Friday, December 21, 2007
LOSING your virginity at 22 or older can be bad for your health, researchers warned yesterday.
They found late starters were more likely to suffer from sexual dysfunction later in life.
Men were worst affected – with problems maintaining an erection and struggling to reach orgasm.
Research-ers at Columbia University, New York, also found losing your virginity early – at 14 or younger – increases the risk of health problems.
They studied 8,000 US adults and found the average age they lost their virginity was 17 to 18.
From The Sun, London.