In the past year, there have been a lot of articles about how massagers are “healthier” and “better” for your prostate.
But there’s been some uncertainty as to whether massages actually have an effect on prostate health.
Now, a new study finds that a massager’s vibration can be a key factor in determining whether a patient will be able to maintain a good erection.
The research was led by researchers at the University of Utah, and it was published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
The study used a large sample of more than 10,000 men and women, all of whom had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and asked them to rate the importance of various factors when choosing the right massager for their condition.
The results revealed that the vibrations of a massage can be the key factor.
The more vibration, the more intense the massage, and the higher the chance that the patient will have an erection, the researchers found.
But the vibrations were also predictive of a patient’s overall erectile function, which was also linked to the chance of a successful surgical procedure.
So the researchers set out to determine whether vibration could also play a role in prostate health, and whether it could be used to predict whether a massaged man will have a successful surgery.
They tested men’s response to different vibration frequencies.
As it turns out, vibrations could be an important predictor of the outcome of a prostate procedure.
The vibrations of the vibrations are related to the number of erectile tissue cells in the prostate, which can increase the likelihood of successful surgery, according to the researchers.
So if a man has a high number of these cells, it could make it easier for him to get a successful prostatectomy procedure.
In fact, it seems that a higher number of cells in a patient is correlated with a higher chance of success.
The researchers also compared men’s responses to vibration frequencies between the massages they received and the vibration frequencies that had not been received.
They found that the higher a person’s vibration frequency, the less likely he or she was to respond to a particular vibration.
But vibration was also correlated with the patient’s age and gender.
For instance, a man who had received a high frequency vibration at the age of 34 was less likely to have an successful surgery if he or her age had also been associated with the high frequency.
“The data suggest that vibrations of massages, such as those of the vibrators used in this study, can be very important predictors of erectility and may even be a reliable indicator of whether a particular procedure will be successful,” said the study’s lead author, Daniel K. Cohen.
So what is the role of vibrations in the health of the prostate?
A recent study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior looked at the effect of vibrating the prostate.
Researchers measured the effects of different vibration patterns on prostate cancer patients, and found that a high-vibration massage resulted in a significant reduction in the number and size of prostate cancer cells, and that vibration was linked to better outcomes.
This study was based on the idea that vibrating a prostate can cause the growth of new cancer cells.
But as the researchers note in the study, it is not yet known whether vibrating is actually beneficial for the prostate in general.
There are currently no scientific studies that can show whether vibrators actually help prostate cancer heal, or even if vibrators have any effect on the growth or the number or size of cancer cells in general, Cohen said.
The new study is the latest in a long line of studies that have found the effects vibrating have on the health and well-being of men’s prostate.
Previous studies have shown that vibrators can decrease sexual frequency in men, which could have implications for erectile dysfunction.
“Vibrating the penis is not only a good way to improve one’s sex life, it also reduces risk for urinary tract infections and other diseases,” said lead author Dr. Michael P. DeBenedetti, a gynecologic oncology researcher at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
“If we can understand the mechanisms behind the changes in prostate cancer cell counts, we can also better target therapies to men at high risk of developing these diseases.”
In other words, if you are a man at high-risk for prostate cancer and want to have more sex, vibrating your penis may not be the way to go.
If you want to know more about prostate cancer care, check out this video on prostate care.