After experimenting with mice, they discover that the babies of those who took aspirin at gestation show sexual desire later than others. Experts have not clarified whether they can have the same incidence in men, but just in case they have remembered that pregnant women should take as few medicines as possible.
To carry out the research, during gestation an aspirin dissolved in water was administered. The amount provided is equivalent to a daily aspirin in humans. These mouse children followed them and saw that their passion for sex was later than the rest, and that fewer times they ended up with intercourse and ejaculated.
Aspirin has the ability to lower inflammation and decrease pain by decreasing the amount of prostaglandins. On the other hand, prostaglandin is considered to influence the development of fetal sex. Experts have concluded that retail prostaglandin mice develop fewer synapses than others in the sex-related brain zone.