Prostate exams are important, not only because they might save your life, but also because they might lead to good stories. Doug Bruce of Fresno had the exam, then a biopsy, and reported back with this tidbit:
I recently had a prostate biopsy from urologist that I am friendly with. At the end of the procedure he lectured me on taking it easy for a few days because my body had been punctured and could bleed if over used. After some idle conversation he excused himself to advise my wife. I soon realized I had forgot to ask him if golf was considered light duty, so I asked his nurse. She responded "you guys are all alike, you never ask about sex." >
Well told, Doug. But what was her point, exactly?