Men who can’t engage in regular sex are candidates for prostate cancer – Lutterodt

Entertainment of Monday, 31 October 2016

Source: ultimatefmonline.com

2016-10-31

Counsellor Lutterodt CharmCounsellor George Lutterodt

Controversial Counsellor George Lutterodt has stated that husbands who are unable to have continuous sex of 21 days within a month with their wives are candidates for prostate cancer.

According to him, husbands should be able to have sex with their wives regularly to prevent them from suffering from the deadly disease.

Speaking on Abusua FM’s Drive hosted by Ike Da–Unpredictable he said husbands who are unable to have regularly sex with their wives may be suffering from brain disorders and therefore should properly be examined by doctors.

Counsellor Lutterodt added that there are so many benefits associated with sex and that sex is the only prevention for prostate cancer.

‘It’s a brain disorder if you can’t have sex with your wife. Regular sex prevents husbands from suffering from the deadly disease called prostate cancer. There are so many benefits associated with sex, a man who is able to have sex with the wife 21 times within a month without any guilt is unlikely to suffer from prostate cancer.

If you are not cheating on your wife and your mind is at peace, every man should at least ejaculates 21 times. You are a candidate for prostate cancer if you cannot have regular sex with your wife. Sex is the only prevention,’ he said.

He reiterated that it is wrong for men and women to engage in unbridled sexual activities when they are not married, advising young men to save money for marriage in order to be saved from prostate cancer.

He envisaged that the ‘genuine orgasm’ conference team will soon land in Kumasi to sensitise men on the importance of genuine orgasm for the body.

‘If you don’t have money to marry and you die out of prostate cancer, whose fault is it, marry to save your life from this deadly disease because regular sex is important for the body growth. Sex is a serious orgasm thing that is why we annually organise sex conference; we will soon be here in Kumasi.

Counsellor Lutterodt indicated that wives should be worried if their husbands are not able to have sex with them within a week.

‘Men marry for two reasons sex and beauty; men do not really consider character traits before marrying. Women consider the character of men,’ he explained.

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