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Old 10-07-2011, 11:09 PM   #21
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That's the biggest part my neighbor is worried about. He is a stroke survivor and has MS, so if he really gets going he might not be able to make it to the bathroom in time.
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That's the biggest part my neighbor is worried about. He is a stroke survivor and has MS, so if he really gets going he might not be able to make it to the bathroom in time.
It happens to the best of us just "camp out" on the thinkin' seat and have plenty of reading material to hand....and pat dont wipe!
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That's the biggest part my neighbor is worried about. He is a stroke survivor and has MS, so if he really gets going he might not be able to make it to the bathroom in time.
That is not a problem. After you drink the poision they give you for the night before, your colon is so clean you could eat out of it. You drink, you get comfortable on the john cause you are in for the poop of your life. Before you leave the house to go for the procedure there ain't nothing in you.

I mean it! I passed something I ate in the third grade. My wife shined a flashlight down my throat and you could read by the light coming out of my butt.

It really is not a bad procedure, and you will be your wife's hero.
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Wait, does that mean... the light at the end of the tunnel... No, it can't be.
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And while you are at it get your PSA tested and your prostate checked once a year. Just make sure the doctor only has one hand on your shoulder.
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And while you are at it get your PSA tested and your prostate checked once a year. Just make sure the doctor only has one hand on your shoulder.
Yea, I wondered about that two hand routine, how in the world do they do that?
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And while you are at it get your PSA tested and your prostate checked once a year. Just make sure the doctor only has one hand on your shoulder.
as i wipe beer off the monitor...LMAO!!
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Yea, I wondered about that two hand routine, how in the world do they do that?
If you got a no hands prostate exam, find a different doctor... NOW!!! And call a lawyer!
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It happens to the best of us just "camp out" on the thinkin' seat and have plenty of reading material to hand....and pat dont wipe!
I haven't had one done yet but my doctor wants me to have one. He told me the worse part is preparing for it. He said, "Get some scented candles and a good book. You'll be okay."
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Death seems infinitely more dignified.
Death at what age? Sooner rather than later?

If you have known anybody who has died the terrible death due to colon cancer that, my friend, is undignified to the core.

My brother-in-laws best friend died of colon cancer when he was 40. He was "too dignified" to get any treatment. Not to speak badly of the deceased, but what a moron. He left behind a wife and very young son.
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