Research indicates, having sex at an early age a potential negative impact on the body and mood (mood) in the future. According the experts analysis, this might be due in early years, the body's nervous system is still in developmental stages.
Although the research is based on trials using laboratory rodents, but the researchers believe that these findings are important and may be applied in understanding the development of human sexuality.
In his research, the experts do the test on a pair of adult hamsters. Age of female and male hamster is equivalent to a human age when as a teenager.
The results showed that male hamsters have sex at a young age tend to exhibit behavior or signs such as depression, weight loss, smaller reproductive tissues, and cellular changes in the brain rather than hamsters that did not have sex at all.
Animals that have sex at a young age are also at risk of developing inflammation of brain tissue and has a complex cellular structure in the lower part of the brain signals.
"Having sexual intercourse at an early age, is not without consequences," said John Morris, a researcher of the study, as well as a doctoral student in psychology at Ohio State University.
"This can affect the vulnerability of men associated symptoms of depression, and also may increase their risk of experiencing inflammation in adulthood," he said.
The research was published at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington DC, USA.