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Masturbation and prostate cancer
Marc Garnick, M. Two relatively large studies of this question, reported in and , yielded good news for sexually active men: high ejaculation frequency seemed to protect against prostate cancer. Ejaculations included sexual intercourse, nocturnal emissions, and masturbation. Study participants also provided comprehensive health and lifestyle data every two years from to
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Does frequent ejaculation reduce prostate cancer risk?
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Editor's Note: This story was revised Jan. A new study finds men who are sexually active in their 20s and 30s are more likely to develop prostate cancer — especially if they masturbate frequently. The study also found that frequent sexual activity in a man's 40s appears to have little effect and even small levels of sexual activity in a man's 50s could offer protection from the disease. Most of the differences were attributed to masturbation rather than sexual intercourse. However, some previous studies had generated much different findings.
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Does Frequent Ejaculation Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer?
Electronic address: Basil. AboulEnein usd. Ongoing public health efforts continue to promote protective factors, such as diet, physical activity, and other lifestyle modifications, against PCa development. Masturbation is a nearly universal safe sexual activity that transcends societal boundaries and geography yet continues to be met with stigma and controversy in contemporary society.
A new study from researchers at prestigious Harvard University finds that men who ejaculate frequently throughout adulthood are less likely to be diagnosed eventually with the second most frequent cause of cancer death in America, prostate cancer. According to the study, published in the journal European Urology, men who ejaculate more frequently than a typical man can reduce their risk of prostate cancer by up to 33 percent. The optimal frequency of ejaculation is 21 times per month.