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American Male Medical – Beverly Hills, California

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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can affect any man.

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A Different Type of Marriage Counselor


Recently we received a phone call from a patient who had visited our clinic, and I want to share the reason for his call with you.

Though we are a medical facility, and trained medical professionals, our particular area of expertise does make for interesting conversations. And, naturally, it sometimes invites the occasional ribbing from close friends. But, treating patients for conditions such as erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation has many rewards that other medical specialists - such as dentists and optometrists for example – do not enjoy.

A dentist can pull a bad tooth, but can he pull a bad relationship out of the fire? No.

An optometrist can improve a patient’s vision, but can he improve their relationship to avoid divorce? No. In fact, by allowing a patient to get a better look at their spouse, an eye doctor may actually contribute to divorce. (Just kidding.)

Believe it or not, at American Male Medical we do both – we save relationships and marriages.

It’s true.

No patient comes into our clinic for assistance with getting an erection just so he can have it to walk around with, or to say, “Hey, I’ve got one!” It is a means to an end. And that end is not just sexual gratification, it fulfills a need that runs much deeper than that. The ability to perform is an integral part of a healthy, happy relationship. And, absent this, many relationships, sadly, end.

It is common knowledge that one of the major contributors to divorce is “bedroom” problems. But if the root of the problem is a man has lost his ability to perform, there is hope.

Our customized treatment for erectile dysfunction can help you get and maintain an erection.

Our premature ejaculation treatment can help you last longer, giving you the ability to satisfy yourself and your partner.

And our Testosterone Replacement Therapy specialists can help you increase your energy levels, as well as improve your libido and desire to have sex, enabling you to perform better.

All of our treatments are a means to an end – a happy, healthy relationship between partners.

Back to the phone call I mentioned. Last week we received a phone call from a patient who said that his relationship was at a critical point, about to end, but things were getting better now, after he received our treatment.

Hands down, the best days at American Male Medical are days when a patient calls us to say, “Thanks for saving my relationship.”

At the heart of the matter, THAT is what we do.

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Seeking Treatment for ED Leads Many to Improved Overall Health
authors James Dowd
James Dowd recently made some interesting points in his article at Western Tennessee Medical News:
• Erectile dysfunction becomes more common after age 40.
• A 2013 study published by The Journal of Sexual Medicine revealed that of men seeking treatment for new onset erectile dysfunction, 26 percent were under age 40. And of those under 40 diagnosed with ED, nearly 50 percent were diagnosed with severe rates of erectile dysfunction.
• An increasing numbers of men are exhibiting lower testosterone levels, and that can affect their libido and energy level. A 2012 study published by the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that testosterone levels in men have been on the decline for the last two decades. The research was conducted during three periods from 1987 to 2004 on 1,500 men. “Male serum testosterone levels appear to vary by generation, even after age is taken into account,” said Thomas G. Travison, PhD, of the New England Research Institutes in Watertown, Massachusetts, and lead author of the study. “In 1988, men who were 50 years old had higher serum testosterone concentrations than did comparable 50-year-old men in 1996. This suggests that some factor other than age may be contributing to the observed declines in testosterone over time.” In addition to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle for men in the U.S., Booth believes stress and a constant plugged-in lifestyle are also to blame.

And one final pint that will be of interest to everyone in this age of digital gadgets:
• “Everyone is always ‘on’ and connected to some device,” Physician’s assistant Rob Booth said. “We sleep with our mobile phones by our beds, we’ve got all kinds of electric devices in our bedrooms that emit light and this interrupts REM sleep, which decreases testosterone production. Our culture is affecting our virility.”

The American Urological Association advises men to discuss testosterone therapy with their doctors before seeking such treatments for erectile dysfunction. The organization recommends that patients discuss medical histories with their doctors and undergo physical evaluations before exploring treatment options.

If you’re suffering from Erectile Dysfunction or low testosterone call the doctors at American Male Medical Centers to make an appointment, and start living a happier, healthier life today!

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