A few weeks ago, I was talking with the director of ProstateCancer.net and he sent me a question/ comment from a community member about male orgasm after prostate cancer (PC) surgery and treatments. The question was different because it was related to painful orgasms and “retrograde orgasms.” After a bit research, I discovered a trend in the information related to prostate cancer and Retrograde Ejaculation (RE).
Lately, I’ve been reading a lot more about the dreaded DRE – Digital Rectal Exam. While I understand that guys feel uncomfortable with the exam and some doctors say, it’s not necessary, it can still help, right? The answer is yes. So…in this quick article, I’m going to throw my support behind getting a DRE and a PSA at the same time.
Why is there a disparity between African-American men and men from other ethnic groups when it comes to prostate cancer? Is it the environment? Could it be a lack of quality health care or a combination on many factors.
My better half told me about a procedure that happens to women typically right after birth to make their vagina’s “tight” for their husband. Most women did not consent to this and their doctor makes this choice for them. Do you have a Husband’s Stitch?
One risk factor associated with prostate cancer is race and ethnicity. Compared to other racial and ethnic groups, African-American men are reported to have the highest incidence rates of prostate cancer.