Episode 98

Published on:

30th Apr 2024

Unveiling the Truth | Exploring Sexual Health and Testosterone with Dr. Mo Khera

Renowned expert Dr. Mo Khera sheds light on common sexual dysfunctions in both men and women, emphasizing the startling connection between erectile dysfunction and heart attacks.

We delve into testosterone, exploring why low levels might not always warrant treatment and the importance of considering symptoms alongside testosterone levels for therapy decisions.

The conversation extends to female sexual dysfunction, stressing the significance of addressing common symptoms and a woman's unique concerns.

Dr. Khera speaks to the role of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), providing in-depth insights and dispelling myths about increased risks of prostate cancer and heart disease.

Join us in this eye-opening podcast where we tackle the often neglected topic of sexual health in relation to your overall wellbeing.

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The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show
The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show promotes a healthy world, and in order to have a healthy world, we must have transparent conversations. This show is dedicated to such conversations as the listener; your education, understanding, strength, and health are the primary focus. The goal of this show is to provide you with a framework for navigating the health and wellness space and, most importantly, being the champion of your own life. Guests include highly trustworthy professionals that bring both the art and science of wellness aspects that are both physical and mental. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician who serves the innovators, mavericks, and leaders in their fields, as well as working closely with the Special Operations Military. She is the founder of the Institute of Muscle-Centric MedicineĀ® and serves patients worldwide.