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does anyone's prostate hurt?

Old 04-01-07, 10:00 AM
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does anyone's prostate hurt?

i think i gotta get one of them gel saddles w/ that cut out in the middle.
 
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I suggest the Specialized Toupe. Best ass related investment I ever made.
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ow my balls
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I guess I'll add the inevitable "get a brooks" suggestion...
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Old 04-01-07, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by heads up!
I suggest the Specialized Toupe. Best ass related investment I ever made.
Or the Avatar or Alias. Cheaper and with strategically-placed padding, especially the Avatar. I use both on different bikes and they're both very comfy.

P.S. Bring back the old avatar, Shiz!
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Taintitis is not solely the domain of the saddle. I would examine the whole bike fit picture as well.
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Old 04-01-07, 10:55 AM
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i've had problems that passed and went away. maybe you need some time?
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I am surprised no one has made a smart-ass comment yet.
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or maybe its time you get your bike fit to you that way you eliminate any un needed fetigue
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Old 04-01-07, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by abeyance
I am surprised no one has made a smart-ass comment yet.
It hits a little too close to home for all of us.
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Saddle an bar repositioning can make an ******* puncher into a loving ball cupper.
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Mine does, but it doesn't have much to do with the bike. It's because I'm 49 years old. Just you wait, youngsters.
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Old 04-01-07, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by MajorA
Mine does, but it doesn't have much to do with the bike. It's because I'm 49 years old. Just you wait, youngsters.
your scaring me!!!!
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yeah, but he most likely went without nut cut-out technology for the first half of his riding experience

the youth are indomitable don't you know
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Old 04-01-07, 01:26 PM
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people should discuss budget comfort seats, lets say up to 60 bucks
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Originally Posted by MajorA
Mine does, but it doesn't have much to do with the bike. It's because I'm 49 years old. Just you wait, youngsters.
are you sure your not talking about your hemmeroids?
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Originally Posted by na975
i think i gotta get one of them gel saddles w/ that cut out in the middle.
I think you should go see a MD at once. Prostate cancer is very common, and timely detection can mean the difference between completely normal life and fairly quick death.

I think the saddle's angle is even more important than the SC "love channel".
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the last time my prostate hurt was when my girlfried tried out the anal beads on me
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Originally Posted by goldener
the last time my prostate hurt was when my girlfried tried out the anal beads on me
Too much information doesn't even begin to describe how little I wanted to know that.
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Originally Posted by goldener
the last time my prostate hurt was when my girlfried tried out the anal beads on me
uhh, that's a little... no, WAY too much information.


But as for the age being associated with prostate problems.. I say that is a myth. A large percentage of the people on this forum are around your age... me included - 48.

Prostate health is associated to the fact that environmental toxins wind up in the prostate. This is a medically known fact. If you're having prostate problems, get a book called The Multi Orgasmic Man, By Mantak Chia. The exercises there will help you overcome prostate problems and ED

You will be having lots of fun with this book
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This has been a good pain-free seat for me now for some time on my road bike and fixie. Not too terribly expensive either.
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Originally Posted by Offhoff
Too much information doesn't even begin to describe how little I wanted to know that.
nah i'd like some more info if possible plz
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Originally Posted by MajorA
Mine does, but it doesn't have much to do with the bike. It's because I'm 49 years old. Just you wait, youngsters.
Saw Palmetto worked wonders for me.
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have you tried wearing briefs/shorts/tights with a chamois?
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Originally Posted by jeac
nah i'd like some more info if possible plz

yeah, where's the video?
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