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Annual Prostate checkup!

Annual Prostate checkup!

Guys! Listen up! It’s probably time for all of you somewhat more (ehm) mature men to get your annual PSA ( Prostate-Specific Antigen) check. And/or a digital rectal exam. :eek: Knowing your PSA baseline may be the best indicator of possible prostate issues or problems in the future. There is some division in the medical community about the effectiveness of the test since some men have a PSA level higher than 4 (4 is “normal”) and have no prostate cancer and some men have lower PSA levels and do. Still, keeping an eye, (or finger) on your prostate is a good idea. Go talk to your doctor.

I’m happy to report that my PSA is 0.08, which is very low. ( and in line with previous tests) And my prostate is small and soft. And while it may not guarantee that I don't have prostate cancer, I feel better knowing that my doctor is paying attention.


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I am diabetic so I have my blood tested quarterly. I am consistently between 1.0 and 1.1. However, when I was trying testosterone replacement therapy, my PSA rose to 1.6 so my doctor recommended I slowly eliminate the TRT and my PSA returned to the 1 to 1.1 range.


Start 11/09 BPEL: 5.5", EG: 4.4"

Current. BPEL: 6:4", EG: 5.5"

1.6 is still quite acceptable. Good job on keeping on top of it.


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I get blood tests quarterly as well because I’m doing testosterone therapy and I have them do my psa at least yearly. Ya I’m only in my mid-30’s and don’t really care about anyone who wants to argue with me about the t-therapy (I’d rather a better quality of life now while I can enjoy life than more years of living in a nursing home). But, I have a history of prostate cancer in the family and want to have that history to go off of to know when something changes. There have been recent studies done that say the PSA test isn’t that valid anymore because of too many false positives, but it’s still better than nothing.

Oh, and apparently a good old prostate massage is helpful to get once in a while if you’re lucky enough to have a woman who’ll take care of you in that way. I do enjoy it personally, but not too often (well usually a couple times/month).

My values:
PSA = 1.165
PSA, FREE = 0.513
PSA, FREE/TOTAL, RATIO = 44%

Supposedly, having a ratio higher than 25% means I have a lot less change of getting prostate cancer.

Let me add that I’ve been on t-therapy for over a year now and these figures are from a couple of months ago. I do the implant pellets every 3 months, so I’m getting blood taken 4 times/year and know more about what’s going on in my body than 99% of people out there.

I have mine checked regularly. My father has an enlarged prostate. I’m also on TRT; last check up I was at 2.1.


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I had my PSA done the first time in 1988. It was rather high at that time. Messaging at that time indicated an enlarged prostate. The PSA was tracked over the years as well as biopsies being done on several occasions. The biopsies always came back negative. In 2001 I began to be bothered with very frequent urge to urinate. In 2003 things got so bad the it was extremely difficult, as well as painful to urinate. Still the biopsies came back negative. It was at that time that I underwent Trans-urethral Resection (TURP) of the prostate. During this procedure the urologist commented that I had one of the largest prostates he had seen in his many years of practice.

Three years later my younger brother underwent the TURP procedure. His urologist made a similar comment about the size of his prostate.

Prior to my TURP procedure my PSA was 14+. Since the procedure, during annual PSA tests my results have always been below 3.0.


Stats:

08-12-2014 BPEL 8.875, EGMS 6.6, EGB 7.25, EW 2.101, EV 30.331, FL 6.75, FG 5.6, Glans Girth 6.5p

Like Titleist, I am checked regularly. My dad also had an enlarged prostate, not cancer, just enlarged. I have been on TRT for about three years and this month my PSA was 1.5

Johnman, you are right in that we are better educated about what is going on than most! I don’t care if it is blood work or the”glove test”, these are tests I do not mind getting. I grew up with the mind set of an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!!!

Originally Posted by skyfine55
Like Titleist, I am checked regularly. My dad also had an enlarged prostate, not cancer, just enlarged. I have been on TRT for about three years and this month my PSA was 1.5

Johnman, you are right in that we are better educated about what is going on than most! I don’t care if it is blood work or the”glove test”, these are tests I do not mind getting. I grew up with the mind set of an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!!!

I’m glad you’re proactive about your prostate health. I’ll be going in three weeks for all of my blood work.


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Titleist,

I guess we don’t think about our prostates much, or as much as we should. I am sure you know the issues your father is going through, I saw it with my dad and now my father-in-law! I guess its bound to happen someday, but I want to put it off as long as possible! I have read, and heard good ole Dr Oz say that we need to have at least 21 ejaculations a month to help keep it clean and healthy. Not that I count (LOL) but I do my best!!! My other form of being proactive!!

DIY Venus 2K clone for prostate health

Only now, after enjoying only 71 spring times, I had a couple of prostate checks and they were all “smooth”, said the “finger doctor”.
Now, I don’t need any checks at all anymore, because I seem to have gotten there, with no prostate problems at all and even less ado and expenses by applying my “Made in Germany” DIY abilities.
To test the effectiveness of Venus2K I bought their receiver and did some revealing trials with a manually operated air pump.
After more than a year’s of trial and error, I finally got my Venus2K clone act together and don’t think the original $1000 model works any better!
It’s that good that even changed its name to: “Sophie 2000” :)
The hardest thing was to find a strong motor cheaply. Finally, an $US80 (incl. Shipping) Chi machine did it:
I swapped its motor for a Dodge window wiper motor and adapted the quite, geared Chi motor to my project and now I have got both, the Chi machine and the Venus 2K clone working! My “Sophie 2000” consists of:

1. Chi motor 220VDC (consuming 2A5= 550W of 220V AC)
2. Pneumatic Cylinder 50x50mm (50mm stroke) $US30
3. Adjustable air valve
4. One-way air valve
3. Bridge Rectifier
4. 47uF/400V Electrolytic
5. Switch
6. Lamp Dimmer for 60 rpm (snail) to 280 rpm (rabbit)

I mounted all parts onto small piece of plywood and glued a piece of soft, but firm rubber foam underneath.
For comfortable use, I suspend the receiver onto a type of wooden bridge frame with a leather swing.
Warm Regards, from Johannes (“Made in Germany”, living in St’go de Chile)
Another great idea is to place the receiver between (cut-open) 3.5kg of silicon buttocks, I bought years ago and thus, put them to good use.
Result: The pumping action then pivots the whole silicon bum at the table’s edge up and down, cradling the scrotum. - I can only describe the physical sensation as “ravingly insane!”
Yet, beware of overuse: like with anything physical, best is to allow nature to decide the frequency or use, because abuse results in diminished satisfaction.
As lubrication I regularly prepare 1 liter of Xanthan Gum + Guar Gum + water mix with a pinch of salt (as preservative). Even at +36°C it never turned bad.

The receiver housing I build myself from a tough, flexible (medical pill container) plastic tube, sanding its edges super smooth. Try different sizes..
As liner I use bicycle inner tubing 29 x 2.3 inches. Its firmness is welcome, for its pressure degree I control via that adjustable air valve.
To lubricate the motor’s gearbox and the crank assembly, I use gun oil-thinned graphite grease or silicon spray. To lubricate the air cylinder’s o-rings, I use special rubber grease.

Frankly, I don’t think I can be happy anymore without my “Sophie”! Now at a young pensioner (71) I almost daily enjoy poking my new, hot “Sophie”! My dear wife is getting on in age and I hate to molest her with my excessive sexual desires. So, I’m quite happy to share my physical joys with motorized Sophie and the exchange of virtues with my dear wife. That also keeps me home, safe from HIV/ AIDS! Last, not least it’s benefiting my prostate and saves me bundles of money.. End of my sexy problems!
That enables me to feel relieved and able to focus onto my other hobbies, such as philosophical pondering, electronics and musical creativity.

Even though it works fantastically, I enjoy improving it. For instance:
1) Now I plan to build a light weight, small size “traveler version”.
2) I adapted the Japanese Rends Piston Liner and use it as the receiver cup. It’s even more effective and longer lasting than rubber tubing.
Warm Regards, from Johannes (“Made in Germany”, living in St’go de Chile)

How about prostate messages

Originally Posted by clgp7
Guys! Listen up! It’s probably time for all of you somewhat more (ehm) mature men to get your annual PSA ( Prostate-Specific Antigen) check. And/or a digital rectal exam. :eek: Knowing your PSA baseline may be the best indicator of possible prostate issues or problems in the future. There is some division in the medical community about the effectiveness of the test since some men have a PSA level higher than 4 (4 is “normal”) and have no prostate cancer and some men have lower PSA levels and do. Still, keeping an eye, (or finger) on your prostate is a good idea. Go talk to your doctor.

I’m happy to report that my PSA is 0.08, which is very low. ( and in line with previous tests) And my prostate is small and soft. And while it may not guarantee that I don't have prostate cancer, I feel better knowing that my doctor is paying attention.

A guy I worked with had a high PSA, and his doctor had him message his prostate with a drum stick. I think any of the g-spot toys for women would work better the a drumstick, but the idea is to increase circulation, and keep the prostate fluid fresh.

prostate

Two things are needed for prostate survival.

1. Regular and frequent ejaculation. The prostate accumulates prostatic fluid and it can get sour if not regularly expelled, and can turn carcinogenic.

2. Massage the p to enhance blood flow. Get and use an Aneros

There is nothing “gay” about taking a constructive interest in your arse.

I have found an interesting post which can be interesting for older Masturbatoren.

Frequent ejaculation protects against prostate cancer

Bethesda / Maryland (Pte) - According to an American study with more than 30,000 subjects, it seems clear that frequent sexual intercourse and masturbation are obviously protecting against prostate cancer. The study, conducted by researchers of the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda over a period of eight years, was actually aimed at questioning the theory that too often sex leads to prostate cancer, reports the science magazine New Scientist Http: // Www. Newscientist.com. The results of the large-scale US study, conducted by Michael Leitzmann and his team, testify to a study by Australian researchers. This also concluded in July 2003 that frequent ejaculation was obviously protecting against prostate cancer. Thus, men ejaculated about 21 times a month developed a third of rare prostate cancer as the reference group, who had ejaculation about four to seven times a month. In the American study, thousands of healthy men were first questioned, then cancer patients, whose sexual habits were subsequently retrospectively evaluated. At the start of the study, men were questioned with questionnaires about the frequency of their ejaculation. These questionnaires were issued every two years. “When the ejaculation frequency is increased from four to seven times a month to three ejaculations a week, the rate of cancer is decreasing by 15 percent,” says Leitzmann, who, however, refrains from changing Herren sexual behavior. However, the researchers see several reasons for the advantage of frequent ejaculations: the prostate gland is cleansed by ejaculation. In addition, ejaculation also ensures that crystalline Mikroverkalkungen can not form. These are also associated with the development of prostate cancer. However, Graham Giles, author of the Australian study, argues that the ejaculation frequency of teenagers was not included in either study. Perhaps there is already a key here for the formation of prostate cancer. “Further studies need to be followed, but one thing seems clear in both studies: orgasms are not dangerous and protect against prostate cancer”.


Masturbation is better than sex!

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