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Date Posted: Sunday, April 27, 2014, 04:01: pm
A couple years ago, I went with my husband to see his doctor when he started complaining about sharp pain and fullness in his perineum. Knowing as a nurse, I was scared to death it could be you know what, but he seemed to want to put up with it or hope it would go away. I made the appointment for him, luckily one of the few Saturday morning times available. I practically had to be a bitch to get him in the car to go. I went back there with him because I wanted to tell his doctor the full story that he might "forget" to bring up. She asked him if he could pee a steady stream. He said he could but it hurt a little. She said she needed to give him a rectal exam, and asked us if we'd be comfortable with me staying or leaving the room as she started putting on exam gloves and reached for a tube of lubricant. He looked at me in discouragement and shook his head okay. I told him "baby you needed to have this done a long time ago." She had lay on his left side in left-sims fashion with his right knee flexed. When she entered him he immediately grimaced and almost came off the table with a loud "Owwww." She had her index and middle finger up his butt as far as they would go for several seconds. She pulled out and promptly said "you've got an inflamed prostate. It's called prostatitis." She wiped excess lube out of his crack, and he gathered what dignity he had left by getting dressed. I felt bad for him, because I know it was embarrassing and it was painful physically. But he needed to get it over with. The doctor wrote him a prescription for two horse size antibiotic pills, and a nurse gave him a shot....in the butt, which also hurts because I give erythromycin shots to patients too. He just wanted to go home and lay down. His prostatitis dried up in about 4 days, and in the end he was glad I made him go have it looked at. In the last year or so, I've been milking his prostate at least twice a month, especially if we've gone spells without intercourse. It took him a while to be comfortable having me stick my fingers up his butt, but he doesn't mind it much anymore because I make it feel good for him. All men should have this done to prevent problems. And all women should learn how to perform "prostate maintenance" on their guy....something that doesn't get taught in the owner's manual of marriage.
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