Feeling drained of energy, losing your sex drive, and struggling with erectile dysfunction are all signs of low testosterone. At Prosperity Internal Medicine in Reston, Virginia, Tarique Zahir, MD, and Taseen Mir, MD, specialize in men’s health, helping men regain their well-being and vitality with discreet, personalized care. If you’re like most men, you don’t like talking about your health concerns, but reaching out is the only way to find a solution and regain your active lifestyle. Call Prosperity Internal Medicine or use the online booking tool to request an in-person or telehealth appointment today.
Your risk for chronic disease rises as you get older. Yet dangerous conditions like clogged arteries and heart attacks are increasingly occurring in young adulthood.
The top health concerns in men include:
Your provider at Prosperity Internal Medicine can help you prevent these conditions when you schedule routine, preventive health care appointments.
Low testosterone can come from a health problem called hypogonadism (when your body doesn’t produce enough testosterone).
But you can be healthy and still have the problem. After age 30, men’s testosterone levels drop by up to 2% every year, creating a noticeable change around age 45.
Testosterone has a widespread role in your body. As a result, low testosterone causes the following symptoms:
If your provider diagnoses low testosterone or any other health condition, they develop a personalized treatment plan that may include lifestyle changes, supplements, and medications.
Some of the services you receive mimic a typical physical exam. Your provider reviews your medical history, learns about any health concerns you have, and performs a complete physical.
But a men’s health exam also focuses on your unique concerns, including
In addition to low testosterone, many physical conditions can cause ED, from high blood pressure and clogged arteries to diabetes and being overweight. Your provider finds the underlying cause and recommends treatments that restore your sexual health.
Your prostate gland gradually enlarges throughout adulthood. If it gets too large, it pushes against the urethra, the tube carrying urine from your bladder through your penis.
An enlarged prostate does not cause or increase your risk of prostate cancer. But you’ll need treatment if you have difficulty urinating, awaken during the night to urinate, or have a slow or weak urine stream.
Your provider performs prostate testing to screen for cancer.
Call Prosperity Internal Medicine or use the online booking tool to schedule a men’s health appointment today.