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There has been surprisingly little research on the topic, and as might be expected given the lack if new data, recent studies have not supported a general libido lowering effect of vasectomy. A study in Brazil from 2005 looked at 64 patients undergoing vasectomy and found a small but statistically significant (at p < 0.001) improvement in international ...


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It is always hard to prove a negative, but I don't think such a condition exists. Premature Female Orgasm appears to be the term you are looking for, and apparently there has been a patent filed by Pfizer, but I couldn't find any references in literature (Google Scholar, Web of Knowledge) so I guess from a medical perspective, this condition has not been ...


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With all these vasectomy questions, you might be best off trying to interview a licensed urologist. You're correct that there appears to be very limited clinical research in humans regarding vasectomy in recent literature. From what I can find (emphasis mine): Pamela J Schwingl, Harry A Guess, Safety and effectiveness of vasectomy, Fertility and Sterility, ...


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It is a known fact that STDs are more easily transmitted by unprotected anal intercourse. As some STDs are known to (rarely) cause endocarditis, it seems plausible to me that unprotected anal intercourse increases the risk of an endocarditis. I could, however, find no statistical analysis on the relationship between (receptive) anal intercourses and ...


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