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AMARILLO, TEXAS….Over 15 million men in America suffer from the effects of low testosterone, but only 5% receive treatment. Sloan Teeple, M.D. of Amarillo, Texas is a board certified urologist and expert in testosterone deficiency. He and his wife, Susan Morman Teeple have written a book (launching May 31, 2012) titled, “I’m Still Sexy, So What’s Up With Him? Learn How Testosterone Can Change Your Relationship”.
Writing from both the perspective of personal experience and medical expertise, Sloan and Susan share information on testosterone deficiency in men. Susan, as
co-author, helps counsel women on how to approach the men in their lives on this subject and how to get them to seek expert advice from their physician.
“Essentially we wrote this book to increase awareness about low testosterone,” states Dr. Teeple. “This disease affected us personally when I found out at the age of 33 that I had the T level of an 80 year old man." From that time on, Sloan has read every article, journal and book available on Testosterone Deficiency. He has trained with and met the other experts in his field and actively screens and treats thousands of men in his regional medical practice.
This book reveals the secret to a man’s sexual, mental and physical wellness, which is a healthy testosterone level. It is not a boring medical book. It is a personal story with humor, and the medical information is given in a user-friendly way that encourages all men to know their “T” level.
One of the goals of this book is to be a tool for women to help identify specific symptoms in men, and by giving a strategy to approach the man in their life to get evaluated. With Testosterone Replacement Therapy, men and the women that love them can live their lives to the fullest.
Sloan Teeple, M.D. is a Board-Certified Urologist and expert in Testosterone Deficiency. He is a partner at Amarillo Urology Associates and focuses his practice on Testosterone Replacement Therapy, and was personally diagnosed with Low T in 2004. Dr. Teeple trained in urologic surgery at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Louisiana and attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He met his wife, Susan, while they both attended the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Teeple is an avid mountain biker and triathlete and completed his first Ironman competition in May 2011. He was raised in Austin, Texas and he and Susan now reside in Amarillo, Texas with their three children Chase, Hudson, and Evie.
Susan Morman Teeple was raised in Houston, Texas and attended The University of Texas at Austin and received her BA in African American History in 1994. Susan and Sloan have been married for 17 years and she has been a champion for Sloan during his medical education and training. Susan cares for their three children and enjoys running, cycling, and snow skiing. She is passionate about helping educate other women on the signs and symptoms of Low T, and share her story and experience with the disease.
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