Suzanne Somers: I Have Sex Twice a Day!

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Suzanne Somers sent an indirect message to Miley Cyrus this week: Think again, youngin!

A few days after Miley told Matt Lauer that she's heard sex stops after one turns 40, Somers appeared on The Talk and shared some very personal information with the hosts.

The 66-year old was asked how often she gets it on with her husband of 36 years and replied: "He's on hormones and I'm on hormones," adding that the couple has intercourse "a couple times a day."

No, not a week, people. A DAY!

The audience erupted with applause at this announcement, to which Somers laughed and said:

"I'm going to be sorry I said that. What is it about men at four in the morning? And then I'm really awake around eight or so. We have busy mornings."

Somers was on hand to promote her new book, "I’m Too Young for This!: The Natural Hormone Solution to Enjoy Perimenopause," and it sounds like she could have offered some advice months ago to Bruce and Kris Jenner.

It's too late now, though.

Dr ramsey

Sex twice a day? Why not? Its great exercise and keeps your tissues invigorated and your intimate life alive! Isn't that what we all want? I remember about 16-17 years ago, women would flood into my office with Suzanne's earlier books tucked underneath their arms wanting the same treatment. We didn't learn this in medical school so I started my studies and will continue for as long as I'm in practice. As a physician, replacing lost hormones is the most rewarding practice I could have imagined. Once a patient called because she "pulled out their hip" while making love in the kitchen for the third time that day. It is such a vital part of our lives and too many people go without it because they are told to "expect getting old.” As a physician, an aspect just as important as quality of life, is prevention. Heart disease, memory loss, alzheimer's disease, bone loss and cancer are all linked to lower risks in the literature when we replace hormones as we age. We become doctors because we want to help people to feel well and live longer and healthier. There is not another branch of medicine that does it as well as replacing hormones.
~ Dr. Ramsey