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Prostate Cancer checks

davewebbsbrain

Webby⭐
Joined
Aug 17, 2005
Messages
23,004
Location
Eastwood
Had mine checked last year and have an enlarged prostate which means I am on tabs for the rest of my life but it's better than having cancer
 

Tarquin Fauntleroy

The Blackest White Man In Town
Joined
Aug 4, 2008
Messages
1,254
Found some blood in my love snot on Monday so phoned the docs and, despite being fully booked, they agreed to see me that day. Was a bit worrying as he made it sound like it might be serious.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, he shoved his (surprisingly large) finger up my arse, had a good rummage around and after a while told me everything was fine. I wondered why he had such a sweat on, but was pretty relieved to be given the all clear.


He asked me to go back this coming Monday for a further check 'just to be sure'.
 

SUFC_Ross

Coach
Joined
Jun 5, 2013
Messages
1,131
Location
Shoeburyness
Well in light of this thread, and learning only last night that my Grandad is suffering with Prostate cancer although common in older men still a shock to the system I have decided to ride London to surrey 46.

I have never done anything like this before, I'll admit I'm a 'big' guy who smokes and is very unfit so for me this is massive.

I'm looking to raise as much money as possible for Prostate cancer uk If any of you would like to help by donating it would be very much appreciated.

I will post my justgiving page on here shortly and would love for any advice or guidance from anyone who has raised money for charity before on how to go about getting as much as possible and from anyone who has done charity rides or marathons on how best to start preparing.

I think it is safe to say I am completely throwing myself into the deep end here!

Ross
 

MK Shrimper

Striker
Joined
Aug 6, 2005
Messages
52,498
Well in light of this thread, and learning only last night that my Grandad is suffering with Prostate cancer although common in older men still a shock to the system I have decided to ride London to surrey 46.

I have never done anything like this before, I'll admit I'm a 'big' guy who smokes and is very unfit so for me this is massive.

I'm looking to raise as much money as possible for Prostate cancer uk If any of you would like to help by donating it would be very much appreciated.

I will post my justgiving page on here shortly and would love for any advice or guidance from anyone who has raised money for charity before on how to go about getting as much as possible and from anyone who has done charity rides or marathons on how best to start preparing.

I think it is safe to say I am completely throwing myself into the deep end here!

Ross

Stopping the evil weed would be a good start. :thumbsup:
 
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