Dysfunction and Age

Posted by Puteri | 12/01/2007 04:44:00 PM | | 3 comments »

While past research has linked early sexual activity to health problems, a new study suggests that waiting too long to start having sex carries risks of its own.

Those who lose their virginity at a later age -- around 21 to 23 years of age -- tend to be more likely to experience sexual dysfunction problems later, say researchers at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute's HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies.

Full story here.

Losing your virginity around 21 - 23 is considered late?! And because of that "lateness" it could lead to sexual dysfunction later?

I think that conclusion is a big stretch. Indeed it is because as you read further in that news article, it says people who started sex early also had their share of problems.

I don't know if the age at which one starts sex is the real real reason for the dysfunction. I think the more obvious reason would be emotional, and upbringing that affects the dysfunction rather than the age.


  1. pat // 6:49 PM, December 05, 2007  

    hehehe...ka ketawa aku macha post tuk...ridiculous amai.

  2. Puteri // 11:21 PM, December 05, 2007  

    Sigi ridiculous meh nya! Baka ka encourage kitai have sex tumu!

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