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Updated 01 July 2015

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A new study shows that consuming 85 and 170 milligrams of caffeine a day (two to three cups of coffee, tea, soda or sports drink) could reduce your chances of erectile dysfunction, even if you are overweight or hypertensive.

Research shows that caffeine triggers a series of pharmacological effects that increase blood flow to the penis.

For more information on managing ED, visit our Erectile Dysfunction Centre.


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