PE and annual physicals
Hi, I’m not exactly new to PE as I’ve been on and off for the past four years (on in about 8 months per year and off in 4). In fact, I think I’ve gained about an inch each in length and girth with jelq sticks that period but my mistake was not taking really measuring my beginning stats (so I can’t really give accurate figures for my real beginning stats).
So I’m treating my joining of this awesome forum as my PE day 1 and I’ll officially reckon my progress against today, although I don’t think I can still get some newbie gains.
Now for my question: Can PE be detected from urine works during an annual medical exam? I figured because of the jelqs and stretches can conceivably cause micro-tears in the urethra itself, red blood cells (even a very small number) might end up in the urine and detected in urine works? I would not want to be in a situation where the doctor would ask me if I have any idea to explain why there is a RBC count (even a very tiny count) and have to explain that it’s PE.
This was also a main reason for my on-off in the past; when I intend to go for my annual executive checkup in a few months, I would make it a point to stop PE-ing at least one month before that date. At least to ensure any micro-tears that may contribute to RBC in urine. But my experience is that inertia gets the better of me and I end up not PE-ing even 2 or 3 months after the medical itself — so about 4 months off in a year [certainly terrible in terms of ‘cementing’ gains]
Am I just paranoid that there such a possibility of the doctor “detecting” PE in my urine? Or for that matter, anyway else? Reason is, I intend to go for my annual exec checkup in mid this year, and I would like to schedule my PE-off month if that’s required?
LT Goal: 8 NBP / 6 EG | Start (Jan 2011): 6.5 BP / 6.0 NBP / 5.0 EG
Current Priority: Length