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What is your opinion about this poll?

http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5hbR2bgQHWjEj_GC-z5Iaeb5HakKQ

The following is one of the reports of a survery conducted Canadian Press -

The poll results also suggest aging men are more concerned about their performance in bed rather than going bald.

Only three per cent said they had sought out hair-loss medication, while seven per cent of the 1,000 men polled - and 14 per cent of those over 50 - said they had taken medication for erectile dysfunction.

“As Canadian men get older, some worry less about hair loss and more about sexual capacity,” said Anderson, who thought the numbers were significant considering erectile dysfunction medications are relatively new to the market.

Comments?

Older men don’t need so much hair just to get laid in the first place. (Don’t start on me, Hangin. You know what I mean.)

Older men’s MPB progression rates are usually MUCH slower than in younger men.

Older men have more ED problems than younger men by a hell of a big margin.

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» “As Canadian men get older, some worry less about hair loss and more about
» sexual capacity,” said Anderson, who thought the numbers were significant
» considering erectile dysfunction medications are relatively new to the
» market.
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» Comments?

I suspect as the years pass some of us will look back on the years of maximal DHT production rather fondly.
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