Is Sex Safe after Having a Heart Attack?

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Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz weighs in on a recent study that tracked patients for 22 years following a heart attack. The study claims that patients that maintained or increased their sexual activity within 6 months following a heart attack were 35% less likely to die over the span of the study. Dr. Spitz shares that most people have a misconception about how much exertion sex puts on your body, and it’s equivalent to climbing two flights of stairs.

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