Get my Breaking World News by E-MAIL


Subscribe to my World News Updates



Sunday, November 16, 2014

#HNNSex Save your manhood and LIFE, a bigger PENIS can kill you!

Not well informed when it comes to the various treatment methods for prostate cancer? Your penis may pay the price for it.

In a recent study published in the journal Urology, researchers found that men who underwent treatment for prostate cancer complained that their penis was smaller afterward.

Physicians completed surveys on 948 men who had been treated for prostate cancer and suffered a recurrence of the disease—hoping to get an idea of the adverse side effects associated with their treatment. What they found: 25 of those men, or 2.63 percent of the group, complained their manhood was lacking length.

When it came to the various treatment options that led to the loss, 3.73 percent of the men had undergone radical prostatectomy (which is the surgical removal of the prostate), while 2.67 percent had radiotherapy plus androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). 

As for why this phenomenon is taking place, the researchers don’t have a concrete explanation. “In terms of surgery, we can only assume that since you’re cutting out the prostate and putting things back together again, there’s a little bit of tugging there,” says Nguyen. And with the hormones, there’s probably some type of shrinkage, or some type of fibrosis occurring that could result in a change in size, he says.

Blog Archive