Could not having enough sex affect your health? The Doctors answer a viewer's question about whether there are any side effects of not having sex.
Sex & Relationships
The Doctors discuss whether a topical nitroglycerin gel, which contains an ingredient found in dynamite, can successfully treat erectile dysfunction.
Would you pass gas or pretend to pass gas to avoid getting hit on at the gym?
Is it ever appropriate to have sex at someone else's house while you are a houseguest? The Doctors weigh in on getting intimate while between someone else's sheets!
Could the pain in your big toe be a sign of erectile dysfunction?
The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to discuss urinary tract infections, and whether partners can pass them to each other, similar to a sexually transmitted disease.
The Doctors are discussing the report that January is the month of the year the more people step out on their relationship. According to an extramarital dating website, they experience a spike in activity on their site of 320 percent at the start of the n
According to a recent online survey the desired average number of minutes that women across the globe say they want sex to last is...
Could a shot that contains just four simple ingredients (that you may already have in your house) help with your sex life?
While discussing an incident of a wife finding out about her husband's alleged infidelity while in the air on a plane, The Doctors share tips on how to handle a volatile situation like discovering someone is cheating when children are present.