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Masturbate Prostate Sake
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The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Masturbation would not affect how the prostate functions, but clinically, few/some men may swear by saying they voids easier with better urine flow after masturbation but only for a short time - 1-3 days. However, I would not advise men to masturbate for improving urine flow. If overdone with masturbation, some perineal discomfort may occur resulting from recurrent expected contractions of muscles ...Read more
May not be related?: One would surmise that if one daily masturbates that there is a daily "draining" of prostatic fluids, thus, cleaning out the prostate gland. This said, one would think less prostate engorgement and less "problems". There are other reasons for prostate problems and infections, etc. May be of no consequence, but otherwise may have "beneficial" effect. ...Read more
The last time I massaged my prostate, I produced notable precum for the first time but I barely came when I masturbated right after. What's going on?
Unusual to see...: You got to have a very long and flexible arm for self prostate massage. But what you observed & described should bear no clinical significance as long as being able to function at need. For the time being, it is better to leave it alone and do not try to masturbate compulsively. To sort out what may be wrong, follow instructions in http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish to health. ...Read more
I have diagnosed with prostatis today Prostatic vol22cc I am masturbating Approx 2 times a day since 2 years. Is masturbating a cause of prostatis?
Here are some...: If you have never had sexual intercourse, for an average healthy man at 16, the odd to have STD or UIT or prostatitis is extremely rare. By your presented clinical scenario, it would be a good idea to refrain from further masturbation for at least 2 weeks and see how such effort may help improve what you feel in the urethra at voiding, since repeated masturbation induces local congestion & strain. ...Read more
Frequency: The amount of fluid ejaculated will be related to how often you masturbate. If you masturbate frequently then you will have less volume. If you "save it up" you will have more. ...Read more
Nope. In fact if you have prostate troubles you may improve the environment in your prostate by regularly emptying it of the semen and sperm.
Masturbation is part of the human experience and is a common part of one's sexuality. There is no medical reason to limit masturbation over all. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 34 years old and I masturbate at least once a day. Would this result in health issues in the future, particularly with my prostate?
Here are some...: At 19, your prostate should be small and smooth so physical movement by whatever the tool used would not hurt the prostate, but does not guarantee to not injure any tissues in contact and irritation. So, exercise due respect to body and its tissue, especially anal canal is meant for poop not for sex - though having explored and exhausted by high intense pleasure-seeking fantasy. More? Ask doctor.. ...Read more
Basically yes: It's impossible to do controlled studies. Frequency of ejaculation does not correlate with prostate cancer but may with prostate hyperplasia ("hypertrophy"). Anecdotally, single men who have struggled not to masturbate for whatever reason have had precocious prostate disease, and in any case, trying to abstain to the point of being uncomfortable makes it hard to work, play, even get to sleep. ...Read more
No: No.... If anything at least right after masturbating it may make it a bit smaller. Patricio gargollo, pediatric urology, dallas, texas. ...Read more
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Little science here: It would be difficult to find a control group. As recently as the mid-20th century, 'pop' / 'cult' claims that 'solitary vice' did terrible spiritual damage resulted in men trying very hard -- usually unsuccessfully -- to avoid the practice. Anecdotally, accelerated prostate hyperplasia seemed to result. Within reasonable limits, correlation between frequency ; BPH risk seems negligible. ...Read more
Maybe: Prolonged abstinence from orgasm may cause some men to have some prostatic congestion and enlargement. The prostate enlarges due to the hormone testosterone. With "stasis" infection may occur. When men develop prostatitis, it is sometimes recommended an increase the number of ejaculations and even receive prostate massage. Sexual stimulation without ejaculation causes engorgement of prostate. ...Read more
BPH: It does not affect the prostate one way or the other. ...Read more
Well anything in: Excess is not advisable but prostate damage and decline in sexual performance are unlikely ...Read more
I've read from several articles that frequent masturbation can cause prostatic hyperemia and thus cause prostatitis. Is that real?
Reading is good: Reading is good, and makes a young person well-rounded and wiser about affairs of the world. One's prostate gland does not know where one's penis is (for example, outside the girl vs. Inside the girl), and one's prostate does not know how the penis is being stimulated (for example, with hands vs. Inside the girl). So, the effects from vaginal sex or masturbation appear identical to one's prostate. ...Read more