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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Mar 19th, 2011, 12:40 pm Thread Starter
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After experiencing the discomfort and embarrassment of a prostate test on the Australian National Health Service, a friend of mine decided to have his next test done while visiting Thailand where the beautiful nurses are rather more gentle and accommodating.

As usual he was asked to strip off, he lay naked on his side on the bed and the nurse began the examination.

"At this stage of the procedure it's quite normal to get an erection" said the nurse.

"I haven't got an erection" said the man.

"No, but I have" replied the nurse.....
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After experiencing the discomfort and embarrassment of a prostate test on the Australian National Health Service, a friend of mine decided to have his next test done while visiting Thailand where the beautiful nurses are rather more gentle and accommodating.

As usual he was asked to strip off, he lay naked on his side on the bed and the nurse began the examination.

"At this stage of the procedure it's quite normal to get an erection" said the nurse.

"I haven't got an erection" said the man.

"No, but I have" replied the nurse.....
Very funny Chuck

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All very unfunny!!!! I had the check done today, ANZAC day!! I do not like sitting on a Beemer seat, with a blob of Vaseline stuck to my underdaks and a distorted sphincter. Oh! All tests showed okay and he assured me it was a finger he used.
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I won't go into some historic details here as we are in a humorous frame, but don't get carried away with that test. It's only as good as the training of the doc/nurse and unless they are a specialist seeing the results of their finger tests AND biopsys, there's no guarantee of their competence. They don't train with artificial dummys and there are parts they can't get to. But it's cheap, reassuring and sometimes exciting.

By the time most of the new docs feel something wrong, you can can be a long way too late.

Get a PSA blood test done and if the result is over 4, take it further.

A new vaccine may be ready in a couple of years time, if you can wait that long.



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I recall my doctor saying the blood test was a 30% effective option, finger about the same. Best indication was abnormality when you take a pit stop
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I recall my doctor saying the blood test was a 30% effective option, finger about the same. Best indication was abnormality when you take a pit stop
That's also true, but in the end nothing is absolute confirmation, they are all pointers to decide whether to go through a biopsy procedure or not. Then you get answers near the truth, even then only as good as the decision as to where to take the core samples.

The point about the blood test is not the absolute reading you get back, but by how much it changes over time and you don't get that from DRE.

Anyway, this thread is about lightening our day with some humor, which we need with gas prices going ballistic.



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All very unfunny!!!! I had the check done today, ANZAC day!! I do not like sitting on a Beemer seat, with a blob of Vaseline stuck to my underdaks and a distorted sphincter. Oh! All tests showed okay and he assured me it was a finger he used.
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I had an elevated PSA (6) in 2003. by December 2008 I had experienced three of those rectal biopsies all negative. My PSA, however, was up to 25. It was feared that the cancer though not found, could be outside the prostate.

March 2009 saw me undergoing a new procedure called Template Biopsy. I highly recommend this approach which is carried out under anesthetic and takes 30 x 1mm cores. Result: cancer found. Treatment choices: Radiation or Surgical removal of the gland. I opted for the later which was performed using the DaVinci Robot.

Today: Just had by quarterly blood test which shows zero PSA. So far so good. After lung cancer, prostate cancer is the major killer in men. Don't neglect it.

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