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Abstinence and the delay of first intercourse, for example, may well be protective against cervical cancer however, whether the promotion of such messages is likely to be realistic is questionable given that the age at which young people initiate sexual activity continues to decline (wellings et al.). Sexual activity can sometimes be challenging for cancer patients and their partners. Find answers to common questions about sexual intimacy during cancer treatment. In western countries, prostate cancer is amongst the most common adultonset cancers in men. Evidence from recent studies supports the role of sexual activity (sa) as a factor in the risk of prostate cancer, but the exact mechanisms by which this takes place are unknown. Introduction the role of sexual activity (sa) on prostate cancer (pca) risk is still controversial. Aim to determine the associations among number of female sexual partners, age at first intercourse, ejaculation frequency (ef), and the risk of pca. This information provides guidance for men on sexual activity during cancer treatment. Most men can be sexually active throughout their cancer treatment, but its important to do so safely. If you have any questions about the information below, speak with your doctor or nurse. Cancer and cancer treatment can affect many areas of sexual well-being. They may cause changes that are physical you may have side effects or symptoms that change how your body works or looks emotional you may be dealing with stress, worry or other difficult feelings practical your usual routines or roles may change. new findings on prostate cancer risk and sexual activity thursday 17 july, 2003 the cancer council victoria has announced the results of research undertaken into the relationship between prostate cancer and ejaculation in men aged under 70. Does sexual activity improve prostate health? Regular ejaculation enhances the immune systems response to the presence of cancer cells. According to a report published in jama, men who reported having more than 20 ejaculations per month were 33 less likely to develop prostate cancer. These measured ejaculations included sexual intercourse, nocturnal emissions, and masturbation.