Sex unlikely to cause cardiac arrest, study finds – BBC News

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BBC NewsSex unlikely to cause cardiac arrest, study findsBBC NewsSudden cardiac arrest is associated with sexual activity far more often in men than women, research suggests. But sex is a rare trigger for sudden cardiac arrest. Only 34 out of the 4,557 cardiac arrests examined occurred during or within one hour of ...The 'wonderful answer' for heart patients when it comes to sexwtvr.comDoes Sex Really Trigger Cardiac Arrest?HealthDayWhen sex is heart-stopping, lovers reluctant to perform CPR: studyNational PostThe Australian -USA TODAY -Healio -The Sunall 16 news articles

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