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We’re publishing the nitty-gritty answers to the most detailed questions you have for Dr Amy:
To start things off we are approaching the most obvious – if we want a good sexual experience during COVID how do we go about it?
What is sex, when will I know if I’m ready and what should I expect? Ask Dr Amy goes into the detail in our latest blog.
The ‘sexpectations’ we have around orgasms are endless. Ask Dr Amy breaks down some of the expectations and pressures we have around sexual satisfaction.
Difficulties and worries about sex have been a common theme in questions to Ask Dr Amy. Today, we are going to talk about those concerns and where to go to for help if you need it.
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