Harvard Men's Health Watch

Heart attack survivors can have sex without fear

Sex does not appear to trigger a heart attack or increase your risk for a second one after you have recovered. A new study found that more than 78% of those who had a heart attack said their last sexual activity occurred more than 24 hours beforehand.

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