Two new studies published by the American Urological Association investigate the link between cycling and both sexual health and urinary fuction… and you’ll be relieved to hear that the news is good! Mostly…
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It’s a question that might be on the mind of many regular cyclists — does all that pressure on your delicate nether regions have an effect on your sexual health? Or what about the bacterial breeding ground that is the chamois; a recipe for urinary tract infection (UTI) hell?
The American Urological Association, a medical research organisation with a focus on genitourinary health, will be presenting the results of two seperate studies on the impact of cycling on men’s sexual and urinary functions, and on the impact of cycling on women’s sexual and urinary functions at an upcoming conference in Boston, MA, USA.