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The Doctors discuss a new pair of yoga pants on the market with a unique twist; it's designed for sex! The pants, by the brand Srirachas, have the aptly named "Srirachas Secret" hidden flap for easy access. The company acknowledges that 80% of the customers are men buying these for their partners!
The price is fitting; the pants are $69.69. The pants are recommended for parents who worry about kids walking in and interrupting them during sex, but plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon wonders, what about the guy?! OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry notes there are some benefits; use these pants when it's too cold to take your clothes off or if you've got a time crunch!
The Doctors polled their followers on Instagram, asking if they would wear yoga pants with a special opening for discreet intimacy. Only 23% said yes!
Here's one way to improve the actual sex: according to a study out of the University of California San Francisco, women who cycle more frequently report better experiences in the bedroom. The study looked at 31,000 women from major cycling, swimming and running associations and looked at their sexual and urinary health.
The cyclists were divided into two groups, high intensity and low intensity. The high-intensity group rode three times a week or more, 25 miles or plus, and the more miles they road, the better their sexual function and health!
Some men, even ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, who is an avid cycler, have worried that cycling too much can negatively affect sexual intimacy. However, another study came out that showed extended periods of cycling will not hurt men's sexual function. If you feel any numbness or other symptoms, then something is off, but otherwise, cycle away!
If you are going on long-distance rides, Dr. Travis recommends wearing good bike shorts, making sure you have a comfortable saddle, and if you chaff, get anti-chaffing products like butt butters!