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03. May 2022

Healthy intimate life
Dámy, darujte svojmu partnerovi zdravší intímny život
Source: Indonal
For a long time, HPV was primarily considered a problem for women, where it manifested most prominently. However, in recent years, an increasing number of male patients are being affected by the HPV virus. Research confirms that up to 70% of men carry the HPV virus, with many being asymptomatic and unknowingly transmitting it to their sexual partners. A simple touch in the genital area is all it takes for the virus to spread. Are you certain that your partner does not have HPV? Recent studies have revealed that while 100 types of this virus are harmless, some strains can lead to cancer. Strengthening immunity becomes crucial in this context.

Currently, there is no effective prevention against this virus for the male population. The only effective prevention is to strengthen immunity, avoid a promiscuous lifestyle, and thoroughly know your sexual partners.


The first visible symptoms in men are changes on the genitals, mostly in the form of warts, which are typical of the HPV virus. However, it remains true that the virus manifests itself more often in women, while men are often asymptomatic carriers.


Consider trying INDONAL MAN® for men, a natural supplement that supports immunity and positively affects the quality of intimate life. Indole-3-carbinol, the primary ingredient of Indonal Man®, is carefully extracted from cruciferous plants such as broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. In combination with Saw Palmetto, also found in Indonal Man®, they positively affect the metabolism of male sex hormones, have a beneficial impact on the urinary and sexual systems, and offer revitalizing effects in addition to addressing prostate problems.

How Indonal Man can help your loved one:

It positively influences the metabolism of male sex hormones, has a beneficial effect on the urinary and sexual systems, and provides revitalizing effects to address prostate issues.

As explained by MUDr. Hegerová: “There is definitely no need to underestimate preventive visits to a general practitioner for men over 50, at least once a year. The basis is an examination of the prostate through the rectum (per rectum) and a blood test for the indicator of prostate activity, PSA (prostate-specific antigen).

For more information on Indonal Man®: https://www.indonal.co.uk

Read more: https://feminity.zoznam.sk/c/904519/damy-darujte-svojmu-partnerovi-zdravsi-intimny-zivot#ixzz5aIgigZbo

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