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“But I’m in good shape,” I protested. “I regularly hike in the mountains and ride my bike around town.”
“Good,” said Dr. Barrasso. “Keep it up.”
“I try to eat right. Fruits and vegetables. And I take a daily multivitamin.”
“Good,” laughed Dr. Barrasso. “Keep it up.”
All hypochondriacs know that it is important to make the most of free medical advice.
“How does my PSA look?” I asked.
“Fine. Excellent, in fact.”
“I just had a digital at the prostate screening a few months ago,” I said. “Dr. Christianson….”
“Good”, said Dr. Barrasso. “What did he find?”
“Uhh, slight BPH,” I said.
“How old are you?”
I told him.
“I’m a year older than you,” smiled Dr. Barrasso philosophically. “Unfortunately, the game starts to change for us now.”
“I’m tired of getting up two or three times a night,” I said. “Do I need medication?”
“I’d stay away from it as long I could,” said Dr. Barrasso. “Because once you’re on it, you’re on it. Try Saw Palmetto. See if it works for you.”
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