#AskDrBob: Vasectomy

September 29, 2017

#AskDrBob – September 29th, 2017

These were the questions asked in this episode of #AskDrBob. Please click the blue box to view Dr. Bob’s answers. If you have any general health questions, please email us, askdrbob@druglessdoctor.com, and we will present it in an upcoming episode. Thank you!

Hi there, my husband had a vasectomy 16 years ago and experiences pain that he describes as “passing glass” whenever he ejaculates. Any recommendations? Thanks so much for your awesome website.

The ability to ejaculate is possible via the sympathetic nervous system. (More info in my Guide to Sex & Romance, and Men’s Health-The Basics)

“The sympathetic nervous system exerts a predominantly inhibitory effect upon GI muscle and provides a tonic inhibitory influence over mucosal secretion while, at the same time, regulates GI blood flow via neurally mediated vasoconstriction. The parasympathetic nervous system, in contrast, exerts both excitatory and inhibitory control over gastric and intestinal tone and motility.”

My daughter’s liver is sketchy. [It was the organ most affected when she contracted mono!]  She eats a lot of broccoli and cauliflower. Didn’t I hear you comment on backing off of sulfuric foods for liver?  What should she avoid and what should she add? Thank you! I appreciate your ministry!  

We promote sulfur foods to help the liver remove toxins in the body. You may consider liver enzyme testing (Contact Us). I would also make sure to have her stay away from sugar and fruit.

I would like to know if Dr. Bob has ever treated mycotoxins? I have labs showing 2 different mycotoxins ‘present’. Am ready to order an appointment but just wanted to know if it is something he treats.

We help a variety of challenges – and assist the body to become healthy naturally. Yeast and fungus growth is quite common today.

About two weeks ago my son when he started sleeping at night his hands turn really hot and I don’t know what to do for this any answers.  

It’s possible it can be liver stress – we see that commonly with hot feet.

Do you believe the benefits of a colonoscopy outweigh the risks?  Are there less invasive preventatives one should consider?

I typically suggest a colonoscopy when someone notices blood or mucus in their stools. (More info in video)

I’ve experienced styes in both of my eyes over the last few years and I’ve narrowed them down to the cause being me eating too many nuts. I’ve researched and asked Drs. If they know of any correlation between the two and it’s never been studied or heard of before. I reduced my intake of nuts and haven’t had any styes in at least a year, and now all of a sudden I have one again in my right eye.

Stye’s are common with a weak immune system. Sugar, stress, and yeast are common culprits. We use Caprin for yeast and Agrisept-L for a long-term product to support the immune system.


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