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
Masturbation May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer
Masturbation May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer | Live Science
Calling all men — we have good news! Whilst it may seem hard to believe, masturbating frequently may actually result in a significantly lower risk of prostate cancer. Around one in seven men will experience prostate cancer in the US during their lifetime. Last year alone, there were , people diagnosed — out of those, nearly 27, died.
Frequent ejaculation may decrease prostate cancer risk
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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. For men who do not engage in sexual intercourse with their partners with high frequency, the recourse for such frequent ejaculations would presumably be self stimulation, or masturbation.