CANCER, COVID-19 AND SEX
If you’re single, social distancing is a real hassle when it comes to romantic intimacy. But, for couples in established relationships, the Spring lockdown is proving to be a physical intimacy blessing.
But, unfortunately, the dark side of more sex is an increased likelihood of cancer.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the reason for concern. HPV normally takes several months to be flushed from the body, but in 10 to 20 percent of cases it can fester in a person before turning into cancer.
That’s why the medical community is urging men and women to protect themselves from sexual BEHAVIOURS that can result in HPV-related cancers.
Watch the Video Here and learn how to celebrate lovemaking this Spring without the shadow of cancer lurking over your shoulder.