I’m Dr. Melissa Loseke and welcome to my blog. My goal with this blog is to educate on the health and wellness topics that affect men, their relationships, and their quality of life. I will be going into detail about testosterone symptoms, treatments, and how to talk to your significant other about not only your symptoms but getting care. Erectile dysfunction will also be a topic that I spend some time on as well as peptides and PRP. And let us know what you think and what else you might want to hear about. Two themes that you will see emerge…’Talk about It’ campaigns and regaining the ‘Fountain of You’. In my first post, I introduce myself and why I decided to become a doctor. Check it out, and stay tuned for more articles and education!
TRT and Fertility
Myths & Facts About Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is finally starting to get the attention it deserves. It’s a topic that we should be having a conversation about and not one to shy away from. ED affects 40% of men in the 40’s, 50% of men in their 50’s, and 60% of men in their 60’s. As men age, the risk continues to rise. While the increased exposure has created more awareness arRead More >
Suffering From Low Testosterone? Learn The Signs
You know testosterone is important. It’s the critical sex hormone that helps us build muscle, burn fat, and maintain erections. But what happens when you don’t produce enough? It’s more than just a decrease in muscle mass. It’s a change in your life. See, low testosterone can manifest itself in several parts of your life including mental and physicalRead More >
Are You HGH Deficient?
What’s the deal with HGH? Why is it important and why should I care if I’m deficient? Great questions. Human Growth Hormone (HGH or GH for short) plays several important roles including the maintenance of lean body mass, promoting fat-burning, improving the cardiovascular system, as well as a few cognitive benefits.Read More >
Low Testosterone: Let’s Talk About It
Are you struggling to find the energy to get through the day? Drawing a blank on the last time you and your spouse had sexual intercourse? You may have low testosterone. After the age of 40, testosterone starts to fall by about 1.6 percent every year. By the age of 60, the low levels of testosterone would lead to a diagnosis of hypogonadismRead More >