The quality of male potency depends on the blood type

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15 March 2017, 09:00

Turkish scientific experts, representatives of the University of Ordu, say that the group membership of the blood of a man can influence his potency.

Numerous experiments conducted by scientists have demonstrated that men who have the first blood group complain less often of a poor erection.

Interestingly, according to statistics, the owners of the first group are more than 40% of all men on the planet. Therefore, more than half of the male population in the world can be prone to the development of impotence.

The experiment conducted by Turkish specialists was conducted with the participation of 350 male representatives of different ages who had complaints about potency. The average age of participants was about 30-50 years, but not more than sixty years. After all the participants donated blood for analysis, it was found that among them there are practically no owners of the first blood group: nevertheless, the remaining groups were approximately in equal proportions.

Of course, the experiment was immediately subjected to harsh criticism, both in the media and among medical professionals working in this direction. Analyzing the information obtained as a result of testing only three hundred people, it is impossible to get really and absolutely true conclusions. Nevertheless, most scientists admit that the obtained data also have a significant significance in the field of statistics: it is impossible to fully confirm the coincidence of such facts.

To date, it is not known whether the results of the study were recognized by scientific critics, and whether they were officially published in peer-reviewed scientific periodicals.

The Russian professor, Doctor of Science Lev Shcheglov, who has been dealing with psychology and sexology for many years, believes that the statement about the relationship between blood group membership and male sexual possibilities does not correspond to reality: "Sexology, as a science, does not have such information about this relationship. Most likely, we are dealing with meaningless data, with an attempt to make a sensation on an equal place. If such a study is conducted, then its participants should be selected not chaotically, but very definitely. " In addition, the professor added that he refers to such statements with irony and considers them, at least, "absurd".

We have already conducted a large number of studies on this issue. For example, it was found that at least ten percent of the male population sooner or later find themselves having problems with erectile dysfunction. And for individuals overcoming the 40-year-old barrier, such violations are fixed in every third case.

As doctors say themselves, common medications, whose action is aimed at improving erectile function, not all men help. Perhaps this is due to the fact that the causes of impaired potency may be different: most often it's about bad habits, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases.

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