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!
What Are My Testosterone Treatment Options?
Who is Dr. Melissa Loseke?
Two questions that I hear often in my career…why did you decide to be a doctor? And would you do it all over again? I can’t always articulate the why but the simple answer is because it’s what I was meant to be. And I say be, not do, because it is a part of me, ingrained in who I am. I have known since I was three years old that I wanted to be a doctor (no joke), everything I have done since that decision, lead me on that path; never once did I waver from that jouRead More >
Making Excuses for Your Symptoms of Low Testosterone?
Let’s talk testosterone, specifically testosterone replacement. And before you stop reading, let’s be clear this is not your mama’s testosterone. It’s easy to roll your eyes and tune out when you hear the word testosterone. This is not the testosterone of 20 or 30 years ago. This is not steroids or “juicing” or just for those who want to look like Arnold (but hey it’s good to haveRead More >
How Do I Know if I have a Testosterone Deficiency (low testosterone)?
It is difficult to get an up to date and accurate number of the percentage of men who suffer from testosterone deficiency. Data from 2007, suggested that 1 in 4 men in their 30’s suffer from testosterone deficiency. However, hopefully, as we are educated on testosterone and its importance, as more men are evaluated for testosterone deficiency, there will be a rise in incidence that lends solely from more men getting tested and more accurate portrayal of the disease. PaRead More >