HAVING MULTIPLE SEX PARTNERS CAN CAUSE PENILE CANCER IN MEN – MEDICAL PRACTITIONER INFORMS.
The Chief Executive Officer of BO Regenerative Medical Diagnostic Specialist Clinic, Dr. Boanerges N.K. Nartey has enlightened the world in an interview on ‘Fontomfrom’ morning show on Kantanka Television on how multiple sex partners can cause penile cancer in men.
Penile cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the penis. Human papillomavirus infection may increase the risk of developing penile cancer. The medical practitioner went on to say that, penile cancer is usually found on the glans or foreskin of the penis but can also occur on the shaft or tube of the penis. He further added that, most penile cancers begin on the skin of the penis.
He also listed some risks and causes that could influence such malevolent disease which includes: human papilloma virus (HPV) infection, circumcision, people between 60 years and above, Phimosis, Poor hygiene, having multiple sexual partners, AIDS, UV treatment for psoriasis, and tobacco use.
He then added a few symptoms which include sore or irritation on the penis, redness, and a lump on the penis whiles other possible associated symptoms maybe, persistent foul-smelling, penile discharge (blood) coming from the penis, a change in color of the penis, bluish-brown flat scratches on the penis, swollen lymph nodes in groin, and an irregular swelling at the tip of the penis.
Dr. Nartey ultimately advised that, men should take very good care of themselves and practice a high sense of personal hygiene and desist from having multiple sex partners to prevent such deadly infection and also, visit the hospital from time to time when they notice a slight change in their penis because early detection leads to early medication.
SOURCE:www.kantankatv.com | Harriet Anaman