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Welcome to episode 192 of the Sexology Podcast! Today it’s my pleasure to welcome back Dr. Amir Mohebbi to the podcast. In this episode Dr. Mohebbi and I talk about medical treatments for sexual dysfunctions, looking at the issues that cause sex to be painful and learning to change your lifestyle to improve your sex life.
Amir Mohebbi is a proud Iranian-American currently completing his psychiatry residency at St. Louis University. He trained under mentorship from world-renowned forensic psychiatrists, Drs. William J. Newman and Brian J. Holoyda, whom co=authored a review related to his interests in sleep medicine and forensics entitled “Sexsomnia as a Defense in Repeated Sex Crimes”.
Dr. Mohebbi presented his work alongside an expert panel consisting of forensic psychiatrists at the American Psychiatric Association 175th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. He earned his medical degree from St. Louis University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of California, Irvine.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Is there a medical treatment for those who find sex painful?
- Looking at the issues that cause sex to be painful
- How menopause can affect sex and sexuality
- Looking at medical prescriptions and if they can help
- Analyzing the effectiveness of Viagra and other medicines for erectile dysfunction
- Understanding that Viagra won’t help with the root cause of the issue
- How a healthy lifestyle can drastically improve erections
- Adapting your sexual life around hormonal changes
- How chronic iron deficiency can affect sexual desire
- Learning to change your lifestyle to improve your sex life
Head to Nazanin’s Instagram from Friday 4th September for a new cooking challenge she is doing, focusing on enhancing your sensuality and libido!
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