Improving Male Sexuality, Fertility and Testosterone
- Narrated by: Dan Purser MD
- Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-26-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Dan Purser, MD
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You know you must have low testosterone, but the docs keep telling you you're wrong. Find out why and how to make it all better. Dr. Purser uses his 30 years of practice experience and huge knowledge base to engagingly detail how you (the patient or the physician) can properly figure out low testosterone, zero libido (sex drive), and low sperm count, then how to properly (according to research and the medical literature) treat both plus get your libido running on high again (like when you were 25 and healthy). You'll quickly see why he's always voted as the most popular speaker at the many conferences at which he speaks each year! He gives the perspective of someone who's done years of endocrinology research, written tons of books on all of this, and been involved in three decades of practice. As a patient you know you want more natural options considered first (something most doctors don't seem to have a clue about), and Dr. Purser details those options (and exactly how to discover what you're low in) and references the literature as to why these must be looked at. His info is up to date (even cutting edge), easy to follow (even for physicians), and gets to the real root of the problem - you'll see why he also takes care of a lot of physicians. He leaves no stone unturned. Have your doctor (and you) follow his advice, and hopefully you'll get better quick, feel better, have better sex, and live longer with this prescribed approach. Listen and enjoy!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Joshua B. Mooneyham on 04-29-16
What did you like best about Improving Male Sexuality, Fertility and Testosterone? What did you like least?
Good information. the reading was choppy and disconnected which got annoying.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Dan Purser, MD?
I appreciate it when the authors read their own books
Any additional comments?
Poor recording, good information.
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