Men’s Health Issues
At TMD, we are passionate about men’s health and we are specialized in treating hormone and vitamin deficiencies that leave men feeling fatigued and lethargic.
We aim to provide answers to health issues specific to men and recommend a treatment plan so that you can feel better, get fit and stay active.
Low T | Low Testosterone
Sexual: low libido, lack of morning or spontaneous erections, weak erections
Physical: loss muscle mass and weakness, weight gain, and loss of body hair
Mental: fatigue, low energy, irritability, poor sleep, depression, moodiness, lack of motivation, poor or weak memory, lack of concentration and focus
Urinary: urgency and frequency, weaker urine stream, and sensation of incomplete emptying
Misc: Hot flashes and night sweats
Diagnosing low testosterone is a combination of subjective symptoms or objective signs with serum blood levels confirming the diagnosis. Typically, it is best to have two morning laboratory blood levels drawn between 7-11 a.m. on two separate days. https://morganmedical.org/online-drugstore/
We offer different types of therapies including pill, injection, transdermal gels and pellet forms. The type of therapy a person chooses is a direct result of the patient and providers collaborative treatment plan. http://brevardfamilywalkinclinic.com/online-pharmacy/
ED | Erectile Dysfunction
Weaker erections, erections that don’t last, poor morning and spontaneous erections are the most common symptoms of ED.
Diagnosing erectile dysfunction is a combination of subjective symptoms or objective signs with serum blood levels confirming the diagnosis. Typically, it is best to have two morning laboratory blood levels drawn between 7-11 a.m. on two separate days.
Erectile dysfunction medications and a healthy testosterone level are the primary treatments for ED.
Vitamin Deficiencies | Thyroid
Many men do not realize that chronic fatigue and low energy may also be symptoms of thyroid issues or a vitamin deficiency.
We can easily diagnose thyroid or vitamin deficiencies by observing abnormal lab values from blood tests.
Treatment is simple and includes supplements or vitamin replacement in pill form.
When men experience hormone and vitamin deficiencies, the fatigue and low energy often lead to consistent weight gain or an inability to achieve weight loss.
Once we have diagnosed hormone or vitamin deficiencies, we may evaluate your diet and fitness habits to determine if these may contribute to weight gain.
While maintaining healthy testosterone and vitamin levels, fitness and nutrition counseling will help establish new habits to lose weight, eat healthy and become stronger and more energetic.