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Presented at the American Urological Assocation 2015 Annual Meeting.

Article written by Nick Mulcahy about this investigation (medscape.com)

 

Best Evidence Yet!: Ejaculation Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk

May 17, 2015

NEW ORLEANS — Good news, men: you may be able to decrease your risk for prostate cancer by ejaculating — frequently, according to research presented here at American Urological Association 2015 Annual Meeting.

 

The frothy advice is not new but is now backed up by the "strongest evidence to date" on the subject, according to lead author Jennifer Rider, ScD, MPH, an epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston.

 

"There is no modifiable risk factor for developing prostate cancer," Dr Rider told Medscape Medical News. "It would be exciting to tell men that there was a way to modify their risk."

 

However, she noted that these are observational data and urged caution when "interpreting them."

 

The results are "fascinating," said Jesse Sammon, MD, a urologist at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, who attended Dr Rider's presentation. "It was the highlight of the session on cancer epidemiology; the moderator called it the 'study most likely to be tweeted'."

 

These are "incredibly high-quality data," said Dr Sammon, who was not involved with the study.

 

The data come from nearly 32,000 men in the prospective Health Professionals Follow-up Study, who now have been followed for 18 years.

 

During the study period, 3839 men have been diagnosed with incident prostate cancer, 384 cases of which were lethal.

 

At recruitment in 1992, all participating men were asked to report their average monthly frequency of ejaculation from the ages of 20 to 29 years and 40 to 49 years, and during the previous year. A lifetime average was then computed from these reports.

 

After potential confounders were controlled for, the risk for prostate cancer was 20% lower in men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month than in men who ejaculated 4 to 7 times a month. The 20% risk reduction was seen at ages 20 to 29 and 40 to 49, and for the lifetime average (P trend < .0001 for all).

 

At ages 40 to 49, men most (38.0%) reported 8 to 12 ejaculations per month; only 8.8% reported at least 21 ejaculations per month.

 

"We shouldn't dwell on the exact numbers of ejaculation, but instead should focus on the dose–response relation," Dr Rider advised.

 

She summarized: "Safe sexual activity could be good for prostate health."

 

Notably, there was no association between ejaculation frequency and the risk for high-grade, advanced, or lethal disease, she reported. The reason for this exception is not known.

 

These results are an update of the last major report from the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, which was published about 10 years ago (JAMA. 2004;291:1578-1586). At that time, investigators concluded that "high ejaculation frequency may possibly be associated with a lower risk of total and organ-confined prostate cancer," as reported by Medscape Medical News.

 

Many other studies have likewise reported that ejaculation frequency might be tied to prostate cancer risk, with more orgasms being protective.

 

But these new data have three outstanding strengths, Dr Rider said.

 

First, the study is prospective, whereas most other studies have been retrospective, and the data are long term. Second, the study involves the largest cohort to date. And third, the study has specific information on ejaculation, she explained.

 

Whereas previous studies have tended to rely on "proxies" for ejaculation, such as age at marriage, number of children, and number of sex partners, the Health Professionals Follow-up Study investigators were bold; they explicitly asked about ejaculations from sexual intercourse, masturbation, and nocturnal emissions.

 

The average age of the men in the study was about 59 years, and they had undergone an average of five PSA tests by 2008. Most of the men were married, but the men who reported at least 21 ejaculations per month at ages 40 to 49 were more likely to be divorced than less robust ejaculators (11.8% vs 4% - 7%).

 

American Urological Association (AUA) 2015 Annual Meeting: Abstract PD6-07. Presented May 15, 2015.

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Going to Pattaya for health reasons should now supersede going to play golf.

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So going by the last paragraph your risk of getting cancer increases when married.

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Marriage = less robust ejaculators = horny and cancer.

Every hole a goal.

Condoms kill boners. Save the boners.

Stop the Vagilantes.

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If our Department of Veteran Affairs can be brought on board I should be able to get my LoS mongering fully covered on the justification of preventative health maintenance !

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Came back in January.

 

Thought that's a good time annually to get the tests.

 

Prostate test came back at 7.4.  Doctor advised me when I was in Tokyo - in March.  Dammit I thought I had been keeping up the ejaculation trajectory quite well, especially all the senseless fucking for 17 days over Xmas New Year.

 

Sent to specialist.  Calls me - false alarm bro.  Thanks for the finger man.

 

Years of robust ejaculation to the point of shooting stardust when in Pattaya I should have a negative PSA count!

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Just got my PSA result back at a low 1,25 ng/ml, thanks to 5 months of ejaculations in Thailand every year! :01:

 

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Does wanking count?

"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Does wanking count?

 

Compulsory .   My PSA reading has been high for years , so i guess i need to knock the top off more often !

 

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I think letting anything build up is unnatural , unless you are a monk on a spiritual quest, all that semen build up is not good, release every second or third day at least..

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British nurses know best

 

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Sex without love is an empty experience;

 

But as empty experiences go, it is one of the best.

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Well I'm a lucky boy then, I can now call my nightly dates nurses, and they are just trying to keep me healthy. Good on them

 

 

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Ejaculation raises PSA values for about 48 hours so don't have an sexual acitivity prior to a PSA test. Being that PSA is Prostate Specific Antigen, it sounds like this antigen attacks foreign bodies in the prostate so raising the PSA level may keep prostate cancer away or in check. 

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Condoms kill boners. Save the boners.

Stop the Vagilantes.

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It seems like the experts agree that frequent ejaculation is good for you.

 

One important thing to remember though. The average speed of the ejaculate is 27mph which makes it illegal in a school zone.

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            I get a kick out of this. When I was a lad we were warned that masturbation would definitely cause severe acne, hairy palms and ultimately, blindness. Now the medical profession are promoting the idea that the more you do it the healthier you will be. I still laugh every time I hear this one. 

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Came back in January.

 

Thought that's a good time annually to get the tests.

 

Prostate test came back at 7.4.  Doctor advised me when I was in Tokyo - in March.  Dammit I thought I had been keeping up the ejaculation trajectory quite well, especially all the senseless fucking for 17 days over Xmas New Year.

 

Sent to specialist.  Calls me - false alarm bro.  Thanks for the finger man.

 

Years of robust ejaculation to the point of shooting stardust when in Pattaya I should have a negative PSA count!

 

Ejaculation rises your PSA - especially if you are busting many nuts in a row or working overtime ( as in Pattaya ). This is because your prostate can get inflamed ( just as a muscle gets inflamed when you use it a lot ).

 

There are recent studies that say a PSA test is just a scare tactic to get guys to have radical surgeries.

Most men die at 27, we just bury them at 72.  -Mark Twain

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^ The PSA test is just diagnostic tool and not to be considered conclusive evidence of prostate cancer. I'd blame urologists seeking fees rather than a test.

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Condoms kill boners. Save the boners.

Stop the Vagilantes.

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