i have had this off and on,,i cant even descibe it..when i sit down just watch tv its there..sorta pressure..and when i get a erectshion its there,not everytime..located at times the middle just below my testes to my butt opening..i use to have hemroids in and out from methadone for pain..was put on percosets 3 yrs ago along 4 days week of miarlax..unless thers 1 inside???? but i dont have to manny issues when expelling..no blood anywere..like i said its there right now kinda freaky..i dunno what you even call this area,,im sure thes lymp nodes there close..anyone ever have this kinda discomfort??? sorry bout any spelling thanks
yea i had a ultrasound on my prostate last summer was good..my psa last week was 0.8 or .8 good..it was .2 cuz im on androgel..yea 50 seems like alot happens i just turned 50 xmas day..ive always had health issues thanks for your reply my friend
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