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No-Nose Bicycle Seats: Are They The Answer to Erectile Dysfunction And Prostate Problems Among Cyclists?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:04 AM
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I will not go into detail about why I visited the doctor last night, but after describing my symptoms and being the subject of a rigorous examination, his first question was, "Do you ride a bicycle?" When I said yes, everywhere, he gave me his prescription: "Get a new bicycle seat." I was seriously relieved, but even though my beloved doctor has told me before to "never trust Dr. Google", I wanted a second opinion and of course, started on TreeHugger. Andrew looked at the issue in a post two years ago and was dismissive of the concept, writing: Having ridden a bicycle nearly every day for the last 7 years and having spoken to countless other cyclists, I am of the opinion that bicycle saddles only cause numbness 1) if the bike is improperly adjusted; 2) when a rider isn't fit and 3) after a very long and intense ride. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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