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Having sex too young or too old it increases the risk of health problems later in life. Similarly, as revealed in a study published in the American Journal of Public Health.

The researchers found that those who started having sex at a relatively young age are likely to have several risk factors cause STDs (sexually transmitted diseases), including if you have multiple partners and had sex under the influence of alcohol.

People who have sex too soon, or too late people have sex will suffer high risk sexual function problems. This is particularly evident in men, who may have difficulty maintaining an erection and achieving orgasm.

The researchers argue that although the results showed a link between sexual intercourse at a young age with long-term risk of STDs, the present invention also provides an overview of sexual function is more complicated. According to experts, delaying sexual activity can pose health risks because it can inhibit the development of emotional, cognitive, and interpersonal one.

On average the survey respondents said they had sex for the first time at age 17 or 18 years. The researchers grouped people who have had sex the first time at the age of 14 years as group sex too soon to know. Meanwhile, people who have had sex after 22 years, including as a known slow group sex.

Unfortunately, research conducted by Dr. Theo and the team from Columbia University, New York masi unclear why people who are too fast and late sexual activity tend to experience sexual dysfunction.