|The Bike Doc
Joined: 08 May 2003
Location: Corpus Christi and Warda, Texas
|Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 11:36 am GMT +0000 Post subject:
|If there is no direct blunt trauma to the anatomy in question, no urethral strictures should not occur. Just ask the billions of people who ride bikes world wide as their primary means of transportation. If there is direct blunt trauma from something such as a hard fall onto the top tube of the bike or from taking a seat nose into said anatomic area in a hard big air landing, yes, then a urethral stricture may coccur from the trauma.
However, there are other related problems to consider with saddles and the delecate anatomy that comes inproximity with the saddles. See this link.
Paul K. Nolan, MD
AKA: The Bike Doc