Sexual Satisfaction For Moms Video

Leah Remini, actress and co-host of The Talk, and urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman join The Doctors Motherhood Survival Club with OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson to discuss sexual satisfaction for moms.
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Sexual Satisfaction for Moms Dr. Lisa: It’s time for Doctors Motherhood Survival Club where bring together celebrity moms, doctor moms, and viewer moms from across the country to get together and talk about the biggest issues on our minds. So please welcome the newest members of our club, one of the hosts of the new day time talk show The Talk, Leah Remini, and neurologist and sexual health expert Dr. Jennifer Berman. Welcome ladies, how are you doing? Leah Remini: I should have shaved if only you told me this was open completely. Just got it right. Dr. Jennifer Berman: Good. Dr. Lisa: We also have the members of one of our viewer clubs here with us, they call themselves the Motivated Mamas, please welcome Heather, Anna, and Mona. I love that name Motivated Mamas. That’s good, isn’t it? Alright, so we’re going to get to you in just a minute but I want to hear about The Talk. Tell me what’s about? Leah Remini: Alright. The Talk, well, it’s just a bunch of moms like you guys. And we premiere October 18th on CBS. Dr. Lisa: So Monday. Leah Remini: And there are six of us. Yeah. Dr. Lisa: Wow! Leah Remini: Lot a loud mouthed moms. Dr. Lisa: Alright. So let’s get to the topic ladies because it’s kind of fun and I love this new in the first topic, the new sex survey that just came out is the most comprehensive since 1994 and it tells us what happens behind those closed doors, you know in the bedroom. Okay, according to the survey, 85% of men bragged and of course they’re going to brag that their latest sexual partner had an orgasm. That’s 85% of men, 85% of men. Really? I mean where are we starting from there. It’s like, “Okay, but only 64% of women reported having an orgasm the last time they had sex. So there is a huge gap there. First of all, I don’t think it’s really 85% in the first place. But what do you think is going on here? Dr. Jennifer Berman: Well, a couple of things probably. One is communication. Second, which is one of the fundamental differences between male and female sexuality, it's hard to tell unless we’re swinging from the chandelier as pulling you know when Harry met Sally, to give that on credit. Dr. Lisa: But at least do things. Dr. Jennifer Berman: They go always no. Dr. Lisa: Do you think they’re maybe faking it though? Leah Remini: I mean, I don’t know I mean because I don’t pay. I don’t do anything if you know I’m not getting some out of it but I just want to sure one thing. I just feel like it’s not as important to women. Women just don’t care so much. Dr. Jennifer Berman: And we’re not so orgasm focused. The intimacy, the connection-- Dr. Lisa: Right. More about into -- Dr. Jennifer Berman: The relationship itself, it doesn’t always have to end in climax. Leah Remini: I just feeling they’re lucky to be having sex with us, and they just -- Dr. Lisa: Let's hear from one of our Motivated Mamas. Heather, what do you think? Heather: I think when in your 20s, you’re more inclined to maybe lie or act like he did a little more than he did just to stroke his ego a little more. Leah Remini: We’re nicer in that way. It was great. It was fantastic -- I did my thing. Heather: Yeah, but now in 30s and all that is out the door. Dr. Lisa: I think you need to give men sort of an owner’s manual to our individual bodies because each one is different. and what a lot of men are looking and what a lot of women are looking for-- Dr. Lisa: Oh, no. Is this I’m going to be some kind of things-- Heather: This is anatomy. Okay. No just as a female anatomy and let’s get -- pass it on over Jen there. Dr. Lisa: So what we’re going to do, we’re going to a little quiz here. So where do you --can you tell me how to find G or where is the G pot. Leah Remini: I don’t know where it is. Who cares? Dr. Jennifer Berman: It's npot all about the G spot. Leah Remini: --G-spot like eww, like and you going to find it believe me with that attitude. Dr. Lisa: Extactly! Dr. Jennifer Berman: Look, if this is the uterus, this is the vagina. I have my li

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