The Doctors discuss one sexpert’s claim that ten days after a woman ovulates, in the mid-afternoon, is the best time for emotionally satisfying sex
The Doctors discuss a study which claims that hormone levels in both men and women peak in the afternoon and can be the optimal time for sex.
While discussing the surprising instances of therapists and patients having sex, marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson shares if she believes it is ever appropriate for a patient to be involved with their therapist romantically or sexually.
Marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson and The Doctors examine how one study found that 12 percent of therapists have sex with their patients.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answer a viewer question about whether is it ever safe to use essential oils as a sexual lubricant.
The Doctors share how keeping a condom in your wallet can dramatically affect its effectiveness and possibly lead to a pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.
The Doctors are joined by Shelby, who recently went off of her birth control and is now experiencing a slew of side effects including acne, oily hair and weight gain.
Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz and The Doctors discuss the case of a man who endured constant and uncontrollable orgasms and reveals how this condition occurs and how it can be treated.
A viewer wants to know if she recently started dating someone and the sex was bad, is her relationship doomed?
If you have bad sex at the beginning of a relationship does it mean your relationship is bound to fail? We welcome psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to help answer this relationship conundrum.