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Although prostate cancer PCa is the most common cancer type in men, a replaceable risk factor has not yet been established. In our study, we assessed the relationship between the number of sexual partners, age of first sexual experience and age of first masturbation and prostate cancer incidence. In Ordu University Department of Urology between January and September , in PSA elevation and rectal examination, patients with prostate biopsy were evaluated due to nodule palpation in the prostate.
At younger ages and at present, their first masturbation ages, first sexual debut ages, and total sexual partner numbers were recorded. The correlation between the obtained data and PCa frequency was evaluated. The study included patients with PCa identified on biopsy and patients with benign biopsy results who answered the questions. There was a negative correlation between age of first sexual debut and number of partners r: Avoidance of sexual promiscuity or participation in protected sex may be beneficial to protect against prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer PCa is the most common cancer type in males and in second place in terms of cancer-linked deaths 1. Though this is a very common cancer, the etiology is only partly understood. Age, ethnicity and family history are known to be important for the etiology 2. Studies of migrants have reported environmental factors and lifestyle factors may be important 3. However, the majority of these factors cannot be changed.
A variable risk factor for PCa has still not been definitely determined. Studies have related PCa risk with factors linked to more active sexual life 4. Sexual activity include various dimensions like sex of the partners, number of sexual partners, frequency of ejaculation and age of first sexual debut.
It is thought that all of these may affect PCa development in negative or positive ways to varying degrees. Some studies have reported that sexual behavior and sexually transmitted disease may play a role in the etiology of prostate cancer 5.