The past couple months since my last physical have been kind of a bummer (actually since I had my first colonoscopy last April and the doc removed two polyps and found some "mild dysplagia & abnormal cells in my rectum; I have to have this monitored every 6 months so it doesn't go from level 1 (benign) to level 3 (cancer)). All my blood work came out okay including my PSA. However, when my doc did a digital exam of my prostate, he discovered a beebee sized nodule on one side. So off I went to the urologist who did a biopsy of my prostate (not exactly the most pleasant of procedures). Anyway, the biopsy came back benign, but he wants to test my PSA every 3 months. He also thinks that my prostate is slightly enlarged and inhibiting my flow of urine (I've never had a problem with the way I pee) so he prescribed a medication called "Rapaflow", which relaxes everything down there so you can pee easier. The unfortunate side effect is that it relaxes everything so much you can't ejaculate. Cum, yes; Squirt, no. I'm not sure that works for me quite frankly. Finally, he noted that my bladder wall was thicker than it should be for a man my age (I'm 51) and he ordered a cystoscopy for me. This is where a telescope attached to a flexible tube is inserted in the urethra down in to the bladder so the doc can see the inside of the bladder. Although the doc has told me I'll be all numbed up with Lidocaine, I'm still so freaked by the procedure that I've canceled three times! Guys, I know I have to do this. To not do it could be suicide, but I was wondering if any of you have had this procedure and can tell me what it's REALLY like. Thanks.