Men and Sex!

Sex! What is responsible for the sex drive in men? This is a question you don’t usually ask yourself but there is a hormone that is responsible for the sex drive in men and that is Testosterone. Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is responsible for the proper development of male sexual characteristics and sexual functions.

Testosterone levels generally peak during adolescence and early adulthood. After the age of 30, your testosterone level gradually decline.

A decrease in sex drive sometimes accompanies the drop in testosterone, leading many men to mistakenly believe that their loss of interest in sex is simply due to partner’s inadequacy or lack of interest in their partners. 



Testosterone plays a key role in libido (sex drive) in both men and women. Therefore, someone with low Testosterone will likely experience a more drastic drop in his desire to have sex. Also Testosterone aid in achieving an erection, when it islow men will find it difficult to have an erection, which may lead to erectile dysfunction.

Testosterone also plays a role in the production of semen, which is the milky fluid that aids in the motility of sperm. It’s pretty simple: The more testosterone a man has, the more semen he produces. Men with low Testosterone will notice a decrease in the volume of their sperm during ejaculation.
Finally men with low Testosterone have reported extreme fatigue and a noticeable decrease in energy levels. You might be experiencing symptoms of low Testosterone if you are tired all of the time, despite getting plenty of sleep, or if you are finding it harder to get motivated to hit the gym or exercise.

If you are suffering from any symptoms it might be due to a fall in your testosterone level. Mens Clinic offers treatment that can help boost your testosterone and help it get back to normal levels.
Mens Clinic also treats those suffering from erectile dysfunction, early ejaculation, low libido and men’s general sexual health. You can call us on 09032731614 and 09032539384 or email us at info@mensclinicng.com