Sexual Dysfunction: Premature Ejaculation

  Premature ejaculation (PE) occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than they or their partner would prefer. This common form of sexual dysfunction affects 20 to 30 percent of men worldwide. The exact causes, and solutions, for PE are still widely unknown. However, the medical community has made strides that may help … Continued

Dr. Jen Decodes His Post Coital Behavior

Why does he do that?  Decode His Post-Sex Behavior Sure, it’s hard to know what a guy’s thinking at any given time, but experts swear that the way he acts after sex can give some serious insight into what’s going on in his head. We got the inside scoop on what these common post-sex behaviors … Continued

Testosterone and Metabolic Syndrome

Here is yet more evidence of the profound beneficial effects of testosterone on the male body. According to a research paper presented this month at the International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress, replacing testosterone to normal levels in middle aged and elderly men significantly improved all components of metabolic syndrome in 24 months. Positive benefits … Continued

“My Wife Told Me I Had To Come To See You”

This is something I hear frequently from my new male patients. Now it is natural when a guy has just been told by his significant other that he should consider hormone replacement to assume that the reason for this suggestion is because of libido/performance issues. In reality though, she is probably looking at a completely … Continued

Andropause: The Syndrome of Low Testosterone

The dominant male hormone is testosterone and almost all men will experience a decline in testosterone levels as they age. Testosterone is a powerful hormone that influences many functions in the body. When testosterone levels drop, many men will start to experience a variety of symptoms such as fatigue, low libido, and weaker muscles. They … Continued

Admit it man… you're stressed!

Exercising regularly, eating and sleeping well, and meditating each day help improve a man’s overall health and well-being. Other ways to reduce stress include solving the cause of stress, avoiding stressful situations, accepting things you can’t change, avoid procrastination, and don’t overload yourself. While taking these approaches, it is important to keep a positive attitude. Most importantly, when you do something good for yourself you should celebrate your victory and recognize the hard work you put into your efforts. All of these steps should help a man lead a less stressful and healthier life.

Bioidentical hormones may be the answer if you're feeling depressed

Can hormones cause depression? The answer in short is yes. Hormones have an enormous impact on mood, sleep and many other factors that are essential for quality of life. While depression certainly can have a number of emotional and psychological causes, the role of hormones cannot be overlooked.

Bioidentical Hormones Experts Checklist for National Men's Health Week

It’s National Men’s Health Week… The purpose of the observance is to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage the early detection and treatment of health problems affecting men. Take care of yourself and be proactive with your health, not reactive!

Get Your Sexy Back … Balance Your Hormones

Using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy along with a lifestyle plan including proper nutrition and fitness to treat libido problems in both men and women has given many people their sexy back. Many people report they feel “back to their old selves” again. They are able to turn the clock back to a time when they felt sexier and were more interested in having sex.

Chronic high stress has a direct effect on your hormone levels

It is important for men to realize the importance of stress reduction, diet and lifestyle on their hormone levels. Men should find ways to reduce their stress such as meditation, exercise, reading, journaling or enjoying nature.