Cellular Medicine Association February 2018

The Mystery of Orgasm and HowWe Can Help Part 2 of a 7-Part Series A video of this interview, in its entirety, may be viewed at the following webpage: Oshot.com/ about-orgasms

Charles Runels: So, when you say you helped them, specifically, what do they say is better about their life because their sex is better? I think you sort of said it already with relationships, but can you expand on that? Can you think of a story of someone, something someone told you about what happened with their life?

their relationship. I hear from patients whose life goes better when their sex life is better. They get along better with their significant other, just life is better when people are having good sex. Charles Runels: Isn't that interesting. I have people tell me that they're not as ... they sleep better, they think better, their work goes better. Do you hear

This is a good one to show to your patients. The 30-minute conversation touches on all of the following topics: 1. Medications that may interfere with orgasm 2. Surgical causes of problems with orgasm 3. Why gynecologists may avoid talking about sex 4. The best treatments for depression that won’t interfere with orgasm 5. Does hysterectomy interfere with orgasm? 6. Medical causes of problems with orgasm Partial Transcript Dr. Amy Brenner: That's what I used to tell people too. I think it's because in OB/GYN there's a lot of education going on by drug reps rather than doctors seeking out their own answers. Up until five years ago I didn't think there was a problem with birth control pills or SSRIs or sleeping pills, let alone what it does to your sex life. Charles Runels: So, talk to me — back to the sex part and the orgasm part, before we get into the details of the way you think about the hormones, the different medicines, because you just mentioned SSRIs, which to interpret for some of our people, so you're referring to some of the antidepressants. Before we get into the details, tell me more about some of the things that you hear women tell you about how orgasm problems, however you want to define that, interfere with their life. Either difficulty having one or can't have one. Dr. Amy Brenner: Well, I think just women's sex lives and their libido and their relationship with their significant other is a huge part of

Dr. Amy Brenner: Well, I think I told you about this one patient that always comes to mind of... as a couple, I treated both the husband and the wife. Her exact words were, "You're the only person that's helped me. I haven't had good sex and

we've basically had a sex-less marriage just until you helped me because I was having pain with sex and it be-came this vicious circle of I had pain and I didn't want to have sex and it didn't feel good so I never did it. And it created emotional distance with my husband." With some things we did with hormones and the O-Shot® procedure for her and the P-Shot® procedure for him, basically they rekindled things and things were better than ever. Charles Runels: So, when you say rekindled, tell me more what that looks like in their house. What did it look like? Dr. Amy Brenner: Well, I guess for them it's not really rekindled, it was just started to begin with, because she basically said they had a sexless marriage because of issues with pain. Charles Runels: So, now they're having intimacy and they're happier together? Dr. Amy Brenner: Going to Cancun with just the two of them. End of Transcript To see the video and complete transcript of this interview, go to the following webpage: Oshot.com/about-orgasms

those things? Can you elaborate on that or am I making that up? Dr. Amy Brenner: I think that the patients that are coming in, it's more of the negatives of things aren't as good because I'm not having good sex. Or I don't want to have sex or sex is painful. It can create controversy in a marriage. It can create disappointment and frustration. I'm hearing more of these are the negative things than that type of thing, of what's missing and please help me because it's not good. Charles Runels: And then after they get well, what do these women tell you that's different about their life? Dr. Amy Brenner: They may tell me I'm the best doctor ever. Charles Runels: Because what's happening in their life. I know they love you. Dr. Amy Brenner: Because we helped them and we're willing to look outside of the box when their other doctor may have said that's just part of getting old and that's just how it is.




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