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The Doctors discuss how according to a new study one in four Americans who are in a relationship have a secret sex act in mind that they want to try but have not shared with their partner. The study also found that 40 percent of Americans dubbed themselves "kinky."
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon, who has been married for 30 years, admits to "mixing it up" from time to time in order to keep it spicy in the bedroom.
The Doctors note that one person's version of kinky could easily be another person's version of normal sex.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho says she feels that sharing your secret sex fantasies with your partner can help with the communication aspect of your relationship.
Check out the video below to find how increasing your sex life from once a month to once a week can help your relationship.