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SuperDarly: Mine took less than 10 minutes and was one of those "no scalpel" type of surgeries. Healed up in a couple of days and the missus and I have been farking like rabbits ever since. Although when you're under 30 they ask you A LOT whether you're SURE you want to do it, it can be reversible but not always, etc... Also, being in Ontario it was covered by public health insurance at the time, I didn't pay a dime. I'd probably let an audience watch if it meant more men getting it done and less welfare babies or orphans./3 kids already
Greymalkin: Yeah easiest simplest surgery I have ever had, bit of mild discomfort and nut sack swelling for a couple of days and then back to working order.The decades out of date porno mags in the clinic when I went back to shuffle one off to check it was all a success were still the highlight though.Would recommend it to any man who has no desire for any/more kids.
marcre3363: Eff all of you. Everyone I'd ever talked to always said "The most painful part is getting the numbing injection". For me, that was the easiest part.I talked to a friend that went to a different hospital and they used some sort of lasers. He was fine a few days later. Apparently, my doctor was using a screwdriver and a dull pencil, based on the pain.As they went into the first side, I yelled "Ow. Shiat!" to which the doctor responded "Oh....you felt that?" They injected me with some more numbing agent, which did a little to help.On the second side, it was excrutiating. I was smacking the table and swearing while having cold sweats and just about passed out. They were trying to keep me cool, but I nearly lost it. I was out of commission for the day and was only able to work the next day because I work from home.After a couple weeks, I assumed I was ok. I started doing some small runs and long 2-3 mile walks with my son. Then a month later on Thanksgiving, we took the kids to the zoo in the morning. I ended up carrying a kid on my shoulders most of the time. As I was starting dinner while everyone napped when we got home, I started feeling a pain in my groin. I figured I'd just have a glass of wine and that should solve it.By then end of the night, I felt as though I had just gotten out of surgery. I spent the next day laid up all day, taking pain pills left over from the surgery. I was ok the following day, but it was an ordeal.Morale of the story: Only use lasers on your nuts.
revrendjim: CSB: I'm on the table, legs up in stirrups, junk hanging out to the world, when the doc asks if it's ok if his intern observes. Sure, why not. Intern is an attractive 20-something female. I'm like hi, how are you, ever seen anything like this (pointing) before? (Not really)So at some point during the surgery they wheel in an arc welder to cauterize the tubes, and I could hear the sizzle and smell the smoke. Apparently I passed out then.
Greymalkin: Yeah easiest simplest surgery I have ever had, bit of mild discomfort and nut sack swelling for a couple of days and then back to working order.The decades out of date porno mags in the clinic when I went back to shuffle one off to check it was all a success were still the highlight though.
AndreMA: Tally me as "uneventful surgery"Not even the injection was painful; the doctor dripped what seemed to be very cold isopropanol on the injection site first, numbing it and I made smalltalk with the cute scrub nurse while waiting for the local to take effect. The worst part was the smell during the cauterization.My crappy insurance at the time (2002) didn't cover it though, but it was still the best $400 I ever spent. The only complaint I had was the bill from the pathology lab, where he'd sent a short segment of the vas deferens. There was no indication whatsoever of any issues requiring that, and I didn't appreciate the $80 additional bill from them.For the followup samples I too was given a cup and told to kill kittens at home and drop it off at the lab at the local hospital. I carried it there in a small brown paper bag and was sort of hoping the security guard asked me what was in the bag so I could say, "It's not your lunch!" but alas it wasn't questioned even though this was in early 2002 and 9/11 hysteria was still at a fever pitch.
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