Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:36 AM Trying for a baby by having sex to order could leave men with problems in the ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:36 AM Trying for a baby by having sex to order could leave men with problems in the ... trends now
Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:36 AM Trying for a baby by having sex to order could leave men with problems in the ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 01:36 AM Trying for a baby by having sex to order could leave men with problems in the ... trends now

Men trying for a baby who have sex on demand are 15 times more likely to have problems in the bedroom.

Amid the rise of ovulation tests and apps, many couples plan having sex for the precise time frame when they are more likely to conceive.

But this puts men at greater risk of issues such as erectile dysfunction and low libido, a study of almost 400 infertile couples suggests.

The study, not yet published but presented at the annual conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Milan, suggested young men are even being prescribed Viagra because of the added pressure of having sex on demand.

Men trying for a baby who have sex on demand are 15 times more likely to have problems in the bedroom, a study suggests. The study looked at 283 couples having timed sex during ovulation and 88 who just had regular sex at least twice a week (STOCK)

Men trying for a baby who have sex on demand are 15 times more likely to have problems in the bedroom, a study suggests. The study looked at 283 couples having timed sex during ovulation and 88 who just had regular sex at least twice a week (STOCK)

Women who have timed sex when they are ovulating, rather than regular sex, are five times more likely to have bedroom problems like low sexual desire.

Study co-author Tet Yap, a consultant urologist from Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, said: ‘Being constantly on the clock… has a negative impact on men and women’s sexual enjoyment.’

The study looked at 283 couples having timed sex during ovulation and 88 who just had regular sex at least twice a week.

When the men were compared, 59 per cent of those having timed sex on demand experienced erectile dysfunction in the bedroom.

That compared to just 15 per cent of men having regular sex.

In all cases, the couples had been trying to have a baby for at least a year.

Men were 15 times more likely to have problems in the bedroom if they had timed sex, even when factors like age and obesity, which can affect sexual performance, were taken into account.

Erectile dysfunction alone was seven times more likely in men who had sex when their partner was ovulating.

Women having sex timed for when they were ovulating were twice as likely to have ‘female orgasmic disorder’ – a ‘distressing’ lack of orgasms,

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