The Doctors welcome urologist Dr. Judson Brandeis to discuss how Peyronie's disease – the development of fibrous scar tissue in the penis that causes a curvature – can be treated with a new technique using sound waves.
Men's Sexual Health
The Doctors discuss a study which claims that hormone levels in both men and women peak in the afternoon and can be the optimal time for sex.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answer a viewer question about whether is it ever safe to use essential oils as a sexual lubricant.
The Doctors welcome oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro to discuss the findings of a study which found a possible new treatment for cancer using erectile dysfunction drugs and the flu vaccine.
The Doctors and oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro explain how a new study, which looked at using erectile dysfunction drugs and the flu vaccine in mice as part of a cancer treatment, could help humans in the future.
The Doctors discuss a recent study which claims drinking beer can lead to a higher sperm count and semen volume.
The Doctors answer a question from a viewer who wants to know if sex can and should be planned. Is a predetermined time to be intimate a good or bad idea?
The Doctors discuss a new line of sexually transmitted disease stuffed animals. Are these plush STDs toys a good conversation starter for kids and those afraid of discussing the risks of having sex?
The Doctors welcome allergist-immunologist Dr. Danica Schulte to speak about whether allergy medications can affect someone’s sperm count. Should men think twice before using an antihistamine?
Senior investigative reporter Leslie Marcus discuss her experience at an orgasmic meditation meet-up. Plus, OM expert Maya Block and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow discuss this unconventional meditation practice.