November is Mens Health Month and my reminder came in the mail
“Its time to get your pipes checked again” said the friendly letter from my Colorectal surgeon.
It spelt out the process, the fasting, the preparation, the costs, the procedure on the day, what to expect afterwards, the discomfort but most of all…….. the benefit!
So on Sunday I began the preparation for a colonoscopy on Monday.
After a healthy and hearty breakfast on Sunday morning it was a time of fasting.
Then, from early afternoon into the evening I had to take not 1, not 2, but 3 doses of fairly unpleasant medicine that would clean my internal pipes so the surgeon could put his camera through them.
Now all this makes sense to a 54 year old male and father of 3 healthy and happy sons whose father, after being diagnosed with Prostate cancer passed away a few years ago.
So, I hear you ask, why is your plumber telling you this?
If your body is a temple and mine is and your home is your castle then it’s appropriate to get your pipes checked, especially if your castle has a history of problems or blockages in your sewer pipes
There are many parallels between a Colonoscopy and a Drainoscopy.
To get a Drainoscopy is easy!
We clear your pipes and then put a specialized drain camera through the pipes to find out what is actually going on in there.
Then we take the vision and put it on our YouTube channel with a description of what is going on in the pipes.
You can see it, you can share it, you can get a second opinion, you can evaluate the information and understand exactly what is going on underground or in your pipes.
Yes, it is a little uncomfortable.
But now I know that after Dr “L” has treated 2 areas of interest and checked my prostate, my pipes are in good condition.
I’ve seen the pictures.
And at the appropriate time, he will send me a reminder for my next Drainoscopy er Colonoscopy.
So to end on a high note watch this fun YouTube clip.