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Couple’s 4-step Guide to Greater Intimacy & Better Sex

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: Having sex is an extremely intimate experience, and it can help hold a couple together.
Air Date: 7/30/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Mohit Khera, MD & Mary Jo Rapini, LPC
Mary Jo RapiniMary Jo Rapini has appeared on the national scene on The Steve Harvey Show, The Today Show, Nightline, Dateline, Montel and in two seasons of the TLC series, Big Medicine. She contributes on-air for CNN's Prime News, CBS up to the Minute, and Fox National Morning News. Mary Jo was also featured in a Discovery Channel show about Near Death Experiences (first air date Jan. 4, 2010). Locally, she appears on KRIV Fox 26 Houston in her own segment, Mind, Body & Soul with Mary Jo, and on Saturday morning's Relationship Challenge.

Mary Jo is a contributing expert for Cosmopolitan Magazine, Women's Health, First, New York Daily News, Seventeen Magazine, Redbook, YourTango.com, MiddlesexMD.com and Self Magazine's "Love and Relationship" section. Additionally, she is a "City Bright" blogger for the Houston Chronicle, and is a contributing columnist for HealthNewsDigest.com, Prime Living Magazine and Houston Family Magazine.

Dr KheraMohit Khera, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H., Associate Professor, is the Director of the Laboratory for Andrology Research at McNair Medical Institute, Baylor College of Medicine. He is also the Medical Director of the Executive Health Program at Baylor. Dr. Khera is a Board-certified urologist specializing in male infertility, male and female sexual dysfunction, and declining testosterone levels in aging men. Dr. Khera's research focuses on the efficacy of botulinum toxin type A in treating Peyronie's disease as well as genetic and epigenetic studies on post-finasteride syndrome patients and testosterone replacement therapy.
Couple’s 4-step Guide to Greater Intimacy & Better Sex
As many as 80 percent of couples suffer from a sexual problem, whether it's lack of desire, erectile dysfunction, vaginal dryness or an inability to orgasm.

And, many of these couples don't seek help.

What are the four steps couples can follow for greater intimacy and better sex?

  1. Improve communication skills inside and outside the bedroom
  2. Get ready
  3. Re-establish intimacy and contact
  4. Go for better sex

Mohit Khera, MD, and Mary Jo Rapini, LPC, share the four-step guide to greater intimacy and better sex.
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