DAVID FOLK THOMAS: You need a doctor to prescribe
KEN ROSENBERG, MD: You need a doctor to prescribe,
and I would say you need an educated doctor to make sure you don't have
any cardiac side effects, because it could be a serious, if not dangerous
drug if taken incorrectly.
DAVID FOLK THOMAS: Along these lines, Dr. Filewich,
to wrap up, somebody out there is having performance anxiety, unable to
get an erection, who do they seek out for help? How do they go about
ROBERT J. FILEWICH, PhD: They'll go to a certified
sex psychologist or psychiatrist, or a psychologist or psychiatrist who
has had experience in this particular area, to make sure that they're well-referred
and that they're people who are qualified, because you can go to someone
who really isn't that well-educated or trained in the area and they can
give you some misinformation that actually might be harmful.
DAVID FOLK THOMAS: There you have it. I want
to thank my guests, Dr. Robert J. Filewich and Dr. Ken Rosenberg, for coming
by. Our topic has been performance anxiety, and we hope you're learned
something here on this webcast. I'm David Folk Thomas. We'll
see you next time.