Impotence mystery solved by rats

United states of america researchers have found nerves from the spinal cords of rats that trigger the chance to ejaculate. Scientists believe it may be one step forward in relation to find new treatments for sexual dysfunctions.

In the study, done in the University of Cincinnati, these nerves were isolated and removed from the rats.  You rats were then slipped into cages with female rats and whilst they was mating; never ejaculated. The study indicated that these nerves relay message for reproduction in the rat’s brain.

If the receptors for these messages were removed, the rats couldn’t ejaculate.  Few other alterations in behavior were observed in such rats.

It is stated by using this scientific finding, men who may have become paralyzed thereby have ejaculation problems issues may potentially see own problems solved.

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