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Latest News from the ISSM - July 27, 2018 Member Login
Study: Regular Coffee Has No Effect on Erections, But Decaf Might

New research in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests that drinking regular coffee in any amount has no impact on a man's erections. 

However, heavy drinkers of decaffeinated coffee, consuming four or more cups a day, might be at increased risk for erectile dysfunction (ED). 

The researchers noted that their findings related to decaffeinated coffee should be interpreted cautiously, as the men in this group were more likely to be smokers and have higher levels of hypertension, cholesterol, and alcohol consumption.  

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