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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by B_tallbig, Nov 15, 2007.
How true is that often masturbation reduce the risks of having prostate cancer?
I doubt masturabation will reduce the risks of prostate cancer. (Whatever masturabation is.)
Good, you've corrected the spelling - now try forming a real sentence. :smile:
When i read a post i dont care about grammar and spelling .
The most important thing to me in a post is content.
Why you care about my spelling and grammar?:notworthy:
If you dont like my post or dont care then simply dont answer.
I once herad (not from a doctor) that anal sex (receiving) reduced the risk??? Never really believed it but....I wonder if prostate cancer is found less in passive gay men??? Any doctors out there???
I've heard about that before but I'm not too sure how true it is. This was the latest study I could find.
Frequent ejaculation may protect against cancer - 06 April 2004 - New Scientist
I've never heard that, but every man of say 40 or older should get a DRE (digital rectal exam) and PSA every year, just to be on the safe side.
People more concerned with spelling and grammar than content, especially the ones that feel the need to play the language cop role, might be better off teaching grade three...................
Makes sense to me. You gotta blow out the tubes or the stuff rots in there. Actually, it gets reabsorbed, but yeah, better to shoot it.
Yep when i read all members posts i dont care about spelling and grammar . I always check content.
exactly! Whoever is worried about spelling and grammer should be on an English teaching website.