Frequent Bottoming Can Cause Cancer

  • metta

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    Oct 30, 2014 8:52 PM GMT
    Frequent Bottoming Can Cause Cancer


    "Though researchers are less clear on the mechanics of these findings, they speculate that bottoming traumatizes the prostate. A traumatized prostate releases more of a prostate-specific antigen, a chemical that points to cancer in the area. "


    http://instinctmagazine.com/post/report-frequent-bottoming-can-cause-cancer
  • metta

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    Oct 30, 2014 8:56 PM GMT
    UdeM study suggests frequent sex may ward off prostate cancer

    "Parent’s team found that having more than 20 male partners doubled the risk of prostate cancer compared to those who have never slept with a man. And their risk of getting a non-aggressive cancer was five times more likely. Sleeping with one man did not affect the risk."

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    "But Parent could not explain why that does not apply to gay encounters. Perhaps because men who sleep with men engage in more risky sexual behaviour, or that anal intercourse may result in trauma to the prostate, but that’s only speculation, Parent said. More studies are needed.

    The age of the first sexual encounter or the number of sexually transmitted infections had no bearing on the results."

    http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/sex-with-21-women-lowers-risk-for-prostate-cancer-study
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    Oct 31, 2014 1:01 AM GMT
    metta8 saidUdeM study suggests frequent sex may ward off prostate cancer

    "Parent’s team found that having more than 20 male partners doubled the risk of prostate cancer compared to those who have never slept with a man. And their risk of getting a non-aggressive cancer was five times more likely. Sleeping with one man did not affect the risk."

    .........


    "But Parent could not explain why that does not apply to gay encounters. Perhaps because men who sleep with men engage in more risky sexual behaviour, or that anal intercourse may result in trauma to the prostate, but that’s only speculation, Parent said. More studies are needed.

    The age of the first sexual encounter or the number of sexually transmitted infections had no bearing on the results."

    http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/sex-with-21-women-lowers-risk-for-prostate-cancer-study


    Well more frequent ejaculation decreases your chance of prostate cancer. Use it or lose it, literally!
    I think the bottoms weren't getting off enough. They're getting all excited but then they aren't cumming. So the answer is to sleep with better tops!! ;-)
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    Oct 31, 2014 6:04 AM GMT
    The bottoms should jerk off while getting fucked. Simple. Also, they can still suck dick.
  • frogman89

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    Oct 31, 2014 10:41 AM GMT
    metta8 saidFrequent Bottoming Can Cause Cancer


    "Though researchers are less clear on the mechanics of these findings, they speculate that bottoming traumatizes the prostate. A traumatized prostate releases more of a prostate-specific antigen, a chemical that points to cancer in the area. "


    http://instinctmagazine.com/post/report-frequent-bottoming-can-cause-cancer

    The article makes it sound as if the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is a chemical only indicating cancer. But that's not true. PSA is spilled out by the prostate for multiple reasons: Cancer, infection, mechanical manipulation (for example a digital rectal examination or anal sex), ejaculation... A high PSA level in blood gives no clue whatsoever to what caused this elevation.

    And for those who are engaged in medical topics, it is no mystery that PSA is elevated after bottoming.

    A high PSA level is not a risk for prostate cancer in itself. It could be the frequent mechanical trauma though. So I agree with what other posters already said: Cum.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Oct 31, 2014 2:36 PM GMT
    My doctor said that men that let men cum inside them have a much higher risk. The anus was never meant to deal with those cells. Another good reason to never bareback. Gay men have a lesser rate of prostate issues because they arent afraid to discuss issues like this with their doctor and usually seek treatment soonericon_idea.gif
  • frogman89

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    Oct 31, 2014 4:33 PM GMT
    MikemikeMike saidMy doctor said that men that let men cum inside them have a much higher risk. The anus was never meant to deal with those cells. Another good reason to never bareback. Gay men have a lesser rate of prostate issues because they arent afraid to discuss issues like this with their doctor and usually seek treatment soonericon_idea.gif


    That's bullshit.
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    Nov 02, 2014 3:39 PM GMT
    The article is from Instinct Magazine. Which means it's crap!
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    Nov 02, 2014 5:45 PM GMT
    This study seems to be all over the place. And doesn't track with my own experience regarding having had prostate cancer. But then that's what percentages are about. Unless they are 100%, some people always will fall outside the trend the study is implying.

    I've had almost daily ejaculations from about age 12 all my life, with only a few brief lapses. My first when I initially lived in a college dorm, and later when I took Army Basic Training. And for a few months during my prostate cancer treatment. Other than that, I popped every day. And I bottomed beginning in my 50s, but not very much, and not with any pain or distress. Yet I still was diagnosed with very aggressive prostate cancer at 62.

    My doctors told me prostate cancer tends to run in families, and it affects sons at a younger age than their fathers who've already had it. That was also true in my case.

    But who knows at this point, it seems the jury is still out. I'm not sure this study is very helpful. The real news is that prostate cancer is more common than reported. It just doesn't get the PR of women's breast cancer. And if you live to be 70, your chances of having it are better than even, if not sooner, not matter what you do. It's the common male cancer that nobody talks about.
  • Bowyn_Aerrow

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    Nov 02, 2014 8:34 PM GMT
    Well I have nothing to fear, I haven't had sex since the last millennium.

    Which I guess with this new scary research should make me feel happier about this instead of having me reach for a razor blade and desire to take a long hot bath....icon_razz.gif


    I will go with the 'prostates are not designed to be bludgeoned with a blunt object' theory. It make sense.

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    Nov 02, 2014 9:03 PM GMT
    Bowyn_Aerrow saidWell I have nothing to fear, I haven't had sex since the last millennium.

    Which I guess with this new scary research should make me feel happier about this instead of having me reach for a razor blade and desire to take a long hot bath....icon_razz.gif

    I will go with the 'prostates are not designed to be bludgeoned with a blunt object' theory. It make sense.

    But neither, perhaps, should the prostate go unused. Neglect may also harm it.
  • Svnw688

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    Nov 03, 2014 8:54 PM GMT
    Jesus this "study" is absolute B.S. The researcher simply looked at a group of men, TRIED to factor out other relevant factors, and then made a speculative causative claim for alleged "reasons" she suspects MIGHT be at play.

    Translation: there is something up with gay bottoms and prostate cancer, but I have no idea what that is.

    The study could be subject to any number of factors. Poppers use? Recreational drug use? Longer or shorter sex sessions? Gay bottoms are more likely to attend brunch with the fag hags, so perhaps its increased eggs and mimosas. The point is that you cannot prove causation with an odd sampling like this. This is one of those studies that is simply a flag saying "we should really study this issue one day and try to pin point causation."