Frequent Ejaculation May Protect Men from Low-risk Prostate Cancer

Frequent Ejaculation May Protect Men from Low-risk Prostate Cancer
Men who ejaculate at least 21 times a month have a lower risk of prostate cancer compared to men who only ejaculate four to seven times a month, according to a study that followed a large group of men for nearly two decades. The link, however, was strongest for low-risk disease, and the study — published in the journal European Urology — did not find any impact from ejaculation frequency on a diagnosis of high-risk prostate cancer. The 31,925 study participants were part of the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, where they reported how often they ejaculated in a 1992 questionnaire. The report,
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