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The Doctors are asking the important and sexy question of – moaner, screamer or silent?
According to sex expert Dr. Pam Spur, the noises you make while between the sheets can explain a great deal about your personality. According to sex expert, moaners are passionate and givers. She goes on to claim that screamers are out to prove themselves, showoffs and are also possibly dealing with some insecurities. As for the silent types, she says they are serious-minded and goal-oriented types.
The Doctors get candid and share the types of the noises that can be heard coming of out of their bedrooms. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon reveals that he’s “all of the above.”
“Why not? You’ve got to mix it up!” he proudly says. Doctors guest Rosie Mercado says she’s a moaner, explaining, “I love to let people know what I love.”
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says that “variety is the spice of life” when it comes to bedroom sounds. He notes that couples who have sex 1 to 2 times a week are reportedly the happiest in their relationships and also urges everyone to try and avoid faking excessive orgasm sounds.
Do your sex sounds match with Dr. Spurs' theories?