Pride & Ego interfere with Bajan Men’s Healthy prostates
A Barbadian Urologist says men have to place pride aside and make possibly uncomfortable health decisions if they want to live and love longer.
According to the Urologist, he says there is a tendency for men to arrive not just with symptoms but be in an advanced stage, so treatment or prevention is limited. The event had a distinct positive response due in part to 21st Century Oncology (based partially in Puerto Rico) who sponsored the Bridgetown event.
He says just because guys may go to the bathroom more often does not mean they are ill, it’s just a sign of getting older and even if they require treatment it does not mean the end of their sex lives either…
Dr Nebnani admitted there is a vigorous debate over screening or testing and his view is that both do not hurt if men want to live longer, he more or less told folks that night that a rectal exam is the least of their worries!