Sex reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
Fact or Myth?
This is a FACT.
While it might sound like just another great line, the truth is that frequent ejaculations may reduce the risk of prostate cancer. A report done by Australian researchers and published in the British Journal of Urology International showed that men who have sex and have five or more ejaculations weekly while in their 20s reduced their risk of getting prostate cancer later in life by 33%.
And this correlation may not be related to age. Based on a study in the American Medical Association, frequent ejaculations — defined as 21 or more a month as opposed to 4 to 7 a month — were linked to lower prostate cancer for men of all ages.