Are the Men in Your Life Healthy? Take the Test 4/2 – 4/6
Men don’t always focus on their health, especially as they grow older. Andropause (male Menopause) affects all men in some way or another, leaving them feeling:
- Inadequate as a partner due to erectile dysfunction
- Too tired to exercise or play with grandkids
- Depressed or irritable even on good days
If this sounds familiar, it’s time to sign up for our complimentary Free Testosterone screening taking place at our office from 4/2 – 4/6.
What is it?
Each free appointment consists of a blood draw that takes about 5 minutes.
Plus, participants this spring will have the opportunity to sign up for a complimentary follow-up presentation on Wednesday, 4/11, that explains the results of individual tests and allows time to speak with Dr. Lovett, Judy Couch, FNP, and Rick Smedley, RN.
Why is this test important?
Testosterone regulates men’s libidos, strength, sexual health, moods, energy, and overall health.
In 2017, we measured the Free Testosterone of 157 Cincinnati men ages 40 and up, and found a critical need for testosterone therapy:
- 51% reported a decreased libido
- 58% reported fatigue
- 45% reported weight gain
- 38% reported Erectile Dysfunction
For a more in-depth analysis, read our brand new white paper on The Sexual Health Impact of Low T on Cincinnati’s Male Baby Boomers.
What happens after the screening?
If you are interested in our Hormone program after the screening and follow-up presentation, you can start by requesting a full blood draw panel and submitting our Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy packet, which gives us an overview of your health history.
How do I get started?
Men who are ready to finally find out why they feel the way they do can sign up by calling 513-791-9474.