The study, from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, found that men who consume more caffeine each day had a lower risk of erectile dysfunction. The exception? Men with diabetes — for them, extra caffeine didn’t lower their odds for impotence, the researchers said.
Will coffee affect Viagra?
Can coffee cause impotence?
This study found that men who drank four or more cups of decaffeinated coffee daily had a 35% increased risk of experiencing erectile dysfunction.
Does caffeine affect libido?
“The impact of coffee on libido hasn’t been extensively studied, but the little research that has been done suggests a small positive effect,” notes GP and Medexpress medical advisor Dr. Clare Morrison. She says “this is true of both men and women” and ” is thought to be because caffeine stimulates blood flow to the genitals.”