Avoid Intense Sexual Excitement without Natural Conclusion of Ejaculation – Medical Expert advise

By Harrison Esien

Are you a young man, who loves sex without ejaculation?

Then, this information might be of interest to you.

A medical expert, Dr. Enobong Udo, has advised men to avoid intense sexual excitement without a natural conclusion of ejaculation because it could cause “engorgement of the prostate gland, which can lead to structural and functional damage.”

Speaking in an exclusive interview in Uyo, Dr. Udo said the advice became necessary, because when ejaculation during sexual intercourse moves from being a pleasurable experience to a painful one, then, there is the need to seek urgent medical attention.

“Reason is because there are indications that one form of health challenge or another has set in. Chances are that it might even be a prostate problem. The movement of muscles and organs in the pelvic cavity during walking, helps circulation to and from the gland. Constant sitting during most of your childhood and adult life, only adds to your chances of having prostate problems. It is good to develop regularity in sex if possible.” He explained.

According to him, “to prevent a recurrence of chronic prostatitis and promote prostate health, men should take warm sitz baths, drink more water; dehydration stresses the prostate. Avoid prolonged bicycle riding, horseback riding or other exercises that irritate the region of the prostate.

He advised patients with prostate diseases to see a medical expert, in order to ensure that the problem is benign and not neoplastic.

“The symptoms can lead you to suspect an enlarged or infected prostate. If allowed to progress, prostate problems can lead to bladder stones, generalized infection or kidney failure. Dr. Udo said.

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The medical doctor warned that “an enlarged prostate can be a sign of cancer”, saying when the symptoms are severe or there’s evidence of cancer, surgery is usually recommended.

He said although there have been no clinical trials on the use of diets in the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), the diets should be high in protein, low in carbohydrates, low in animal fats and high in essential fatty acids.

The medical expert also recommended eating of plenty of fruits, vegetables, fishes, juices, unprocessed foods such as whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.

Dr. Udo however advised against eating of meats, saying a diet rich in meats, either beef or poultry, can cause problems.

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