Femenino 1: Mi marido es muy feliz,,en,entonces usted debe estar disfrutando el sexo,,en,Esto hace una diferencia,,en,Uno se siente bien consigo mismo,,en,y que en realidad no saben lo que es,,en,Por lo que recurren a las píldoras,,en,me siento genial,,en,Estoy teniendo,,en,y el peso sube,,en,Simplemente no veo que en mi futuro,,en,Así que creo que he conseguido todos esos beneficios de la terapia destinada,,en,Oh si,,en. [Laughter].

Masculino 1: I’ve noticed I sleep better, and other activities in bed are definitely improving without a doubt.

Femenino 2: If you’re not dead, then you should be enjoying sex. This makes a difference. You feel good about yourself.

Femenino 1: And now I feel like it has saved my marriage.

Masculino 1: I think there is a feeling out there with middle-aged men that they are definitely losing something, and they don’t really know what it is. So they turn to pills, drugs that are really more used for erectile dysfunction, when, in fact, it’s relatively unknown that the actual levels of testosterone in their body are what’s causing these symptoms.

Femenino 1: I didn’t know how good it would be after, and now I just feel like, wow, I can’t live without it.

Femenino 3: Sexually, I feel great. I’m having, you know, just more energy, I guess, and just – I feel like I did when I was in my twenties – let’s put it that way.

Masculino 1: Sex drive goes down with antidepressants, and weight goes up. I just don’t see that in my future. So I think I’ve gotten all of those benefits of the intended therapy, without any of the side effects.

Femenino 1: [Laughter]. Oh yes, my husband is very happy.