Heating pad warm-up: A cancer risk?

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I was thinking a little while ago about how years ago there was all that talk about alternating current products increasing cancer risks. Has that shit been debunked or do some still hold to it? If there is any truth to it, do you suppose an electric heating pad would pose any possible increased risk for testicular cancer? Personally, I use one of those microwaveable packs that can double as a hot or cold pack, though I only use it for Penis Enlargement. I don't care for it too much and have been considering using an electric pad.
 

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I think that is a bunch of horse shit.. Thats my opinion, now a days everything gives you cancer, who really knows.
 

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Yeah, there is something to be said for that. If all the alleged cancer risks are legitimate, it's hopeless and you'd simply better hope for superhuman genetics.
 

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"Alternating current products" - can you be a little more specific?

I don't have much idea what that means. What kind of current is produced in the ROP?

By the way, is zinc really hard to come by, or is it just where I live?
 

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If I'm not mistaken, alternating current runs with products you plug into an outlet, whereas direct current correlates to battery operated product. I remember years ago hearing things like one should not use an electric blanket due to cancer concerns.
 
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quit breathing! air caulses cancer! LOl
btw keep the heet to your boys to a mimimum [ they don't like to much] 15/20 minutes at a time also wrap mr. penis with a damp not dripping washcloth as most heat works better
a/c = alternating current what comes out of the wall
d/c = direct currert ie batterys & rop
 

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longTom said:
quit breathing! air caulses cancer! LOl
How true!

I usually heat for no more than 5-10 minutes prior to the routine. Sometimes I heat afterwards and sometimes I don't, but never more than a few minutes. It just doesn't seem necessary to me to go beyond what is adequate for warming up the tissue.
 
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