The Most Dangerous Bedroom Position Is Finally Revealed

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While they may feel amazing, don't be fooled, guys, because there are some sex positions that can cause you and/or your partner serious damage. And while we gave you the right sex position for you thanks to a real-life doctor, we're letting you know what scientists have found to be the most dangerous sex position.

According to a 2015 study published in Advances in Urology—via The Telegraph the cowgirl position is the one we should all stay away from, as nearly 50 percent of the penile fractures that occur during sex coming while the girl is on top—and that's not something any guy should want to deal with.

Per The Telegraph:

The research also revealed that the "doggy-style" position, with women on all fours, is behind 29 per cent of afflictions.

In contrast, the traditional "man on top" is responsible for just 21 per cent.

Doctors and academics looked at patients attending three A&E units with suspected "penile fractures" over a 13 year period.

Half of them reported hearing a crack before experiencing pain, with some also suffering swelling.

Their average age was 34 and some of the men waited up to six hours before seeking medical help.

Yikes, doesn't look like I'm letting my girlfriend ride me any longer.

Although the findings also concluded that, "penile fracture is a relatively uncommon clinical condition," do any of us think that it's worth taking the risk? I hope not.

H/T Thought Catalog