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Ask Dr. Oz Season 4: Post op #1 - Sex Drive

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An audience member asks Dr. Oz how she can improve her sex drive.

Dr. Oz answers that sex drive changes over time, and that some people blame the loss in drive over the emotional attachment they have to the people in their lives, and that's part of the course, but Dr. Oz notes that when people get older, hormones play a much more compelling role in this loss.

Dr. Oz further explains that women lose testosterone faster than men during menopause, and the result of this loss during menopause can include a loss in that woman's sex drive as well.

Dr. Oz suggests that the audience member get a blood test to see if her numbers are low.

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