Prostate issues include bladder urgency, leakage, pain or discomfort with peeing, difficulty going or feeling like you just can not go. So who feels like going for a long bike ride if you fear that you may have to pee and won’t be able to? Or, just looking at that bike seat, may give someone with prostate issues the shivers. He may already know that it will cause pain or discomfort in the “saddle” area, creating bladder issues, not just pelvic pain.

So we “ignore and endure.” Limiting our life around our symptoms, the most fun and joy-filled activities usually go first, so that we can keep working and doing the things we have to do.

But instead of ignoring try; heaR so that you can heaL.

Your body is talking to you. Your muscles are guarding for a reason. Once your doctor has cleared that your prostate is healthy, try checking-in with your habits, before you loose all the fun stuff. Live the life you deserve.

Change Starts Here.