At Falcon Health Center, we work hard to provide comfortable and confidential care for our male patients. We are able to assist in a variety of topics ranging from STI infections to heart risk reduction.
If you have any questions or concerns about medically sensitive information, please discuss these issues with your provider at the time you receive services.
It is important for you to confront these issues so as not to prevent you from receiving the treatment that you need. As with all medical records, men’s health records are confidential.
- Testicular Cancer Screening
- STI screening
- Heart disease risk reduction
- PrEP Services (see below)
MEN’S HEALTH TOPICS
Urinary Tract Infection in Men: a UTI is a bacterial infection that may affect the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra.
|urinating more often than normal, painful or burning urination, leaking urine, pressure in your lower abdomen.
|specific antibiotics for a Urinary Tract Infection can be administered and improve the frequency of which you feel the need to urinate, and can also lessen the pain of urinating.
Erectile Dysfunction: Erectile dysfunction is characterized by not being able to get and keep an erection long enough to engage in sexual intercourse. It is common for there to be a psychological component to erectile dysfunction.
|problems getting an erection, keeping an erection, and reduced sexual desire.
|There are many medicinal and psychological options for treating erectile dysfunction. The degree to which you are affected will determine which type of medication a health care provider may suggest.
Premature Ejaculation: Premature ejaculation is when a man consistently ejaculates before he and his partner would like. Occasional instances of this are not reason for concern, but regular premature ejaculations should be evaluated by a health care professional.
|ejaculation that usually occurs within one minute of vaginal penetration, being unable to delay ejaculation, consistently having feelings of depression, stress, and inadequacy causing you to avoid sexual activity.
|Like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation often has a psychological component that improves performance when addressed. Certain medications and techniques can also be helpful in improving performance.
Testicular Self-Exams: A testicular exam is done to examine the appearance and feel of the testicles. When done regularly, they can be used to find abnormalities and identify potential issues.
“PrEP” or Pre-exposure prophylaxis is a prevention option for those at a high risk for HIV and consists of daily HIV medication that lowers the chances of becoming infected.
At our PrEP appointments, our patient will
- Meet with a provider for an initial consult
- Review risk factors and appropriateness for treatment initiation
- Initial testing and education
- Attend a follow-up appointment every 6 months with labs every 3 months
Call (419) 372-2271 to schedule.
Services described on this page might be relevant for students with a variety of gender identities, including ciswomen, transmen, transwomen and gender non-conforming people.
Falcon Health Center is located next to the Bowling Green State University (BGSU) campus.
The Center serves the entire surrounding community as well as the BGSU faculty, staff and students. Falcon Health Center offers convenience care appointments with medical providers, immunizations, travel medicine, skin screenings, lab and radiology services, acupuncture, chiropractic care and physical therapy. For your convenience the Falcon Health Center offers a full-service pharmacy with drive through.