Need to get your libido back?

Loss of libido is a common problem affecting up to one in five men and even more women at some point in their life.

On Tuesday's show we'll be discussing female viagra ahead of its debut release in America next month. We'll also be taking your calls in our low libido phone in - We want to hear from you if your sex drive has dwindled.

Perhaps you're on medication which is affecting your sex drive? Or perhaps you're lacking confidence and need a boost in the bedroom? Have you and your partner just had a baby and just the idea of making love again exhausts you? Whatever your low libido concern, Dr Dawn and our sex therapist Tracey Cox will be here to take your calls and offer you advice to help you bring your sexy back.

Call us on 08000 30 40 44 or email us at thismorning@itv.com. Please include your name and phone number on any emails sent. Calls are free from BT Landlines. Calls from some mobiles and other networks may be charged. Terms and conditions at itv.com/terms. We need your emails and calls by 11.15am, Tuesday 8th September 2015. Phone-in room lines staffed until 12.30pm. If you are under 18 you will need permission from your parent/guardian to take part.

First day of school: Are you missing it?

Are you missing your child's first day at school on Monday? If you can't get the day off work to wave your little boy or girl off at the school gates, we want to hear from you. Let us know your profession and please include a contact telephone number.

We need to hear from you by midday on Sunday at the latest. Email your story to us at thismorning@itv.com including your PHONE NUMBER, for a chance to have your story featured on the show.

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Bacon cornbread, smashed avocados, soft boiled eggs

This is an American recipe for bread come cake, it is denser than most breads and can be eaten toasted or hot straight from the oven

– John Torode

John Torode is best know as the straight-talking co-host and judge of BBC1's Masterchef. With his hard-hitting comments and home truths, contestants hang on his every word. But what does he actually cook at home?

John talks about his new book My Kind of Food, and shows us how to make a weekend family favourite. We’ll also be reminding him of his former residency in the This Morning kitchen!

Are we a nation of body shamers?

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini hit the headlines this week after blasting critics for body shaming her over her suspected weightloss in recent months. The X Factor Judge suggested it should be illegal to critcise someone over their weight and appearance.

Sunday Mirror Editor Alison Phillips insists it is human nature to judge people on their looks, while self-esteem expert Nadia Mendoza argues there is too much emphasis on looks rather than achievements.

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