Prostate cancer risk can be reduced by frequent sex
The British Journal of Urology International recently published a report from Australian researchers saying that frequent ejaculations, especially if the man is in his twenties could reduce the risk of prostate cancer when the man is older. Investigating men with prostate cancer, the researchers noted that when the men were older than their twenties the number of ejaculations has no association to prostate cancer risk. However those with the highest number of ejaculations in their twenties, more than 5 a week, had a 33% reduced risk of developing prostate cancer later in life.
Separate research found that 21 ejaculations a month reduced the risk, when compared to men who only ejaculated between 4 and 7 times a month. This study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.