As if we didn’t have enough to worry about. As you dust off your bikes or sign in for your next spin class, you may want to check the position of your handlebars, and you might just want to think about investing in a seat this year without a “nose.” We’ve all heard about the increase in erectile dysfunction in male cyclists, and now new research has shown that female cyclists have less sensation down “there” than a control group of female runners. But don’t take this sitting down. There are things you can do to ease the perineum pressure.
Read the full article here: Can Bicycling Affect a Woman’s Sexual Health?