Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by 14thDoctor, Jul 31, 2019.
Tell me about them.
My biggest issue was I listened to the doctors and so stayed laying down for the whole two or three days and I ended up ticking my back off.
Also, while they say you should wait 2 to 3 weeks before sex, I was good to go in less than 48 hours. I just wrapped my balls in cellophane to protect the incisions.
More an inconvenience than anything else.
You go in with a bit of trepidation- they're going to be cutting on your junk.
6-weeks later... FREEDOM!
Place here offers a no-needle, no-scalpel procedure if I pay out of pocket. Sounds worth it for a much smaller wound and no needles.
I'll do it for free, but I'm not sure how vasectomies work on females.
I read that as.
6 weeks? They're telling me 12 weeks here.
I told this story before (in greater detail) but when I got my vasectomy many years ago I took an Army PT test (I got a great score too!) a couple/few days after my vasectomy and ejaculated blood when I had to give my "check that no sperm are getting through" follow up sample. Basically when the hospital tells you to "take it easy" for a couple of weeks they mean it.
Yeah, the doctors website warned me about that. Good thing I stopped buying white socks years ago.
14thDoctor is male. Did you not know that?
That visual I did not need.
That was me. It was mildly embarrassing. I'm there in the stirrups with my junk hanging out and in walks my Doctor's nurse, who I'm sure has done this thousands and thousands of times. But, it still doesn't make it any easier. I had been instructed to clip or shave the area the night before and we had done as instructed. Then the Doc came in and they did their thing. There was no pain (except for the mild pain from the local anesthesia injections), but there was a bit of pressure as they're pulling and...shifting...things that weren't meant to be shifted by someone other than their owner.
Had the procedure on Friday afternoon, took it easy over the weekend, and all was well by Monday morning. I followed the sample procedures like they told me and all was well in about 5-6 weeks.
Just FYI, and I hate to be gross, but in the spirit of full disclosure of information, one of the obvious side effects is a noticeable decrease in the...volume...of your samples towards the end. Maybe 1/4 of what it was prior to the procedure. I noticed no other changes.
I mean, yeah, it's gross, but at the same time, not really, and it's good information to have if considering the procedure, IMO.
I'm sure there's some schmuck that thinks that getting clipped will result in no emissions at all (lol), instead of a catalyst free batter.
The SJWs made him a girl.
IIRC, I noticed a slight decrease in the intensity of my climax. Got kinda used to it over the last 40 years tho.
Wow! I had no idea so many of the guys here were neutered.
covered under OHIP
No such thing has happened. Why do you think it has?
Alberta only covers the basic ones. That a load.
Had mine done 15 years ago. Little bit of pain during the procedure and some soreness and tenderness after which cleared up in a few days.
I had a really hot nurse shave my balls and couldn't help thinking that it seemed like a porno scene. I had to think about baseball in order to keep from pitching a tent.
You know, it wouldn't have been the first time she would have had that happen.
And with your user name, not unexpected
Well, yeah, of course I jacked off.
I already said it took a whole day to convince my spouse (at that time we were monogamous, so only non-me outlet) that I was good to go. I had ZERO desire to explode so of course I relived the pressure manually until then.
Yup - IIRC, the doctor said you had to spooge about a dozen times to make sure all the fertile fellas were out, before engaging safely in non-trojany interconnectivity. Neither of us wanting to wait for long, my lovely wife helped out a bit, and I helped myself a bit.
there is way, way more graphic information than is really needed in this thread! It's starting to get a bit creepy.
What @oldfella1962 said...
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