Jack R. Inyart, M.D. LLC
610A Longview Drive, Appleton, WI, 54911
920 246 1555
Around the age of 35 male hormone production by the testicles begins
to decline, but at a very small rate. In later years, by age 45-55, the
rate increases leading toward the development of a condition called andropause,
similar to female menopause and accompanied by varied symptoms.
Men are different from women,(Oh don't we all know that?) in that they
are not as sensitive to their bodies as are women. The changes that occur with
the development of andropause in men are so gradual that many men don't notice
anything until they feel depressed, or they find that they weigh 20 pounds more
than they expected.
Their interest in sex has declined or
worse, they are still very interested in sex, but just don't have the
capacity to engage. These are the men who are using the medications that enhance
erections. "Working out" just doesn't do it anymore and they feel
they have lost strength or muscle mass. The development of a paunch is a sure
sign. Inability to recover from exercise is often seen. Generalized joint
aching is also common.
If you have read this far, you may have heard the phrase, "Well, you are not
as young as you used to be," or "This is normal for a man your age," or most
telling, "You are in pretty good shape for a guy your age."
Well, these are phrases that should tip you off. What you want to hear is: "Well, I hope am in as good shape as you are at your age.
You have been to the doctor,
related some symptoms and found to be generally in good health, but just not
feeling "up to par".
1. Do you have a decrease in libido (sex drive)?
2. Do you have a lack of energy?
3. Do you have a decrease in strength and/or endurance?
4. Have you lost height?
5. Have you noticed a decreased "enjoyment of life"
6. Are you sad and/or grumpy?
7. Are your erections less strong?
8. Have you noticed a recent deterioration in your ability to play sports?
9. Are you falling asleep after dinner?
10. Has there been a recent deterioration in your work performance?
If you have answered "Yes" to more than five of these questions you might want to call Chris at 920 246 1555 to discuss arrangments for a
This may well be result of lowered testosterone levels simply related to your age.
The really good news is that if your testosterone level is lower than therapeutic then there is a solution.
If you would like more information please call the office and speak
with Chris about an appointment and the lab tests that are necessary
for an evaluation and expected results.
You can email Dr. Inyart here. We welcome questions since this treatment
is new to Wisconsin and not available anywhere else in Wisconsin. We
don't expect that you have heard of this before. In this case, ignorance
is not bliss.