"I Became S3xually Inactive Due To Enlarged Prostate" – Veteran Actor, Kola Oyewo

Date: 27-02-2024 1:24 pm (1 month ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
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Veteran actor, Kola Oyewo, has narrated his battle with prostate enlargement and how he survived it

The prostate gland is the tube through which urine passes out of the body, and an enlarged prostate means the gland has grown bigger.

The condition can cause urination difficulty, bladder stones, and reduced kidney function.

In a trending video, Kunle Afod and veteran actor, Peter Fatomilola visited Oyewo in his home to ask about his well-being.

Speaking with his guests, the 77-year-old actor said he first noticed that he had difficulty passing out urine in July 2019.

Oyewo said after a series of tests and scans, he was diagnosed with prostate enlargement and was advised to undergo surgery to save his life.

Speaking in the Yoruba language, the actor said he nearly died during one of the surgical procedures, adding that at one point, he decided not to do any further operations, saying this was after a surgery involving the removal of his scrota.

The actor said:
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“I feel better now”, adding that he is now healthy enough to work and go to movie locations.

Oyewo said he told actress Foluke Daramola not to beg for money on his behalf because his children are capable of taking care of him.

He said: “I had an enlarged prostate. In July 2019, I noticed that I was finding it difficult to urinate or I would easily pee on myself.

“I went to the hospital and did several tests before I was told that my prostate is getting larger.

“I visited our family doctor in Ilaramokin and he told me to do more tests. They told me that I was very lucky because the ailment is one that kills and that I will undergo surgery.

“My wife was also sick during that time, she had been down with a stroke since 2017. I told her about the operation that I was advised to do and returned to the hospital.

“They made an incision on my stomach and inserted something that will help me pass out urine. They told me it was to prevent me from dying immediately.

“I was also advised to undergo another surgery that will stop my segxwal performance. I told them to go ahead because I no longer needed it and that my children were grownups with their kids.

“I later did the surgery and two of my children were there with me. After that, I was told to do another X-ray at the teaching hospital and that was what almost killed me.

“If I had known that I wouldn’t be able to pee from my pen!s after doing it, I wouldn’t have done it. I feel better now and I have even been to a movie location since then. I can work now but nothing stressful.

“When Foluke Daramola came to visit, I told her not to make any noise about the situation or beg people for money on my behalf. My children are taking care of me and I also took care of myself.”

Posted: at 27-02-2024 01:24 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- fineboy77 at 27-02-2024 01:40 PM (1 month ago)
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- gogoman at 27-02-2024 02:02 PM (1 month ago)
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men always suffer why why why why  Cry
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- kp45 at 27-02-2024 05:37 PM (1 month ago)
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- blowout at 27-02-2024 07:53 PM (1 month ago)
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The prostate gland is the tube through which urine passes out of the body. Really?!
Posted: at 27-02-2024 07:53 PM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
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