and has probably affected every man at some point in his life. Although the problem is often assumed to be psychological, premature ejaculation can also be related to underlying medical causes such as hormonal problems, injury or a side effect of certain medicines. It’s a frustrating problem that can reduce the enjoyment of sex, harm relationships and negatively affect your quality of life. Occasional instances might not be cause for concern, but when the problem occurs frequently and causes distress to you or your partner, treatment may be necessary.

To determine the cause, talk to your Epoch Vitality doctor. With the results of our comprehensive health screening and a brief medical/sexual history, he can help identify the cause and recommend any necessary treatment or follow up testing. In many cases, premature ejaculation resolves itself over time without the need for medical treatment. In such cases, your doctor can recommend lifestyle or behavior modifications that will have you feeling like yourself again in no time.

Infertility

Conceiving a child is something that most of us take for granted. But almost one in five couples has difficulty conceiving within one year of unprotected sexual intercourse. The issue is due to female infertility about 40 percent of the time and male infertility about 40 percent of the time. The remaining 20 percent of the time, issues with both partners likely contribute to infertility.
The most common cause of male infertility is the inability to produce fully functional sperm. Male infertility may also be caused by abnormalities in the testes or other areas of the male reproductive tract, as well as by immune system defects. Fortunately, many diagnostic tests are available to help determine the causes of male infertility. An initial screening of the male partner should be performed whenever a couple complains of infertility.

Treatment for low testosterone is very individual and at Epoch Vitality Centers we will match your symptoms to the appropriate treatment. Treatments may include, pellet therapies, testosterone shots, hCG testosterone booster, Sermorelin treatment and lifestyle interventions such as weight loss, dietary changes, and exercise, or supplements that help boost testosterone.

Low Testosterone treatment can help you regain your youth and vitality. Know your hormone health! Find out if you are a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy, sign up now for your free comprehensive health screen.

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