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Roonie's
09-05-2008, 08:23 PM
So here I am bed ridden as I had a Vasectomy this morning. Anyone else on here had one? The procedure went fairly easy... just a lot of initial pain. I am one of those guys that it takes a lot of anesthsia to numb anything. They use a local and had to give me three times the amount so I couldn't feel it. I sure felt it before then!!! The Vicadan is not helping too much now as I feel just a dull ache in the nether regions like I have been kicked in the nutz hard. Overall a fairly easy operation and walked out on my own steam. Catching up on my emails and movies.

Footin
09-05-2008, 08:26 PM
I had it done a few years ago, nothing to it.

Rest and use that frozen bag of pea's

Willski
09-05-2008, 08:50 PM
ICE. ICE. ICE. OR PEAS PEAS PEAS. Personally I thawed frozen veggies from Friday afternoon until Sunday night. Sore for about 2 weeks. Everyone seems to have a different reaction. I had a lot of bruising, swelling, and soreness.

c_craig
09-05-2008, 08:56 PM
Frozen peas. I don't think I've ever taken two weeks off...:cool:

bcampbe7
09-05-2008, 09:01 PM
Rest, ice, rest, ice, rest, ice, rest, ice, rest, ice, rest, ice, and when you think that you have had enough rest and ice get some more rest and ice.

Haven't had it done myself, but have had many a friend go through it. The one thing that most of them have said is that when you feel like you are ready to mow the lawn, don't. Sit you a$$ back down and rest some more.

TMCNo1
09-05-2008, 09:02 PM
ICE. ICE. ICE. OR PEAS PEAS PEAS. Personally I thawed frozen veggies from Friday afternoon until Sunday night. Sore for about 2 weeks. Everyone seems to have a different reaction. I had a lot of bruising, swelling, and soreness.



Did the Dr. tell you to hold off looking thru your Hustler magazines for a few weeks?
We had a guy we worked that had to have a circu------, well you know, removed as a adult. A bunch of us went to visit him in the hospital with a Special gift basket and hidden inside we all kinds of goodies from the XXX store including Hustler and several other under the counter magazines. He cursed us all for 6 months after he came back to work. Knowing him, we knew he couldn't resist the temptation to look in the mags once he found them under the fruit and candy! Darned pervert!:rolleyes::D

coz
09-05-2008, 09:03 PM
Best thing about mine was the shot of Valium before he did it, MAN! that was good :D + the local, felt nothing :D until the next day :firejump: after a couple days laying low I was good to go, as a matter of fact it works better now :banana:

dcjm6602
09-05-2008, 09:14 PM
I have one scheduled for oct 10. From what several friends at have experienced the other recommendations lots of rest and ice is accurate. When you feel good enough to do something resist the urge, or plan on having pain for much longer. Peas, peas, peas, peas and more peas. Good luck

Roonie's
09-05-2008, 09:25 PM
I would highly recommend a shot of valium prior to the operation. I wish I had that this morning. Nothing like actually feeling the knife slice into me as I wasn't totally numb yet. I have been laying here all day with ice on me. Haven't gotten up yet except to use the bathroom. The swelling isn't that bad. Just feel a dull ache consistently. Going to lay low tommorow too and not move. I feel like I can walk around but I know that could cause swelling problems so I won't.

Hammer
09-05-2008, 09:43 PM
STAY PUT! And did anyone tell you peas, peas, peas! Rest a couple days more than you think and it will be all good. I followed all the rules and was a little sore for a couple weeks afterwards. My doc gave me valium pills to take befor I went, then after I got home. Just three pills 2 be for one after. Then I just used tylonol.

PS.205
09-05-2008, 09:51 PM
I had it done about two years ago but I opted for the no needle no scalpel procedure. The doctor came out with a device that scared the heck out of me but it really is a less invasive procedure. I walk out of the office about 20 minutes later and I went to work the next day. The doctor told me to get some tight whites that were 2 sizes too small and that helped while on your feet. I would recommend that type of procedure to anyone considering this.

T Scott
09-05-2008, 09:54 PM
Here is a similar thread......it is a great/scary read.

http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=12188&highlight=junk+sawed

Gonzo
09-05-2008, 10:12 PM
All bad advice, best thing is to go skiing about 1 pm tomorrow on a public lake.

6ballsisall
09-05-2008, 10:22 PM
I would highly recommend a shot of valium prior to the operation. I wish I had that this morning. Nothing like actually feeling the knife slice into me as I wasn't totally numb yet. I have been laying here all day with ice on me. Haven't gotten up yet except to use the bathroom. The swelling isn't that bad. Just feel a dull ache consistently. Going to lay low tommorow too and not move. I feel like I can walk around but I know that could cause swelling problems so I won't.

Ah crap.....the wife is after me to do that deed but after reading this I think I'll have to get back off the diving board

Roonie's
09-05-2008, 10:42 PM
Ah crap.....the wife is after me to do that deed but after reading this I think I'll have to get back off the diving board

I almost backed out last minute..... but decided to go through with it.

2RLAKE
09-05-2008, 11:00 PM
my wife got snipped instead of me!!!

Go watch some porn!

coz
09-05-2008, 11:39 PM
I almost backed out last minute..... but decided to go through with it.


my wife got snipped instead of me!!!

Go watch some porn!

Funny :D the reason I got mine 13 years ago is because my wife got supposedly snipped too after #3, then "BAM" 2 years later my wife's pregnant. Long story short we sued the medical group for malpractice along with a bunch of other people and won, the doctor bailed to Paraguay, before you say anything this wasn't a free clinic either :D it's a big time medical group. Me getting the v showed the jury We didn't want any more kids that's why my wife did it the first time (or so we thought) and me getting it done was .....well.....cut & dry. The checks until she's 18 are great but she's (my daughter) the best part of the whole deal and we're glad Dr. Poncho Paraguay f-dup :D

lanier92prostar
09-06-2008, 12:38 AM
3 to 4 days of rest. Another week of taking it easy and you will be good to go. Did anyone say ICE!!(or frozen vegetables)

mccobmd
09-06-2008, 01:24 AM
Jump on a trampoline for 2 hours then go to the lake in a speedo, the girls will dig it.

JohnnyB
09-06-2008, 01:51 AM
Ahh yes.....lots of ice packs or frozen peas. Lots of sittin' on the couch watchin movies. I had mine done on a friday, by Sunday I was sick of sittin' on my own couch, so we drove the 1.5 hours to visit my brother-in-law and family....sat on his couch for the day and watched movies, didn't need the ice at that point. Was back to work on Monday. Was actually back to running and biking within a week.

The twins actually didn't bruise too bad, but big Jim was purple about 1/2 way up...:eek:

Just another rite of passage my friend....

6ballsisall
09-06-2008, 10:31 AM
Wifey informed me this morning the IUD is going bye-bye, looks like I'm gonna have to buck up and do this thang........ :(

coz
09-06-2008, 10:50 AM
Wifey informed me this morning the IUD is going bye-bye, looks like I'm gonna have to buck up and do this thang........
Yesterday 09:51 PM


Don't worry just a quick snip and it's done
http://members.optusnet.com.au/optomageddon/Pictures/vasectomy1.png

bigmac
09-06-2008, 10:57 AM
The "no-scalpel" vasectomy is kind of a joke. You still need a hole big enough to bring up a loop of vas deferens, so you end up tearing the hole in the skin with a pointy hemostat instead of cutting it, and that hole is about the same size. Anyway, it's not the incision that hurts, it's the dissection of the tissues that surround the vas deferens, and the trauma from cutting and burning.

I think a tubal for the female makes a lot more sense. MUCH less pain, back to normal activities within 24 hours. Slightly more effective. No swelling, no hematomas, no bags of frozen peas.

6ballsisall
09-06-2008, 10:59 AM
The "no-scalpel" vasectomy is kind of a joke. You still need a hole big enough to bring up a loop of vas deferens, so you end up tearing the hole in the skin with a pointy hemostat instead of cutting it, and that hole is about the same size. Anyway, it's not the incision that hurts, it's the dissection of the tissues that surround the vas deferens, and the trauma from cutting and burning.

I think a tubal for the female makes a lot more sense. MUCH less pain, back to normal activities within 24 hours. Slightly more effective. No swelling, no hematomas, no bags of frozen peas.

Can I give you my wifes cell # and do you do free consults via phone? :D

bigmac
09-06-2008, 11:10 AM
Can I give you my wifes cell # and do you do free consults via phone? :D

It's not a very politically-correct opinion, but I have concluded that over after having done about 1000 of each procedure. I try to avoid doing vasectomies any more these days and work hard on foisting them off on my Family Practice partners.

The most common counter-argument I hear is "I had the pain of childbirth, HE can have the pain of sterilization". That's a tough one to argue against and I usually don't try.

bigmac
09-06-2008, 11:12 AM
I think a tubal for the female makes a lot more sense. MUCH less pain, back to normal activities within 24 hours. Slightly more effective. No swelling, no hematomas, no bags of frozen peas.

I forgot to mention, no periodic return trips to the lab with a jar of refrigerated swimmers.

6ballsisall
09-06-2008, 11:13 AM
It's not a very politically-correct opinion, but I have concluded that over after having done about 1000 of each procedure. I try to avoid doing vasectomies any more these days and work hard on foisting them off on my Family Practice partners.

The most common counter-argument I hear is "I had the pain of childbirth, HE can have the pain of sterilization". That's a tough one to argue against and I usually don't try.

I hear that loud and clear. I haven't been able to overcome that objection yet, somehow I don't think I will either. :(:rolleyes:

trickskier
09-06-2008, 11:14 AM
The "no-scalpel" vasectomy is kind of a joke. You still need a hole big enough to bring up a loop of vas deferens, so you end up tearing the hole in the skin with a pointy hemostat instead of cutting it, and that hole is about the same size. Anyway, it's not the incision that hurts, it's the dissection of the tissues that surround the vas deferens, and the trauma from cutting and burning.
I think a tubal for the female makes a lot more sense. MUCH less pain, back to normal activities within 24 hours. Slightly more effective. No swelling, no hematomas, no bags of frozen peas.

I believe you just talked me out of it..............:rolleyes:

coz
09-06-2008, 11:24 AM
I think a tubal for the female makes a lot more sense. MUCH less pain, back to normal activities within 24 hours. Slightly more effective. No swelling, no hematomas, no bags of frozen peas.

That's what they were supposed to do to my wife but they ended up using the clamps and when she went in for exploritory surgery for the lawsuit it was found that the clamps were used and one tube was clamped but he had clamped a ligiment or tendon right next to the tube on the other side so it was wide open. During the surgery after his findings he went ahead and clipped and cauterized the tubes for a guarantee.

bigmac
09-06-2008, 11:55 AM
That's what they were supposed to do to my wife but they ended up using the clamps and when she went in for exploritory surgery for the lawsuit it was found that the clamps were used and one tube was clamped but he had clamped a ligiment or tendon right next to the tube on the other side so it was wide open. During the surgery after his findings he went ahead and clipped and cauterized the tubes for a guarantee.Fallopian tubes, or the vas deferens, growing back together happens sometimes, resulting in failure of the sterilization. That isn't malpractice. However, your wife's surgeon didn't follow the standards of care in identifying the appropriate anatomic structure to address, and that IS malpractice.

Failure rate for tubals is slightly lower than it is for vasectomies, but that assumes a competent surgeon.

coz
09-06-2008, 12:08 PM
However, your wife's surgeon didn't follow the standards of care in identifying the appropriate anatomic structure to address, and that IS malpractice.

Failure rate for tubals is slightly lower than it is for vasectomies, but that assumes a competent surgeon.

We had her exploratory done at the Scripps Institute and that's what they said :D

Also Friendly Hills Medical Group had no defence because the doctor had other complaints along with ours and he left the country and they couldn't find him to answer to all the complaints/charges :mad:

TX.X-30 fan
09-06-2008, 12:20 PM
I hear that loud and clear. I haven't been able to overcome that objection yet, somehow I don't think I will either. :(:rolleyes:





Won't you first have to ask her if you can have the boys back before you consider surgery.



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TX.X-30 fan
09-06-2008, 12:22 PM
An infamous TTer of days gone by started a thread similar to this except funnier.

Jerseydave
09-06-2008, 12:30 PM
Had my "V" done 5 years ago..............all I can say is freedom at last!!! :)
Def worth the pain/discomfort. I was back to work in 4 days, loading/delivering over 6000 lbs. of food product each week.

Roonie's
09-06-2008, 12:32 PM
My family practice doc did my surgery. Today (second day) is not as bad. Had trouble sleeping due to uncomfortableness and pain. I feel like I could walk around no problem with tight underwear on to avoid any shaking or bouncing. I won't however.... instead I have a big day planned watching movies and internet. My wife was going to tease me and get her naughty nurse outfit on...... but that would be just mean right now.

Also my wife said it was my turn as she birthed the kids. Hard to argue her logic. I told her what happens if a tragedy hits and she passes away and I marry a young, hot 20 something that wants kids. She didn't buy that argument.

Roonie's
09-06-2008, 12:44 PM
Just another rite of passage my friend....

It sucks... I feel like I am heading down the road to old age fast at this rate and I am only 35. Give me a few beers and I will get over it.

TX.X-30 fan
09-06-2008, 12:47 PM
It sucks... I feel like I am heading down the road to old age fast at this rate and I am only 35. Give me a few b]eers and I will get over it.





Hey roonies...................

coz
09-06-2008, 12:51 PM
It sucks... I feel like I am heading down the road to old age fast at this rate and I am only 35.

Reality is my friend :D
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Bellinghamster
09-06-2008, 01:54 PM
My family doc did it... Valium is very effective stuff! I hardly noticed the attractive 20 something new nurse/assistant he introduced me to while simultaneously flipping off the towl covering my lap. He also had some advice and what to watch out for (in addition to taking it easy and thawing some peas for a few days) - Apparently many "V"s are scheduled soon after the birth of the "last" kid, meaning there's usually a 2-3 year old sibling running around the house. Just so happens that a 2-3 yr old's noggin is at perfect ramming height when they come running to see you on your way in the door after work... you get good at turning slightly to the side and taking it in the hip instead.

I consider myself fortunate. A friend ended up back in the hosptal a week later due to infection or something that resulted in a nice crop of grapefruits (his description - I didn't ask for details)... he wasn't a happy camper for over a month. Everyone else seems to be back in reasonable action in a couple days, and back to normal totally carefree feeling in 6 weeks or so.

Roonie's
09-06-2008, 02:05 PM
it was just my family doc and no nurse. I told my wife I was at least hoping for a hot nurse but nope... it was up to me to shave even the night before.

I told my 4 year old not to come near my lap.

coz
09-06-2008, 02:48 PM
it was just my family doc and no nurse. I told my wife I was at least hoping for a hot nurse but nope... it was up to me to shave even the night before.

http://irisbjorg.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/nursingshortage.gif

ShamrockIV
09-06-2008, 02:54 PM
use the peas and u will be fine!!

just lay around and watch TV.

the only pain i had was at work standing up or sirring down in my chair for for a week or two

coz
09-06-2008, 03:03 PM
use the peas and u will be fine!!

just lay around and watch TV.

the only pain i had was at work standing up or sirring down in my chair for for a week or two

Good thing you did sham :D with your track record anymore girls....?.....well could you imagine the power surge if they all turned on thier blow dryers at the same time :shocked:

:D :toast:

Ramhouse
09-06-2008, 04:08 PM
Plenty of IIIIIIIIIICCCCCCCCCEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!Stay down...NNNNNOOOOO nothing!!!
I went back to work, (construction) after 4 days...just be careful...i felt a small tug 4 days after but stayed working and just didn't lift anything for 10 or so days..

Roonie's
09-07-2008, 02:44 PM
Third day update.... swelling mostly down. Pain still there when I get up. Some bruising showing up now. Still laying around watching TV. I stopped using ice today as I used it for two days straight and figured the swelling has done its thing already.

coz
09-07-2008, 03:20 PM
Third day update.... swelling mostly down. Pain still there when I get up. Some bruising showing up now. Still laying around watching TV. I stopped using ice today as I used it for two days straight and figured the swelling has done its thing already.

Thanks for the update R :D you know how I like pics :headbang: so thanks for sparing us on this thread :worthy:

brucemac
09-07-2008, 03:30 PM
ugh...not good. i have to make an appointment to have it done. :)

not really looking forward to it. how long do you have to plan on being laid up? just like a weekend right?

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 03:31 PM
Just for you Coz. :D


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Roonie's
09-07-2008, 03:32 PM
They told me a weekend.... but to be honest I can't see myself walking around tommorow a lot. It still hurts. I could be wrong.

Tx..... yep thats it. I saw the piece of tube he cut and it looked just like that. Also had a mirror I could look at every now and then.

brucemac
09-07-2008, 03:41 PM
argh. no way am i watching. forget that.

coz
09-07-2008, 03:44 PM
Just for you Coz.

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You've heard me say visuals make the message :eek3: let me re-phrase that :rolleyes: oooh! wait! I can't :confused: I'm in pain and gotta go get some ice :D

bigmac
09-07-2008, 03:45 PM
If everything goes perfectly, 3-4 days is typical for being up and around for extended periods. A week before being on one's feet all day, lifting, water skiing, or excercising Big Sam and the Twins. If there is a hematoma, could be a couple of weeks or more.

Again, not to belabor on this somewhat stacked thread...after a tubal, the vast majority of women are generally up and around with no pain or restrictions the next day.

Just sayin'...

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 03:45 PM
I went to work the next day, walked the job site made payroll went home cleaned the grill outside and on and on. After that I looked like a circus exhibit and could not move for days. My doc did not stress the don't do anything stuff enough.

bigmac
09-07-2008, 03:49 PM
I went to work the next day, walked the job site made payroll went home cleaned the grill outside and on and on. After that I looked like a circus exhibit and could not move for days. My doc did not stress the don't do anything stuff enough.

Some people have a high pain tolerance. The downside of that is that they are often up and doing too much too soon. A high pain tolerance doesn't make them immune to the swelling or other complications that can happen from too much activity.

Roonie's
09-07-2008, 03:55 PM
I just hope I am not one of those who have lasting pain from the procedure. According to my research there is a small amount of folks who will have lasting pain that only goes away with a Vasectomy reversal. so far so good. Also infection worries me but have been taking anti-biotics. Not to be gross but my stitches have started to bleed a little.

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 04:08 PM
Milk it for all its worth, show her, groan, wince and have the little lady wait on you hand and foot. :D

Roonie's
09-07-2008, 04:11 PM
exactly what I have been doing.

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 04:28 PM
exactly what I have been doing.






Its good to be the king. :D

coz
09-07-2008, 04:41 PM
Big Sam and the Twins. .


OK Roo!! :rolleyes: don't even think about putting those pics in the "let's see the kids" thread :D

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 05:30 PM
Man sues for £1m after botched vasectomy leads to loss of testiclesJenny Booth
A father-of-four is claiming £1 million damages after winning his legal case over a vasectomy that went wrong.

Daniel Stalker, 51, was forced to have his testicles removed and has been in pain ever since the operation 12 years ago.

Yesterday he won his case against Lothian Health Board at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, and a judge will now set damages. Mr Stalker, of Dunbar, East Lothian, is reportedly seeking £1 million in compensation.

He went for the operation in May 1996 at an Edinburgh family planning clinic after his wife fell pregnant with their fourth child.

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He claimed Dr Paul Dewart tried to perform the procedure despite his protests that he was in pain and the anaesthetic was not working. The operation had to be abandoned after Mr Stalker doubled over in pain and vomited.

One of his testicles then turned black and swelled to double the size, he claimed. Two years later he had his testicles removed in an attempt to end his misery - but this has failed to alleviate the pain.
Lord Uist yesterday ruled in favour of Mr Stalker. He said: “On a consideration of the whole evidence on this point, I find that the pursuer suffered neuropathic pain... when Dr Dewart inserted an instrument into an unanaesthetised part of his scrotum in the course of blunt dissection during the attempted vasectomy procedure.”

Dr Dewart claimed he could not remember the operation, but the judge said this was hard to believe.

Lord Uist said: “The procedure here had been abandoned, he [Dr Dewart] had written a misleading letter to the GP and had not completed the operation note: he could not have forgotten what happened in this case.

“His assertion that he could not remember what had happened lacked credibility.”

Mr Stalker, a former soldier in the Royal Scots Regiment until 1984 who had since worked as a joiner. said today that he had gone through “pure hell” and had been left entirely dependent on his family to care for him.

He said: “About 20 hours a day I’m in bed, doubled up in pain. I’ve tried to commit suicide five or six times because the pain is that bad.


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TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 05:35 PM
Question: How soon can I have sex after a vasectomy operation?

Answer:

It is advisable to wait about a week. Remember for the first 15-20 ejaculations sperm will still be present in your system, so use another form of contraception until semen analysis shows that sperm are no longer present in your seminal fluid.

How and when is the semen analysis done following my vasectomy?
You will have to provide a specimen of your semen by masturbating into a container provided by the doctors office. This fluid is then examined under a microscope to see if there are any sperm.







Good luck, and don't be offended if we skip the hand shake. 8p

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 05:43 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC87Xb6U0mY

coz
09-07-2008, 05:52 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC87Xb6U0mY

But Dr. Stu I'm affraid to open it :firejump: will it hurt :eek3:

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 06:03 PM
Only your sense of humor.

Roonie's
09-07-2008, 06:16 PM
It is advisable to wait about a week. Remember for the first 15-20 ejaculations sperm will still be present in your system, so use another form of contraception until semen analysis shows that sperm are no longer present in your seminal fluid.


Asked the doc if he could write me a script for ejaculating 20 times before the official sample.

coz
09-07-2008, 06:17 PM
Only your sense of humor.

Funny!!! those guys are actually good :D I'm sitting here on my LT and my wife was within earshot and was tapping her foot up until the large P part :eek3: the look was the classic w t f :eek: :banana:

TX.X-30 fan
09-07-2008, 06:33 PM
Asked the doc if he could write me a script for ejaculating 20 times before the official sample.




Good luck. :D:D



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CBergerson
09-07-2008, 06:47 PM
Wimps!! Mine didn't hurt at all. I threw the Rx for painkillers in the doctor's trash bin and told him that I wouldn't need them. I chased my wife around later that evening trying to get her to let me show her how tough I am!! :D She wouldn't give in, though, and said I had to wait at least a week. :(

I had to go back a second time after an additional 30 days because there were still some little swimmers coming out. After that all was good though.

coz
09-07-2008, 06:59 PM
Good luck. :D:D



39958

By the looks of that hand and mine :D I'm estimating he's been married for 20 years like me :cry:

canadianskier
09-07-2008, 08:47 PM
Good luck. :D:D



39958

now thats funny

canadianskier
09-07-2008, 08:51 PM
had one done 14 years ago now, got it done friday morning, pick kid#1 up from day care same afternoon, sat on couch saturday and sunday with frozen peas on my junk, went to work monday and played hockey monday night. not a big deal.

03 35th Anniversary
09-07-2008, 09:11 PM
I got throught about 5 words of this thread and almost passed out!!!!!!!!




One question, how could you do that to the boys after all these years???

brucemac
04-18-2009, 01:12 PM
add me to the ranks. the anxiety and anticipation far outweighed the 5 minute procedure. although today it feels like someone kicked me in the junk. taking it easy, but really wish i could get the boat out today/tomorrow. hopefully the weather will hold for next weekend. hopefully a couple ritas later today will aid in my recovery :D

TX.X-30 fan
04-18-2009, 01:39 PM
add me to the ranks. the anxiety and anticipation far outweighed the 5 minute procedure. although today it feels like someone kicked me in the junk. taking it easy, but really wish i could get the boat out today/tomorrow. hopefully the weather will hold for next weekend. hopefully a couple ritas later today will aid in my recovery :D



Your fine do all those chores around the house you've been putting off, painting,garage cleaning, clean grill, mow and edge, weed beds, refinish front door, install a ridge vent, hot monkey sex with the wife, it will speed your recovery now get busy.


:D:D:D

brucemac
04-18-2009, 02:40 PM
ha ha funny guy. i did do a little light cleaning this morning, but am going to take it easy the rest of the day. wife's helping out a lot by taking the kiddos out to do stuff.

TX.X-30 fan
04-18-2009, 02:47 PM
Don't do anything, I did a bunch of stuff and paid for it for weeks. Watch the kids that are the same height as your junk.

jaysus
04-18-2009, 03:02 PM
Don't do anything, I did a bunch of stuff and paid for it for weeks. Watch the kids that are the same height as your junk.

:uglyhamme

Had it done a couple of weeks ago. Also have a 1 1/2 year old that loves to come bombing at me head first and I took one good. Procedure was all but 15 minutes, got lucky w/no swelling, sore for a few days but was back at the store w/in 2 days. Well worth it:banana:

ShamrockIV
04-18-2009, 03:16 PM
the local is the only bad part.

TinaSkiGirl
04-18-2009, 06:30 PM
Your fine do all those chores around the house you've been putting off, painting,garage cleaning, clean grill, mow and edge, weed beds, refinish front door, install a ridge vent, hot monkey sex with the wife, it will speed your recovery now get busy.


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Hot monkey sex?

You'll have to show me what that is one day!

Roonie's
04-18-2009, 06:43 PM
add me to the ranks. the anxiety and anticipation far outweighed the 5 minute procedure. although today it feels like someone kicked me in the junk. taking it easy, but really wish i could get the boat out today/tomorrow. hopefully the weather will hold for next weekend. hopefully a couple ritas later today will aid in my recovery :D

It will get better. Everything works like it should. Just have to suffer through the week or so of pain and recovery.

TX.X-30 fan
04-18-2009, 07:04 PM
Hot monkey sex?

You'll have to show me what that is one day!



If the wife gives me the thumbs-up I would be delighted to. :D

bigmac
04-18-2009, 10:26 PM
the local is the only bad part.
...except for the pain afterwards...

Jerseydave
04-18-2009, 10:43 PM
If the wife gives me the thumbs-up I would be delighted to. :D

In the same predicament here.......and I think I know what the answer is. :(

TinaSkiGirl
04-18-2009, 11:36 PM
If the wife gives me the thumbs-up I would be delighted to. :D

In the same predicament here.......and I think I know what the answer is. :(


Easy on the 3 way action guys.

Roonie's
04-18-2009, 11:57 PM
This thread is a painful memory......

brucemac
04-19-2009, 06:38 AM
yeah fellas easy on the lady. jeesh. my apoligies tn skier. bunch of dogs around here. and to think in a v thread. ;)

TX.X-30 fan
04-19-2009, 02:04 PM
yeah fellas easy on the lady. jeesh. my apoligies tn skier. bunch of dogs around here. and to think in a v thread. ;)

Hey back off Eunuch I didn't start this. :D:D

brucemac
04-19-2009, 02:57 PM
lol...... :D