Blind aphrodisiac may also increase the risk of cancer. According to a reporter's investigation, there are many male hormone products for injection or oral use (mainly used to enhance male masculinity) on the market. Experts say that blindly listening to advertisements and taking these male hormone products without discrimination are likely to increase the risk of prostate cancer.
Experts recommend that people with undeveloped or no testicles (such as eunuchs) do not develop prostate hypertrophy or prostate cancer, indicating that prostate cancer is closely related to male testicles and androgens in the body. "If you feel that your androgen secretion is not strong enough, it is best to seek medical attention in a hospital. If you do not undergo screening, taking or injecting excessive androgen products on your own may increase the risk of cancer." In addition, Huang Jian also pointed out that if there is already prostate cancer latent in the body, but still taking male androgen products, it can lead to a worsening of the condition.
In recent years, the death rate of prostate cancer has climbed to the first place in Europe and the United States, and its incidence rate in China is also increasing. Prostate cancer tends to occur in the elderly, and the incidence rate increases with age. The incidence rate of prostate cancer in people with a family history is significantly higher than that in the general population. Epidemiological investigations have found that prostate cancer is also related to living standards and dietary structure. The more fat, protein, and cholesterol components in the diet, the greater the risk of prostate cancer.