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>> Where there's smoke, there's fire say medical researchers who found that frequent marijuana users have 20% more sex than those who pass on pot. Reuters Barbara Goldberg.>> The bottom line is 20% bump means about 20 more times to have sex during the year. So, for some people to have sex 20 more times is a good thing.
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>> The study, out Friday from Stanford School of Medicine, encompasses 50,000 Americans age 25 to 45. So what's the link between getting high and a roll in the hay?>> They don't have a clue actually. They even factored in drug use, other drug use, and so they could determine whether or not these are people who have looser behaviors than others, and no, they're still trying to figure out exactly why.
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>> But doctors did weed out at least one medical mystery.>> The good news is that actually rigorous studies show that marijuana lowers your sperm count, and there have been some man total evidence of erectile dysfunction. So, they really thought pot was not a good thing sexually. Now this is appending their conclusions, and they're finding out that this is actually, if you were smoking pot, and you're having problems in bed, it's not the pot.
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>> The results limited to those having heterosexual sex, but potentially opening the bedroom doors to new studies among same sex, or older couples.