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The secret to keeping it spicy in the bedroom might be using a pet name with your partner.
The Doctors share the results of a survey of over 1,000 adults, which found the use of a pet name like babe, honey, or cutie pie increased relationship satisfaction by 16 percent.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares she calls her husband "love" and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shares his wife calls him "bowser." The newly-married Dr. Travis Stork says he and his wife have yet to come up with pet names for each other.
Do you have a pet name for your partner?