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Frequent ejaculation during your 40s also appears to reduce your prostate cancer risk by 22%. This is not the first time researchers have studied how ejaculation affects cancer risk. In 2003, a team of Australian researchers compared ejaculation frequency among 2,300 men half of whom had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The results showed that ejaculating five to seven times per week were 36% less likely to develop prostate cancer compared to those who ejaculated less than two times per week.
Ejaculation does seem to be a measure of overall health status in that men who are at the very low end of ejaculation (zero to three times per month) were more likely to have other medical problems and die prematurely from causes other than prostate cancer.
Further research is needed to identify the biological mechanism responsible for reducing the risk.