Cursed With Prostate Problems

“They” say genetics is your fate.

In other words, what “they” say is, if you have the right (or, in this case, wrong) genes, you’re going to get prostate cancer or have prostate problems no matter what you do, might as well accept it.

Of course, “they” are full of crap.

Case in point:

My family is cursed with prostate problems.

My grandfather had prostate cancer and problems.  My uncle had prostate cancer and problems (and had his ultimately removed.)  My dad had prostate cancer.  I think my great-grandfather had prostate issues, too.

So it stands to reason my brother and are doomed.

And yes, I did have prostate problems.

My brother?


His is the right size and no cancer.

(And he’s older than I am.)

But, even if you do have bad prostate genes (like I do), you can still do something about it (like I did).

Don’t just accept the pain.

The humiliation.

Or the fear.

DO something about it.

You can still act.

And no matter what anyone says, it’s never too late.

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