Expert Says: Having sex 3 to 4 times a week could reduce risk of prostate cancer

Dr. Kwaku Addai Arhin Appiah argues the explanation for the hypothesis is plausible in light of assertions that those who ejaculate at least twenty-one times per month have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer in old age.

“This explanation makes good sense. The danger of prostate cancer rises if the toxin is allowed to remain inside. In the past, it was widely believed that having too much indiscriminate sex may cause prostate cancer because you could contract a viral infection and turn oncogenic, increasing your risk of developing prostate cancer. But the novel idea appears to be supported by reason. Although it hasn’t been published yet, it is still in the public domain,” he said.

One of the most common types of cancer among men, particularly in the black race, is prostate cancer.

This, according to study, is brought on by black men’s low vitamin D levels.

Prostate cancer affects one in four black men, with those who have a history of breast cancer in their families being most at risk.

Urination that is frequent, urgent, has less urine retention, and is hesitant are all signs of prostate cancer.

Although there is presently no cure for prostate cancer, there are treatments to lessen its aggressiveness.

There is no medication that can treat prostate cancer, whether it is conventional or herbal. It’s venom can be lessened. Over time, it will kill you, according to Dr. Appiah.

In order to lessen the financial burden on people who have the illness, Dr. Appiah is arguing that the national health policy should include the treatment of the ailment.

“The cost of diagnosing and treating prostate cancer is far above the means of the typical Ghanaian and even the wealthy. The government should include prostate cancers in the NHIS if it was so kind to include cervical cancer, he continued.

The National Health Insurance Scheme does not currently cover prostate cancer therapy.

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