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Men Who Don't Brush Their Teeth Regularly are More Likely to Have Erection Problems, Inonu University Study


12/4/2012 7:39:26 AM

Men who regularly brush their teeth - thereby reducing their risk of gum disease - are less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than their less hygienic counterparts. New research has suggested those who suffer from inflamed gums are three times more likely to have trouble getting aroused. The Turkish scientists who led the study compared 80 men aged 30 to 40 with erectile dysfunction with a control group of 82 men without erection problems

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