I’m a doctor and here's why men take longer on the loo than women

IT can be frustrating if your male partner takes longer than planned when going for a number two.

But one doctor has revealed that there could be a scientific reason as to why they take a long time on the loo.

Posting to TikTok, Dr Karan Rajan responded to one user who claimed that women take less than five minutes on the toilet, because the poo isn't hitting their G-spot.

The prostate is also known as the male G-spot and is a little organ, the size of a walnut.

Dr Rajan explained that the Tiktoker's poo theory could actually be true.

He said: "The prostate, often referred to as the male g spot, is a gland that sits just in front of the rectum.

"So a particularly large bowel movement may stimulate this land, leading to 'poo-phoria'".

Experts have previously said that people can actually have an orgasm whilst on the loo.

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Research scientist at Indiana University, Dr Debby Herbenick previously said that genitals are magical, mysterious places of wonder.

She previously told the Georgia Straight: "Defecation-induced orgasms’ seem to be more common than orgasms from peeing, but both kinds happen.

"The pelvic nerve—which is one orgasmic pathway—links up to not only the vagina and cervix but also the rectum and bladder."

Dr Anish Sheth, the co-author of the book 'What's Your Poo Telling You?' said that for some people, the poo touching this nerve can feel like a religious experience, or an orgasm – or for some people, even both.

He said this 'poo-phoria' that people feel is due to a drop in blood flow.

"The net effect of this is a drop in your heart rate and blood pressure, which in turn decreases blood flow to the brain, he said.

"When mild, the lightheadedness can lead to a sense of sublime relation – the high.

"However, a more significant drop in brain perfusion can cause 'defecation syncope', a dangerous syndrome that results in a loss of consciousness", he added.

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