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Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times a Month—Here’s Why
Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times A Month — Here’s Why | HuffPost Life
Read on to find out where that number came from, how ejaculation affects your prostate cancer risk, what happens to your sperm, and more. The article details the results of a study of 31, men published in the December issue of European Urology. The study in question relied on self-reported answers — once in and once in — about how often they ejaculated each month and whether they developed prostate cancer. The reason for emission may play a role in any potential benefits. A comprehensive study — the one that launched all the headlines — of nearly 32, males between and suggests that frequent ejaculation may lower the risk of prostate cancer. This means that the results may not be entirely accurate. Given this, it may be best to take the results from either study with a grain of salt.
Kelly Gonsalves is a sex educator, relationship coach, and journalist. She received her journalism degree from Northwestern University, and her writings on sex, relationships, identity, and wellness have appeared at The Cut, Vice, Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and elsewhere. Image by iStock.
Male masturbation jokes always get laughs in buddy movies and comedy routines. What qualifies as frequently? According to recent research from Harvard University, men who have 21 or more orgasms per month could cut their odds by 33 percent. To reach these findings, researchers surveyed 31, men, sending them questionnaires about how often they engaged in self-love. The study team then tracked the participants for 18 years, recording which men developed prostate cancer in that time period.