Have any of you had a prostate massage for the pupose of warding off further prostate problems or to alleviate new ones? Just wondered if it helped your particular problem or kept you from having any problems in the future.
How long did the massage last and did you reach an orgasm or ejaculate while it was being done?View Thread
O.K., so today on the morning news, I hear that a "government panel" has determined that PSA testing may not be beneficial because of not really prolonging the lives of us guys with cancer. I fortunately do not have prostate cancer and I sympathize you fellas that do. Anyway, just wondered the opinion of you guys that have gone through this. I have quizzed my Doc on this subject and his comment was he finds more bumps doing the DRE and PSA testing guys for this than I think the "government panel" thinks.
Oh, and by the way, this is the same "government panel" that suggested that women need not have a mammogram each year. Guys.....help me with this, I have been confused with this talk for forever.
My best to all of you that are suffering with this dreaded disease, you are troopers!!View Thread
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