Listen: This Beverly Hills urologist is spilling the beans
"Well, listen up. And yes women. As well. Because you love your men, and you really need to listen to this. Next segment. It's critical. Men in general. Do you not like to talk, and they don't like to talk when they go to the doctor. But there's one doctor who wants you to talk. His name is Dr deadly Dan off. He is the author of the ultimate guide to male sexual health. Beverly Hills top top urologist, and he is with us today. He has some information in tips that he wants everyone to listen because he feels there are so many ways that. 2019 can become your healthiest and sexiest year yet. And he does it with such humor. I loved that. Dr Dan off comes on and talks about sexuality. And does it with with a smile because I think it's such a serious subject. And I love that you have a sense of humor. Dr. Well, I guess if you're a urologist for more than twenty years, you have to have a sense of humor. Will you be right? And. You're always doing that. So let's talk about it, by the way, you are. You can't disclose who your clients are. But you you're in Beverly Hills. So we know that you're dealing with a lot of of celebrities. Well, that's true. But I can assure you they all put their pants on one leg at a time. And they just people some of them or most of them are, know, very, very nice. Some of them like some patients or people are less than nice. People. And if you treat them with respect and professionalism. They respond just like the man on street, right? Right. Why is it you say there are some questions that every man that that men should ask when they go into their doctors. And why is it that men are? So is it our culture is at a cultural thing or amend this shy with urologist around the world while I think it's around the world. I I don't think men are mckay's mo-. They went to catch the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. They don't want to admit any frailties weaknesses, and they certainly don't want to admit to any problem with their favorite, Oregon. So they are reluctant, and and I bring that out they usually turn as they're about to grab the doorknob to leave. And they say, you know, by the way, Dr and I absolutely know what's coming in having a little trouble. What do you think about that? So I just think it's, you know, no woman would miss her year. Early Pap smear or mammogram. But a a man hard to get him to get his prostate exam is usually PSA prostate. The health is is the is the key to a healthy sex life that one in seven people men in America will get prostate cancer in their lifetime. And it's the second most common cause of death prostate cancer, so fellas get your yearly digital rectal in your PSA at CU urologist. This is there is you know, I think you said years ago on my program that one of the saddest things is when you hear hear about someone dying from prostate cancer in this day and age because it's so it's so ridiculous. Well, it is it is ridiculous because with our advancements PSA at a sophisticated diagnostic techniques that we have and the robotic surgery. The early diagnosis of prostate cancer makes it essentially curable, and it's only those fellas that slip through the cracks. It would be very rare. I find a very early prostate cancer, not be able to cure it. There are many men that walk around with small what we call almost non malignant prostate cancers, and they can't for many years. We have those men what we call our active surveillance group in which we watched him look for certain signs and Marcus, but don't any treatment at all and go on to live a healthy life. We want our patients to die. You know with prostate cancer, not prostate cancer."