The Importance of Men’s Sexual Health

Loving Hispanic Couple In Countryside While healthy sexuality is an important concern for many men, there is enough stigma around it still that might make you feel embarrassed or hesitant to report issues or seek help. According to the American Sexual Health Association, “Sexual health is the ability to embrace and enjoy our sexuality throughout our lives. It is an important part of our physical and emotional health.” Maintaining healthy sexuality is possible with the wide variety of treatments available today. However, it starts by staying informed about your sexual health.

How Sexual Issues Affect Men

Sexual issues in men can span more than just the physical aspect; conditions like erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature ejaculation can lead to anxiety in intimate relationships as well as general self-esteem issues. More than just affecting sexual performance, men’s sexual issues can also contribute to damaged sperm that can affect men’s lives and that of their children.

It’s also essential to understand that a variety of men’s sexual issues can stem from physiological conditions, such as heart disease or diabetes, as well as serious psychological disorders like depression. With this in mind, it’s crucial to approach men’s sexual issues from a personal standpoint—for any concerns you may have regarding sexual health, you deserve a comprehensive diagnosis that treats you as an individual.

Schedule a Sexual Health Consultation in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Bakersfield, CA

If you’re experiencing sexual health issues, the professionals at Atlas Men’s Clinic can diagnose the problem and recommend an effective treatment plan.

First, your doctor will go thoroughly check your medical history and ask you questions about your symptoms to identify when they first appeared and whether or not they are more severe under specific circumstances. The next step is a series of diagnostic procedures, including a physical examination and laboratory testing for your blood and urine. When applicable, your doctor may also recommend diagnostic imaging, such as a penis ultrasound, that can detect more comprehensive images of scar tissue, calcification, or clogged blood vessels.

Once a diagnosis has been made, your doctor will prescribe a course of therapy that may also require you to take on certain adjustments to your diet, physical activity, and medications. Make an appointment at Atlas Men’s Clinic by calling (323) 677-2013 or booking online now.

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Atlas Men’s Clinic

Los Angeles, CA

8631 West 3rd Street Suite 1115
Los Angeles, CA 90048

San Diego

8881 Fletcher Pkwy Suite 250
La Mesa, CA 91942


3941 San Dimas St Suite 103A
Bakersfield, CA 93301

Office Hours

Los Angeles
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm

San Diego
Monday-Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm

Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:00pm


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