Cycling not linked to urologic disease or sexual dysfunction | AUA


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Takeaway

  • Cycling has no appreciable effect on urologic disease or sexual dysfunction in either men or women. 

Why this matters

  • There have long been questions about risks associated with prolonged perineal pressure in men and women who regularly bike. 

Study design

  • Two studies f...