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Menopause

     At some period in women life, they’ll undergo menopause transition. Menopause is when a woman, doesn’t have a menstrual cycle for a year. It’s experienced by every woman as they age. It marks the end of women’s reproductive years. Each woman encounter with menopause is different. Others could have a few plus moderately minor symptoms; others could have a journey that’s more dramatic like vaginal dryness, weight gain, or hot flashes.

Women should consult a healthcare professional to guide them through this phase of life and make the transition smooth. Most women stop getting a period between ages 45-55. Their average menopause age is 51. Their genetics often determine this; other factors are chemotherapy or smoking, which could accelerate ovary decline, leading to early menopause.

Perimenopause is a time of the life of a woman shortly before the menopause occurrence. A woman’s body begins the menopause process.

 

Sexually Healthy Men Behaviors

Being active sexually is one thing, but being sexually active plus healthy plus healthy is another thing. For men, that’s crucial. Most men love sex; they can engage in this enjoyable experience daily if they can.

However, if a man is not taking good care of himself, he could see sex in his 20s is not the same as sex two decades later. Problems could arise, like enlarged prostate, depression, or erectile dysfunction. Sexual problems prevention is possible; regular exercise will boost endorphins released, and this increases libido, energy, and confidence.

Choose healthful foods; eat food low in fat, loaded with nutrients, filled with antioxidants for keeping your “sexual ” system in perfect working order. Eat a balanced diet. Also, have an annual checkup, cut back on alcohol, practice Kegel exercises, have an annual checkup, stop smoking, learn stress management, and never do illegal drugs.

Dr. David Samadi has a degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University, an M.D from S.U.N.Y, the medical school of Stony Brook University in 1994. Dr. David Samadi finished his urology postgraduate training at the Montefiore Medical Center plus proctology at Einstein in 1996, plus Montefiore Medical Center, NY in 2000.

Dr. David Samadi is an urologic oncologist, who is board-certified. He’s trained in traditional, open, and laparoscopic surgery. He’s a specialist in robotic prostate surgery. He’s a medical correspondent for Medical A-Team, which is a Fox News Channel. Dr. David Samadi works at Lenox Hill Hospital as Chief of Robotic Surgery.

 

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