Dr Steve does a solo show, then Intern Jesse shows up. Hilarity ensues. They mostly answer a bunch of medical questions. Jesse is a good kid. The end.
Testing for STDs can be complicated. Kidney stones are pretty simple, but the medical profession can make them complicated. We have a huge storm and Nigel's call about his nuts gets deleted by an act of God.
Back to our roots, we answer a ton of listener questions. The title has nothing to do with anything, it just never stops making us laff.
How to translate Big Jo into English; Clogged pipes and prostate health; erectile dysfunction and change of venue; James calls about the calcium score, and more.
Dr Steve, Dr Scott, and Lady Diagnosis discuss a new weight loss device that dumps food from the stomach into a toilet. Also data on a testosterone supplement. Delayed orgasm. Toes.
Dr Steve, Dr Scott and Lady Di_agnosis talk about stuff. They actually try to answer medical questions but get stumped. Twice. Hilarity ensues.
Dr Scott had surgery and it was pretty gruesome. Lady Diagnosis has a friend with a weird problem. Nick from DallasNovelty.com discusses sex toys for the disabled.
Dr Steve relives the past, and it ain't pretty. Dr Scott reads negative reviews and everyone makes fun of "Mountain Monsters." EKGs are discussed somewhere in there.
Friends and fans of Greg "Gvac" Petraitis discuss the loss of our sorely missed friend. We'll get back to the funny next week, but this week was for us. Thank you for your support during this impossible time.
With the untimely passing of our dear friend Gvac, we take a brief break until we can talk without breaking down constantly. Be back next week. Enclosed is a brief segment from Dr Steve's appearance on SiriusXM to discuss this tragic event.
Our new friend Rebel Lynn (@TheRebelLynn on twitter) talks about Fibromyalgia and Dr Steve discusses novel treatments.
(This is the last show our friend Gvac was on. He will be so missed. More soon.)
Dr Anthony Youn discusses plastic surgery and his book: "The Age Fix." Also PA John stuns everyone with his savant-like hip hop improv skillz.
A guy who may have cured his own diabetes by doing something almost no one does. Robert Kelly recap. Why does Rich Vos dump on Dr Steve? Benadryl and dementia risk.
Dr Steve and Dr Scott debate empiricism vs "just take this and shut up." New FDA cholesterol medicine indication withdrawal. Gluten sensitivity. Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain. Stuff like that.
No wonder we haven't sold out the etncomedy.com show April 23rd, the city is conspiring against us! Also we discuss acupuncture for asthma (spoiler: don't substitute for "standard" treatment) and a bloody navel.
We're on vacation so here's a bonus episode with questions about taint cysts and Dr Scott crooning off key in his Bob-Dylan-from-the-late-60s-voice.
I'm on vacation and all I can remember is we talked to a guy about his wife's awful bowels. I think. Anyway, enjoy! F- PA John!
Elliott has asthma and seeks Eastern Advice. Phuong has rectal cancer and posed for a calendar. Also adult ADD. Kind of an eclectic show.
From "natural" treatments for reflux esophagitis to a guy with a prolapsed rectum, this episode has it all. Plus female coital emissions.
Lady Diagnosis really wanted that bottle of wine, and all she got was one crummy glass and a stalker out of the deal. We also discuss medical questions, but boobs are more important.
Ken from BristolBrew.com wonders if he can knock up his wife (SPOILER: Probably). Testicular cancer and low T. The magical world some people live in, who think you can't get an STD from oral sex.
Dr Steve and crew discuss smoking cessation, lymphedema, meditation techniques, milky discharge with bowel movements, cellulitis, and pregnancy after chemo.
Our friend, Esther Ku, has a very interesting medical condition. Also, the risk of certain over-the-counter medications. Gvac didn't take very good notes so that's all I've got.]
Dr Steve and crew discuss post-acute withdrawal syndrome, Hashimoto thyroiditis in Eastern and Western Medicine, ripped cawk skin, and the ever-present TTGR calculation.