Any woman is likely to encounter menopause in their life. This stage usually represents the beginning of non-reproductive years. It is destined to happen for any woman as they grow older. The experiences of this stage are different for every woman and Dr. David Samadi makes it very evident as he speaks about what to expect in order for them to smoothly transition through this stage. Menopause should be expected at any point between mid-40 to mid-50. Some common signs that menopause is approaching for women are hot flashes and irregular periods. Other symptoms may be extreme mood swings and pain at the joints or muscles. Osteoporosis is a common condition that may come about due to menopause. This is because calcium levels are affected by the reduction of estrogen in the body. To prevent this condition, Dr. David Samadi advises an intake of calcium rich products, exercising and increasing the intake of supplements that have vitamin D.
Dr. David Samadi goes ahead and gives advice on men’s sexual health. If men do not take care of themselves, they are likely to suffer from depression and erectile dysfunctions in future. He advises men to eat healthily, exercise regularly, visit their doctors for checkups every year, learn to manage their stress, decrease alcohol intake and avoid smoking or engaging in other drugs such as heroin and cocaine. These things will assist one in having a proper sex life and performance for years on end.
As a urologic oncologist, Dr. David Samadi is well trained on robotic prostate and laparoscopic surgery. He is certified by a board. At the Lenox Hill Hospital, he is the robotic surgery chief and the urology chairman. He is also affiliated with Medical A-Team, a Fox News Channel, as a medical correspondent. He has specialized in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of kidney, prostate and bladder cancer. Dr. David Samadi was born in Iran. He studied in 3 different countries, the U.S., Belgium, and London. He graduated with his biochemistry degree from the Stony Brook University.
He later joined the Stony Brook School of Medicine for his M.D. He thereafter joined the Montefiore Medical Center for his urology training. For proctology advancement, he trained at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. For his fellowship, he practiced at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He has built his career through working for various Hospitals where he has held different positions. The places he has worked include Lenox Hill Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and the LIJ School of Medicine.