Men, listen up! Lose weight and you’re closer to scoring a better romp session.
A common problem for morbidly obese men is sexual dysfunction, but this issue improves after weight loss surgery, a new study showed.
Philadelphia doctor, Dr. Ramsey M. Dallal, and colleagues of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, studied 97 obese men who suffered from sexual dysfunction and studied their changes following gastric bypass surgery.
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After shedding a substantial amount of weight, men who had lower sexual function saw improvements.
The amount of pounds lost was relative to the degree of improvement, according to the study.
"Sexual function is an important aspect to quality of life and is now well documented to be a reversible condition," Dr. Dallal said.