Many Men Suffer From Low Testosterone Without Knowing It

“Since getting treated, I’m off the couch and enjoying my time with my kids. I’ve actually lost weight and have even started going to the gym,” says Mickey Mitchell, 30-year-old Center for Men patient.
25% of men suffer from symptoms of low testosterone levels

With today’s busy lifestyle, many men are left feeling fatigued, lack of motivation, mental clarity and are experiencing poor sleep. As a result, they may have low testosterone and not know it. Over 25% of men suffer from symptoms of low testosterone, which can result in serious and chronic disease if left untreated, including an increased risk of developing diabetes and heart disease. Over 40% of men with high blood pressure also have low testosterone levels. Testing only takes 30 minutes, and as a result, levels can increase quickly after treatment.

“It’s a common misconception that only older men suffer from low testosterone, however we are treating men as young as 25. Many men are feeling fatigued and have a lack of motivation, but don’t realize it could be that their testosterone levels are off,” says Dr. Blaine Price, Founder of Center for Men.

Having low testosterone can result in significantly diminished quality of life to include decreased energy, sexual dysfunction, and reduced overall sense of wellbeing.

“Many of our patients report fatigue and frequently take naps after work. They have also seen have seen their work performance decline due to fatigue and decreased mental clarity. There can be issues with sex drive and sexual performance as well, “ says Center for Men Physician Assistant, Todd Caskey.

For decades there have been clinics dedicated to women’s health issues, but men’s clinics have been largely absent until now. Center for Men is helping change that by offering an evidence-based medical approach for those suffering with symptoms of low testosterone.

“Before going to Center for Men, I spent most of my evenings on the couch because I didn’t have the energy to do anything else. Since getting treated, I’m off the couch and enjoying my time with my kids. I’ve actually lost weight and have even started going to the gym,” says Mickey Mitchell, 30-year-old Center for Men patient.

For more information on Center for Men, visit their website at www.CenterForMen.com, call 918- 622-2500, or visit their location at 5657 E 41st Street in Tulsa.

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