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An assortment of giveaway items: booklet, exercise bands, sticker

Enter ProstateCancer.net’s Everything Kegel Giveaway!

June is Men’s Health Month. If there’s one thing our prostate cancer advocates preach, it’s getting on top of your health, pursuing recovery, and living to the fullest.

To celebrate Men’s Health Month, we’re giving you a jumpstart on healthy habits. We’ve teamed up with our pelvic floor therapist Erin Glace to offer a custom booklet of Kegel exercises and tips. You’ll also get an enhanced workout with the included exercise bands.

How to enter

  1. Feeling lucky? Submit one entry here:
  2. Want to double your luck? For an extra entry, submit your email above AND introduce yourself to the community. You’ll automatically receive an extra entry.
  3. Post an introduction on the Community page

The lucky winner will receive…

Everything Kegel Exercise Handbook

Includes simple step-by-step Kegel exercises and tips by prostate health advocate & pelvic floor therapist Erin Glace:

Exercise bands

Exercises bands in five levels of resistance to be used with your Exercise Handbook:

Warrior stickers

Stickers to show your pride as a prostate cancer warrior – chosen by the community:

Giveaway starts on June 5, 2019 08:00AM EST and ends on on July 1, 2019 5:00PM EST. One winner will be notified via email. The winner has 48 hours to claim their prize before an alternate winner is selected. For more information, please read our Terms and Conditions. Good luck!

Note: Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program.

Comments

  • gud
    2 weeks ago

    Hi. Scott here. 57 year old gay male surviving with Stage IV (mets to lungs) PCa for 5 years. When diagnosed, was put on Lupron which I stayed on for 8 months and then decided I couldn’t deal with the side effects. Also took 6 rounds of Docetaxel which left me with permanent neuropathy and fatigue. Took only cannabis oil until this past March when I agreed to palliative SBRT (radiation) to keep tumor extensions from invading the bladder/rectum. If anyone ever has questions or needs advice, I’m 100% open to communication. Cheers!

  • ninaw moderator
    1 week ago

    Hi @gud, thanks for commenting. I’m sorry to hear about the permanent side effects, especially given how young you are. You’ve been through a lot of different treatments and I’m glad you’re willing to share your knowledge with others. Very much appreciate you introducing yourself! I wanted to share a link to the Community page too, in case you notice folks that could use support: https://prostatecancer.net/community/. I also think you might want to submit a story like others folks have done here: https://prostatecancer.net/stories/. I’ll be sure to add another entry for the giveaway too – wishing you well and thanks for being here! – Nina, ProstateCancer.net Team

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