Cell-phone awareness – impact on your genital system

How many times have you been in a situation when you’d forget to bring you bag or a purse with you and simply put your cell-phone in your trousers’ front pocket? Or, here’s a simple question: how often do you put your cell-phone in your trousers’ front pocket adjacent to your genital region? Some of the people do it more often, which is not really good…

I personally have used jeans’ pocket as a cell-phone space two years ago, until I’ve heard something which changed my mind. I was listening to histology classes when professor told us that he hates when he sees other people putting their phones in their trousers. I immediately knew what was he referring to, but I’ve never used that knowledge in practice. He told us that rays which cell-phones emit could potentially harm cells in your genitalia which are necessary for further development and maturation. Rays degenerate cells making them grow and act more strange, disordering normal life cycle and in the end, causing cancer. The consequence which could be directly connected to cell-phone emission could also be sterility. And when I talk about this problem, I’m not just talking about men, but also it has an impact on women. Putting your cell-phones ladies could make your cervix and uterine cells misbehave, causing disorders which could also lead to sterility and cancer development. Also, if you are pregnant, cell-phones could damage your fetus, so always wear a bag or a purse with you and keep you phone far away from your genital area. Because ladies wear bags more often than men do, males are in higher risk of getting ill, just because you usually use your trousers’ pockets for your phones.

Always remember that radiation accumulates, so it doesn’t matter if you’ve had your phone in your pocket today and six months after. It is the same as have a cell-phone in your pocket for today and tomorrow, because radiation accumulates in your body. Be aware that we’re talking about your organs which are most likely to get ill during your life and are extremely sensitive to everything, not just phone radiation. Watch about that problem always and pay a visit to a doctor, since as you’re getting older, more and more problems would appear more often.

I hope that after reading this article, you’ll recognize what you must do. Go to the nearest shop and buy a proper bag if you don’t have any. And yeah, before you go anywhere, think twice about where to put you your phone next time…


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Ardie 5 years ago from Neverland

This is good information for young men to know and very well presented :)


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IndiePharm 5 years ago from Niš, Serbia Author

Thanks for commenting. :) It is also very important for both men and women, but men are a bit more in danger, we don't wear bags too much often. :)


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Erin Boggs1 5 years ago from Western Maryland

Wow I never thought about what happens with my cell phone being in that region all day. I think I'll be keeping it in my purse from now on. Thanks for letting this information be known. :)


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IndiePharm 5 years ago from Niš, Serbia Author

Genital system is in higher risk of developing a sort of illness like cancer, if you adjust your cell-phone a bit more than you should. It is because that this system produces new cells and hormones with every cycle male and female have. Scientists are now discussing about the impact on our brain, so a good suggestion would be to use either earphones or bluetooth adapters. I think I'll discuss about that topic in one of my future hubs. :) Thanks a lot for commenting and following! ;)


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maxoxam41 4 years ago from USA

Interesting hub.


mukesh indin 4 years ago

i have been putting my cellphone in my trousers front pocket, since few days , a stange thing is happening with me. I have been feeling like vibration, as how we feel , when we receive sms, in the front region of my genital area. Is it a serious thing ? I am worroied.

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