No matter what your level of sexual experience there are some questions we all think about from time to time.
After all, we all want to feel like we have a normal and fulfilling sex life.
One question which often bothers people is about how often you should be having sex with your partner.
Daily, weekly, monthly?
How often is enough or too much?
Well, the Daily Star spoke to Jess Wilde, one of the UK’s most well-known sexperts, who has appeared as the resident expert on E4’s The Sex Clinic.
Jess explained: “Couples should have sex as often as they want to.
“There is no prescribed minimum or maximum amount of intercourse a couple should or shouldn’t be having.
“As long as both people are happy with the frequency and type of intercourse they’re having, then that’s the right amount. (Although I’d argue that if you’re having sex so often you’re forgetting to eat, you might be doing it too much!)”
She continued: “If you feel that you and your partner have different sex drives (one of you wants sex more than the other) then I’d recommend making space to have a really honest conversation about this.
“Is it the intercourse itself that’s important, or simply enjoying regular sexual relief?”
She added: “Have you/your partner noticed a change in sex drive?
“Is there anything else going on outside of the relationship which could be impacting on libido?”
Finally, Jess noted: “Remember, your partner is not solely responsible for your orgasms, and I highly recommend that couples still masturbate independently and continue to explore their sexuality alone, as well as together, in order to maintain a healthy sexual relationship.”