Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Boner Help Warning


A boner help warning from the good Dr's Oz and Roizen:
"The good news is that the first generic version of Viagra has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, so your costs are going down. The bad news is that a recent study found that your sildenafil probably accelerates skin cancer cell growth.
Not to be confused with an earlier study that stated sildenafil is connected to higher rates of melanoma, the current study simply states that if you already have a melanoma tumor, sildenafil stimulates a pathway (it's called cGMP, in case you're interested) that promotes a faster spread of melanoma."
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Now, there's no need to quit using it, because sex is important to a happier, healthier life. Remember that the medical community has determined that a bare minimum of two ejaculations per week is tantamount to reducing your risk of developing prostate cancer. In other words, cum and cum often.
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But, the good doctors warn: "If you're taking sildenafil -- generic or brand -- get your skin checked for signs of skin damage or cancer, not once but twice a year."
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And that includes your cock and ballsac, guys.
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Because, yes, you can develop skin cancer there
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and you wouldn't want to lose even a small piece of your cock.
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Now, remember it's Masturbation Month, so listen to the good doctors. Go ward off the prostate cancer and enjoy yourself.
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You do listen to the good doctors who care, right?

10 comments:

A French Patrick said...

Sorry, Baby, I undergo time constraints. I can only thank you for this update and send you my many bisous of the day.

SickoRicko said...

Great post!

Anonymous said...

Are you shitting me? I knew about getting cancer in my balls but dick cancer? wtf

AOM said...

Thanks for the warning and for looking out for us. Great images inspiring my bate right now - with you in mind! : ) Wishing you a bonerific day. Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

LORD PATRICK said...

Great warning to those who need it! Australia in the melanoma capital of the world! Mainly due to our sunshine! Wish I could celebrate May, but those days are past! Nothing from Paul for awhile now. Thanks for your visits and comments! Hugs, Patrick

Jean WM said...

See Anon, that's why this blog is so good and not just another pretty face.

Anonymous said...

@Anon: Cancer of the penis is extremely rare, but it can occur. Usually it's caused by HPV. You can also get skin cancer, which is far more common, but on the penis, you're talking like, an average of 30 square inches of skin which is covered by clothing most of the time you're outside.

Even if I had a nice place with a privacy fence or wall, I'd probably spend more time outdoors with my dick covered than naked. And I'm dark enough that I don't need a tanning bed. (Tanning beds are a major cause of skin cancer.)

In this case, the Wizard of Oz is behind the times. The study in question was two years ago, and attempts to replicate it have failed. So, statistical anomaly.

whkattk said...

@ Jean - Awww...Thanks, Jean!

whkattk said...

@ Anon - And, yes, sorry to say. But cancer of the cock does happen. That's whay it's important to always give it a thorough check once in a while. And don't ignore that "pimple" on the shaft - if it doesn't clear up within a few days, go see a doctor!

A French Patrick said...

@ Jean WM:
You are right, dear Jean. By definition.
Can I dare add that our good Pat has not said "dick cancer" as written by Sir "Anon" (the biggest author of comments in the world that we meet nearly everywhere), Pat has said "a skin cancer".
Nevertheless, the cancer of the penis does exist and concerns a little less than 1% of the men (never the women, I don't know why) in the western countries, against 17% in those of Southeast Asia or in Brazil. One time out of two this advancing disease is a skin cancer and the other time it concerns the penis itself.
Have a great day my love.