Paul and Susan throughout their married life had always enjoyed a fulfilling physical sexual relationship.Even after several years and three children together, they were still making love several times a week. So when Paul, a PE teacher, suddenly lost interest in having sex, Susan feared he was having an affair.After weeks of monitoring Paul’s activities, to find out if he was cheating which was to no avail, she finally found the courage to ask him what the problem was; he sadly replied that he has been trying to find out what the problem was and that he has been worried about it.
Paul and Susan decided to visit a doctor and during the discussion, it was revealed that his lack of interest in sex was due to low level of testosterone, which was caused primarily by his weight and secondarily by his excessive drinking and smoking.
Paul was advised to reduce his intake of alcohol and to stop smoking, and he was given drugs tohelp boost his testosterone level. It is important to note that impotence and low testosterone are two separate issues.
Impotence refers to the inability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse whereas low testosterone is indicated by a lack of sexual desire. In other words a man suffering from low testosterone is able to achieve and maintain an erection but does not have the desire to do so.
Mens Clinic also treats those suffering from erectile dysfunction, early ejaculation, low libido and men’s general sexual health.
You can call us on 09032731614 and 09032539384 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.