Erectile dysfunction: Dr Ellie explains squashing private parts when cycling could pose r
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Kamil Litwinowicz, lead author from Wroclaw Medical University, said: “We don’t want men to quit cycling, but instead to look at things like standing on the pedals or using a different saddle.

“Many men struggle with discomfort when riding a bike and there are concerns this can lead to sexual problems.

“However, there is also strong evidence that being sedentary is linked to erectile dysfunction, so cycling as a form of activity could reduce that risk.”

So, cycling, as well as different types of exercise, are still highly beneficial for your as well your sexual health.



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