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Testosterone Roundtable – Overview of Low Testosterone  (Part 1)
Testosterone Roundtable – Overview of Low Testosterone (Part 1)
Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh invites Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg and Dr. Ajay Nehra to join in a roundtable discussion of the many aspects of low testosterone, also called hypergonadism. In this segment the doctors provide an overview of low testosterone. Andropause, or male menopause, is also discussed.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Symptoms (Part 2)
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Symptoms (Part 2)
Dr. Ridwan and colleagues continue the low testosterone discussion in this segment focused on helping men identify low testosterone symptoms. Common symptoms of low testosterone may include low libido or reduced sexual desire, erectile dysfunction (ED), low energy level or fatigue, and memory issues. Often a patient’s spouse or partner is instrumental in recommending medical evaluation, as the symptoms may present slowly over time.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Risks (Part 3)
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Risks (Part 3)
Dr. Ridwan and the doctors further explain low testosterone, focusing on the larger medical risks and health implications of untreated low testosterone. The proven links between sexual health, cardiac disease, and cardiovascular disease are highlighted, as well as the affect on overall longevity. Low T, or low testosterone, can impact quality of life and sexual wellbeing, as well as increase the likelihood of conditions such as diabetes and obesity.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Testosterone Roundtable – Diagnosing Low Testosterone  (Part 4)
Testosterone Roundtable – Diagnosing Low Testosterone (Part 4)
In exploring the vast symptoms of low testosterone, Dr. Ridwan and the doctors explain the process of evaluating testosterone level. Testosterone level is measured through a morning blood test. A low testosterone diagnosis is made only after a thorough discussion of symptoms. Viewer questions are fielded during this segment, including a request for clarification about the consistency of testosterone level throughout a man’s life and the exact definition of low testosterone, borderline testosterone, and testosterone range.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Treatment Options (Part 5)
Testosterone Roundtable – Low Testosterone Treatment Options (Part 5)
Dr. Ridwan and his colleagues provide an overview of low testosterone treatment options. Testosterone replacement therapy, or hormone replacement therapy, can be administered in a variety of formats, including testosterone injections. Patient benefits, risks, and even insurance coverage all play a role in choosing the right testosterone replacement therapy. Some risks of testosterone replacement are discussed including prostate cancer risk and breast cancer risk, as well as the careful monitoring of these patients through Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) screening.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Testosterone Roundtable – Hypergonadism and Testosterone Replacement Therapy (Part 6)
Testosterone Roundtable – Hypergonadism and Testosterone Replacement Therapy (Part 6)
Dr. Ridwan, Dr. Rosenberg, and Dr. Nehra conclude their low testosterone discussion by stressing the importance of doctors working together, including primary physicians and specialists, to develop the best treatment protocol for a patient. Quick reminders of low testosterone action steps are re-capped here to help patients continue the discussion with an expert medical professional.
Guests: Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, Dr. Ajay Nehra,
Low Testosterone - Successful Treatment of Low Testosterone
Low Testosterone - Successful Treatment of Low Testosterone
A patient of Dr. Ridwan's discusses his struggle with low testosterone and his successful treatment.

Guests: Nick
Cataracts and Eye Health
Cataracts and Eye Health
Dr. Ridwan and his guest expert Dr Lama Al-Aswad discuss cataracts and eye health.

Guests: Dr Lama Al-Aswad
Erectile Dysfunction - Introduction (Part 1)
Erectile Dysfunction - Introduction (Part 1)
Dr. Ridwan Shabsigh, host of the Dr. Ridwan Show, introduces this episode about erectile dysfunction (ED).  In this episode viewers will learn about the causes of ED, the effect it plays on the man and his partner, and the various methods that are used to treat the condition.
Erectile Dysfunction - About Erectile Dysfunction (Part 2)
Erectile Dysfunction - About Erectile Dysfunction (Part 2)
Dr. Ridwan introduces his guest experts for this episode, including:
  • Dr. Culley Carson, Rhodes Distinguished Professor; Chief of Urology
    University of North Carolina
  • Dr. Issam Moussa, Inverventional Cardiologist
    University of Texas, Health Sciences
  • Dr. Marian Dunn, Associate Professor of Psychology
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
  • Dr. Greg Ribakove, Director of Cardiothoracic Surgery
    Maimonides Medical Center
Erectile Dysfunction - What is Erectile Dysfunction? (Part 3)
Erectile Dysfunction - What is Erectile Dysfunction? (Part 3)
Dr. Ridwan and his guest experts discuss the medical definition of erectile dysfunction, ways of recognizing the condition, and its prevalence among men with risk factors such as obesity and cardiovascular disease.
Erectile Dysfunction - Causes of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 4)
Erectile Dysfunction - Causes of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 4)
Dr. Ridwan and his guest experts discuss the physical and psychological causes behind erectile dysfunction.
Erectile Dysfunction - Causes of Erectile Dysfunction Continued (Part 5)
Erectile Dysfunction - Causes of Erectile Dysfunction Continued (Part 5)
Dr. Ridwan and his guest experts continue their discussion about the causes of erectile dysfunction (ED), placing emphasis on the link between ED and cardiovascular disease.
Erectile Dysfunction - Non-Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 6)
Erectile Dysfunction - Non-Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 6)
Dr. Ridwan and his guest experts discuss the non-surgical treatment options for managing erectile dysfunction (ED).  Typical treatments include the use of medications such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, and penile injections.  Emphasis is also placed on managing overall health to reduce the effect of cardiovascular causes of ED.
Erectile Dysfunction - Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 7)
Erectile Dysfunction - Surgical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 7)
Dr. Ridwan and Dr. Carson discuss penile implants, a surgical treatment option for patients who have tried non-surgical methods without success.
Erectile Dysfunction - Successful Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 8)
Erectile Dysfunction - Successful Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (Part 8)
A patient of Dr. Ridwan's discusses his struggle with erectile dysfunction and his decision to undergo a penile implant surgery.
Erectile Dysfunction - Erectile Dysfunction Action Tools (Part 9)
Erectile Dysfunction - Erectile Dysfunction Action Tools (Part 9)
Dr. Ridwan provides a list of important information that all men should know about erectile dysfunction prevention and methods of treatment.
Introduction
Introduction
Dr. Ridwan introduces his show on men's health, "Why Are Men Dying Younger and Suffering More?", and introduces his experts, Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman and Dr. Richard Sadovsky.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
Action Tools On Mens Health
Action Tools On Mens Health
Dr. Ridwan and his panels discusses action tools for men’s health, such as Ridwan's own men’s health calculator. They offer practical advice to men and their partners in monitoring their health.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
Do Men Have a Biological Clock?
Do Men Have a Biological Clock?
Dr. Ridwan and the experts discuss men and the effects of their biological clocks, how they differ or resemble women's biological clocks.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
Link Between Sexual Health
Link Between Sexual Health
Dr. Ridwan and the experts discuss the heart/hormone connection to men’s health as indicators for concern. Such indicators include erectile dysfunction and heart disease.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
Mens Health Q&A
Mens Health Q&A
Dr. Ridwan and the experts discuss viewers questions on various topics.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
What Does Science Say About Men's Health?
What Does Science Say About Men's Health?
Dr. Ridwan and the experts discuss men’s life expectancy, genetic differences and their susceptibility to illnesses.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky
Why is There so Much Interest in Men's Health?
Why is There so Much Interest in Men's Health?
Dr. Ridwan and the experts discuss men’s health statistics, common diseases that afflict them more than women and the health differences between genders.
Guests: Dr. Harry Fisch, Dr. Michael A. Perelman, Dr. Richard Sadovsky