Previously, we’ve covered how penis health becomes an excellent indication of a man’s overall health condition. It was an interesting topic, and I think you should read it to learn more what I mean. The male reproductive system is a complex part of the male human body, and maintaining its health is vital to survival.
It sounds scary doesn’t it… especially that I’m talking about survival. Yes, the male reproductive health is exposed to certain health risks such as testicular cancer, prostate enlargement, and cancer that can result to death when neglected.
Below is an infographic presentation showing statistics about male reproductive system along with its health risks. Keep this in mind, the penis is not just for sexual pleasure and reproduction, when its health gets neglected along with the entire male reproductive system can lead to serious health risks and even death.
Moreover, healthy lifestyle practices like healthy eating, regular exercise, penile exercises either using various exercises or using devices like penis pumps or traction extenders as a form of penile health therapy.
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Regardless of how embarrassing the topic it may be, “penis health” should be a man’s number one priority, especially those over the age of 40. Whether geared for recreation or procreation, the male reproductive system can be a ticking time-bomb, if not routinely checked for potential abnormalities.
As men grow older, the possibility of reproductive concerns also increased. In order to stay ahead of the game and “keep the bat swinging”, it’s important for men to routinely monitor their equipment.
Why Are These Uncomfortable, Yet Necessary Self-exams So Important?
To avoid the onset of reproductive cancers that can form in the testicles, prostate, or on the skin of the penis. Believe it or not, an estimated 34% of all men (age 40+) encounter one or more reproductive health problems throughout their lifetime.
Early detection is the key to cancer survival, and most physicians will strongly advise men stay vigilant about routine examinations of their reproductive area.
Sure, the penis may be the life of the party at age 26, but don’t give your member too much credit; reproductive cancers can affect all men, of all ages and ethnicities, at any time — NO exceptions!
Be proactive about your penis…again take a look at this latest infographic for a closer examination into the importance of reproductive health.
Understanding Male and Sexual Health
Presented by Greg Millan at Sydney Adventist Hospital on 24th June 2013