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Sasha Wainstein MD FACS Urology talks about Erectile Dysfunction
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Interviewer: What is that in TV? People on hot tubs, superbowl. That is a man. At a certain time of the life whatever the reason with sexual desire. That happens to all men?
Doctor: Some men. That happens to some men.
Interviewer: Is there any reason for that?
Doctor: The most common reason to lose your sexual desire is a low testosterone. You start losing testosterone. And the other reason that is very common that people do not think about it, is you do somebody’s testosterone and this testosterone is a little bit low. And they have lost a lot of sexual desire. If you do some regime, then not everybody that comes in with that work quiescent to leave you also with the prescription of some kind of a medication or testosterone replacement. One of the worst offenders that happens in a man with the aging is to develop a gut fet, a fetter on the gut. Those cells contain an enzyme that fetter on the gut which is called the aromatase. The aromatase is an enzyme that converts male hormone into female hormone, and female hormone is going to cut down your desire for sex.
Interviewer: So, in other words, if you lost weight, you probably…
Doctor: If you lost weight, you exercise, you stop smoking, you got to improve your desire.