A Urologist with the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kwaku Addai Arhin Appiah, has said that men can reduce the risk of prostate cancer with frequent sexual activity.

Following claims that individuals who have at least twenty-one times of ejaculation in a month have a decreased potential of affected by prostate cancer throughout previous age, Dr Kwaku Addai Arhin Appiah says the rationale underlying the rising idea is believable.

(*3*) he said in an interview at Luv FM.

Prostate cancer is one of the prevalent types of cancer amongst men, particularly within the black race.

This, in accordance to research, is due to the low ranges of vitamin D in black men.

One in 4 black males is susceptible to growing prostate cancer with individuals having a family historical past of breast cancer is the more than likely to be affected.

Symptoms of prostate cancer embody frequent urination, the urgency of urination, decreased urine retention and urine hesitancy.

There is currently no remedy for prostate cancer however treatment to reduce its virulence is on the market.

“Whether herbal or orthodox, there is no medicine that cures prostate cancer. It can reduce its venom. It will kill you over time,” Dr Appiah said.

Dr Appiah is advocating for the treatment of the illness to be added to the national health policy to reduce the cost burden on individuals residing with the medical situation.

(*4*) he added.

Currently, prostate cancer treatment will not be captured on the National Health Insurance Scheme.

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