I Married a Dick Doctor, Who Fixes Women Too by Madeline Zech Ruiz (Sponsored Post)

I Married a Dick Doctor, Who Fixes Women Too by Madeline Zech Ruiz - Health Perfecto

 A lighthearted approach to the serious matter of urological health.

I Married a Dick Doctor, Who Fixes Women Too by Madeline Zech Ruiz (Sponsored Post) – Health Perfecto

Everything you wanted to know about human plumbing but was afraid to ask!

      This is a great book for anyone interested in knowing the basics of how everything “down there” works and that there are medical answers to most urological problems. As author Madeline Zech Ruiz says, “If you own a vagina or a penis, you need to read this book!”
In her amusing urology handbook, Ruiz argues that it’s well past time for society to get over its discomfort regarding our plumbing system. She not only provides critical information about that system for both men and women but she also encourages readers to be proactive participants in keeping it healthy.
The author includes her own journey as a urologist’s wife living in the small town of McAllen, Texas who is constantly fielding questions from strangers and loved ones alike—at first, somewhat gingerly, but eventually embracing her role as a human conduit between the patient and her highly skilled doctor/husband.
Ruiz employs an accessible style with colorful phrases scattered throughout; for instance, she uses a analogies to detail the various urology subspecialties—her husband specializes in reconstructive surgery—and describes a weak urine flow thus, “his pee stream was sounding more like a slow skipping rock across a very large pond.”
Other topics include penile prostheses, prostate health, vasectomies, kidney stones, and hormone replacement therapy. Of particular note are chapters covering diabetes, the effects of anesthesia, a neighbor’s alarming case of parasites, and pelvic floor therapy for women experiencing incontinence.
In this last instance, Ruiz explains that the woman’s muscles necessary for developing continence are the same that one uses for holding in flatulence. She describes that her doctor husband “actually made the word ‘fart’ sound as though it were the harp in an orchestra” when discussing the necessary muscle exercises.
Impressively, the book has already been translated into 13 languages. This may allow the author to break taboos globally for the sake of improving both men’s and women’s health. A very educational and entertaining read!

Available on Amazon: 
https://www.imarriedadickdoctor.com/order.html

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