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Cycling is a fun and effective form of exercise, but you may be worried that the pressure of a bicycle saddle can cause urinary tract, and prostate problems. And precautions, you can enjoy your bike without causing any long-term damage.
The prostate is a small gland the size and shape of the walnut, which is a part of the human reproductive system. It helps produce semen, the fluid from your body through the penis testicular spermatozoa. With age, the prostate can grow larger, squeezing around the urethra, causing urinary problems. You may also be infected, inflamed, enlarged prostate or prostate cancer risk increases.
affect According to Dr. Gabe Mirkin, “Sports Medicine, author of” clinical research data indicate that bike ride in the men’s side effects are the most common genital numbness and impotence. Rare effects may include: infertility, blood in the urine, reversing the spermatic cord, prostatitis, or inflammation of the prostate and prostate cancer test is used to check the levels.
Meir Medical Center in the Department of Urology at the University of Tel Aviv, bike review genitourinary system related problems in men in the 2005 European Urology Department researchers. They concluded that prostatitis caused by a cycling accident a long time sitting in the saddle on the prostate compression results. However, between 1998 and 2007, a Swedish study followed 45,887 people, aged 45 to 79 years the incidence of prostate cancer lifelong physical activity survey results.
Their findings, published in 2009 in the British Journal of Cancer found that men who have the highest level of physical activity for life events, the lowest level compared with men, the risk of developing prostate cancer decreased by 16%. The researchers estimated that for every 30 minutes of daily walking or cycling the risk of prostate cancer decreased by 7%.
… because most of the negative effects of circulating prostate derived bicycle seat, Dr. Paul Nolan, medical WARDA, Texas practice, he referred to himself as a bicycle document, stating that If you have a chronic prostate problems, exacerbated by the traditional seat sit, you can find the “exquisite relief”, switch to a reclining chair. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in Cincinnati, written by Dr. Steven Schrader reported a study showed no nose bicycle saddle Sexual Medicine “in August 2008 published an article, you can reduce numbness, pressure and male genital discomfort Cycling
Prostate specific antigen, or PSA, test for prostate cancer is currently identifying the gold standard, although the impact of research on hybrid cycle PSA test, November 2004 issue that several a link biking, horseback riding temporary elevated PSA levels, which may lead to a false report of European Urology screening if you are concerned about the possibility, and there is an upcoming PSA test, you might consider avoiding circulating blood before the test.http://www.diseaseshealthconditions.com/archives/20130601/prostate-problems-with-the-bike.html#.Ub9AlPlmifM
“I think a man who is a regular cyclist and who needs a PSA test should tell their doctor about their hobby. It’s surprising how many doctors may not know about the association and this could avoid unpleasant further investigation. Mentioning you regularly use your bike could save on a lot of discomfort.”
Cycling increases warning signs of prostate cancer – The Telegraph 28 February 2012
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