Curious to hear about how old some of you were when you were first given a prostate exam and how it was done and how did you respond. I have heard that some men really don't not like to have it done and others are glad that their doctors include this in their regular exams.View Thread
I was curious about the follow up exam and how things are going. Was the exam as thorough as the previous exams? Were you given another injection for the doctor to see what effect it has on your erection. Did he check your bulbocavernous reflex again and how was that procedure done.View Thread
When was the last time that you went in for a follow up exam? And how did it go? Are you happy with the results of the tri mix injection? How detailed is the genital and rectal exam that you get from the doctor? Sounds like you are lucky to have found a very professional doctor. If you want to be very specific, I have an email address in my information.View Thread
I have my exam scheduled and I am wondering how it will be with the doctor. I hope he will take his time like gq12's doctor and be thorough like your doctor asm37. I really don't mind being naked during an exam and I suppose if I get a my usual manly reaction to the exam, it will not be a concern. If you can tell me any more specific details about the exam experience, you can email me. I enjoy sharing experiences.View Thread
What type of exam procedures does your doctor do with you during your physical. Do you have to strip for the entire exam. Do you mind being nude during the exam. I need to schedule my physical and would like to hear about other physical exams experiences.View Thread
I guess it depends on the doctor. I have had some that do a full all over skin check and some that want you to leave on your briefs. I don't think that you should have to request a full check, it should be done automatically.View Thread
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