In the January edition of the New England Medical Journal, Boston Urologist, Dr. Feest-Juarize Ondispecker, suggests that all men over the age of 60 who have had no sexual activity for six months or more, advise potential partners to update their tetanus shot before engaging in sex.
Dr. Ondispecker found that because of rusty residue in the male plumbing, the chance of the partner contracting lockjaw was a risk that was too dangerous to ignore.
It is suspected that because most men will continue to engage in the old libidinous, but safe habit of dreaming and scheming in lieu of actualizing, the chances of this affecting the health of your significant other is at best remote.
Even so, Dr. Ondispecker says that it is better to be safe than sorry and suggests that all males 60 years or older should clean out their pipes periodically or risk their unsuspecting partner contacting lockjaw.
This information could possibly save the life of your significant other.