Old 08-08-10, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by sa7nt View Post
This has been debated extensively and never proven. The theory is that some saddles can put pressure on the perineum and restrict blood flow (true) and eventually lead to damage (unproven). This is prevented by finding a saddle that fits you comfortably and is ideally flat, avoiding pressure on the perineum.
Thanks for the info..
BTW, this is my current saddle...adjust it to a flat level as recommended by most of the articles
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