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Didn't read the whole thread, so I came in here to vent.

A friend of mine (6'5", 220+, solid muscle, my wife likes to flirt with him), had a vasectomy a few weeks ago on a Thursday. He coaches high school football, and was on the sideline for their game the next evening. He totally ruined my plan of milking the thing for an entire weekend on the couch in front of the TV, unless I'm willing to totally emasculate myself in comparison. :)

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9am tomorrow. A bit scared, but mainly ready to get this over with. Haven't really decided on transportation. Kids have to get to school so this complicates things somewhat. Funny thing a bunch of you in this thread and the other one talk about getting after it a few days after. Mine says take 5 days off then get after it.

I'd recommend giving yourself a break for a week (or even more). It was quite uncomfortable the first time the Mrs. & I took the post surgery equipment for a test drive. In particular, one of her favored positions had our bodies bumping each other in a way that was quite painful for me until everything healed up completely. The mental bummer of "what have I gone & done" had me wish I'd just given it a little more time.You're married, it's not like a week or two with no sex is a revolutionary idea. Give yourself some time to heal up. :thumbup: Also, I had no problem driving myself home (actually to the grocery store to get some frozen peas). Take the day off work tomorrow, give yourself the weekend to kick back on the couch with some football games and some vicodin, and relax.

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The wife would kill me for saying this, but this thread makes me want to schedule mine asap. LOL @ my mother telling me I must be on drugs and she would be on suicide watch if she were me. This coming after she watched both of my kids for a day and a half. She had two kids, but we were ten years apart so she never experienced the joy of two kids a year and a half apart. That joy is exactly why I want to have this procedure. That and the financial implications, as well as the responsibility, and worries kids will kid you.

:confused: My boys are 18 months part - now 3 and 4 - and I would have had more if we had more time (wife turned 40 and said we're done). When they aren't hitting each other (and actually sometimes during) they are becoming good friends. Definitely challenging but nowhere near "suicide watch."

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9am tomorrow. A bit scared, but mainly ready to get this over with. Haven't really decided on transportation. Kids have to get to school so this complicates things somewhat. Funny thing a bunch of you in this thread and the other one talk about getting after it a few days after. Mine says take 5 days off then get after it.

Nevermind the secks - how long until you can get back on the bike?!?

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9am tomorrow. A bit scared, but mainly ready to get this over with. Haven't really decided on transportation. Kids have to get to school so this complicates things somewhat. Funny thing a bunch of you in this thread and the other one talk about getting after it a few days after. Mine says take 5 days off then get after it.

Nevermind the secks - how long until you can get back on the bike?!?
I've asked around. Some say can get on a trainer in as little as a week, and outside in 2. That seems to be the consensus. It varies though. I'm not really getting ready for anything right now so it's fairly good timing.

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This thread makes me :bs::eek::X and :cry: all at the same time.

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Didn't read the whole thread, so I came in here to vent.

A friend of mine (6'5", 220+, solid muscle, my wife likes to flirt with him), had a vasectomy a few weeks ago on a Thursday. He coaches high school football, and was on the sideline for their game the next evening. He totally ruined my plan of milking the thing for an entire weekend on the couch in front of the TV, unless I'm willing to totally emasculate myself in comparison. :X

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I think I've found my schtick. I seem to get this response everytime I post about my wife.

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Didn't read the whole thread, so I came in here to vent.

A friend of mine (6'5", 220+, solid muscle, my wife likes to flirt with him), had a vasectomy a few weeks ago on a Thursday. He coaches high school football, and was on the sideline for their game the next evening. He totally ruined my plan of milking the thing for an entire weekend on the couch in front of the TV, unless I'm willing to totally emasculate myself in comparison. :own3d:

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I think I've found my schtick. I seem to get this response everytime I post about my wife.
And it only took what, 8, 9, years. :rolleyes:

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Didn't read the whole thread, so I came in here to vent.

A friend of mine (6'5", 220+, solid muscle, my wife likes to flirt with him), had a vasectomy a few weeks ago on a Thursday. He coaches high school football, and was on the sideline for their game the next evening. He totally ruined my plan of milking the thing for an entire weekend on the couch in front of the TV, unless I'm willing to totally emasculate myself in comparison. :rant:

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I think I've found my schtick. I seem to get this response everytime I post about my wife.
And it only took what, 8, 9, years. :thumbup:
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Had mine done 2 weeks ago...definitely recommend taking the weekend on the couch.

My brother had his procedure done a year before me and he said he felt fine the next day, coached his kids football game and then was in sever pain for a week. Scared the hell out of me and a mutual friend of ours who played football with my brother in high school. he told me "dude, I played football with him for four years. He was the toughest SOB I've ever seen. If this surgery did this to him then we are screwed. Our only hope is that he did this to himself by being too much of a tough guy the day after the surgery."

Well, having consigned myself to the couch for two days I can attest that discretion really is the better part of valor. Remain on the couch!!! I don't care how good you feel. How don't care how much grief your wife/friends/kids give you...STAY ON THE COUCH! You won't regret the two days on the couch, but you may regret it if you don't. And to anyone whose wife isn't cool with two days on the couch, I'd suggest you get a new wife. Seriously, sympathy/empathy are the cornerstones of a good relationship. If she can't do that for a few days then you are with the wrong person.

Now, to the fun stuff. After the procedure the doctor and I have the following exchange:

Doctor: Try to stay off your feet for at least 24 hours...48 would be even better

Me: OK, that's the plan

Doctor: Good. When you can walk without pain, then you can exercise. When you can exercise without pain, then you have secks.

Me: Doc, I couldn't exercise without pain BEFORE I got here.

[Doctor smiles; Nurse chuckles; I'm feeling relieved that the procedure is over, a little punchy]

Doctor: OK, well then use your best judgment on the secks

Me: Doc, forget about the secks...I've been married for twelve years...the more important question is 'when can I start masturbating again?'

[Nurse immediately turns and leaves the room as she tries to maintain a sense of professionalism and is having troubling containing her laughter. I SOO could have had her!]

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Had mine done 2 weeks ago...definitely recommend taking the weekend on the couch.

My brother had his procedure done a year before me and he said he felt fine the next day, coached his kids football game and then was in sever pain for a week. Scared the hell out of me and a mutual friend of ours who played football with my brother in high school. he told me "dude, I played football with him for four years. He was the toughest SOB I've ever seen. If this surgery did this to him then we are screwed. Our only hope is that he did this to himself by being too much of a tough guy the day after the surgery."

Well, having consigned myself to the couch for two days I can attest that discretion really is the better part of valor. Remain on the couch!!! I don't care how good you feel. How don't care how much grief your wife/friends/kids give you...STAY ON THE COUCH! You won't regret the two days on the couch, but you may regret it if you don't. And to anyone whose wife isn't cool with two days on the couch, I'd suggest you get a new wife. Seriously, sympathy/empathy are the cornerstones of a good relationship. If she can't do that for a few days then you are with the wrong person.

Now, to the fun stuff. After the procedure the doctor and I have the following exchange:

Doctor: Try to stay off your feet for at least 24 hours...48 would be even better

Me: OK, that's the plan

Doctor: Good. When you can walk without pain, then you can exercise. When you can exercise without pain, then you have secks.

Me: Doc, I couldn't exercise without pain BEFORE I got here.

[Doctor smiles; Nurse chuckles; I'm feeling relieved that the procedure is over, a little punchy]

Doctor: OK, well then use your best judgment on the secks

Me: Doc, forget about the secks...I've been married for twelve years...the more important question is 'when can I start masturbating again?'

[Nurse immediately turns and leaves the room as she tries to maintain a sense of professionalism and is having troubling containing her laughter. I SOO could have had her!]

Better yet just make the wife get her tubes tied instead. Doesn't make sense for a man to get clipped.

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Now, to the fun stuff. After the procedure the doctor and I have the following exchange:Doctor: Try to stay off your feet for at least 24 hours...48 would be even betterMe: OK, that's the planDoctor: Good. When you can walk without pain, then you can exercise. When you can exercise without pain, then you have secks.Me: Doc, I couldn't exercise without pain BEFORE I got here.[Doctor smiles; Nurse chuckles; I'm feeling relieved that the procedure is over, a little punchy]Doctor: OK, well then use your best judgment on the secksMe: Doc, forget about the secks...I've been married for twelve years...the more important question is 'when can I start masturbating again?'[Nurse immediately turns and leaves the room as she tries to maintain a sense of professionalism and is having troubling containing her laughter. I SOO could have had her!]

:goodposting: On a serious note, the first, um, discharge I had contained some blood. Scared the hell out of me and I barely contained the urge to dial 911 and just called the docs office instead. Was told by the (female) nurse that it's fairly common and nothing to worry about. It was the only time it happened but I'm pretty sure I'm still emotionally scarred.

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Now, to the fun stuff. After the procedure the doctor and I have the following exchange:Doctor: Try to stay off your feet for at least 24 hours...48 would be even betterMe: OK, that's the planDoctor: Good. When you can walk without pain, then you can exercise. When you can exercise without pain, then you have secks.Me: Doc, I couldn't exercise without pain BEFORE I got here.[Doctor smiles; Nurse chuckles; I'm feeling relieved that the procedure is over, a little punchy]Doctor: OK, well then use your best judgment on the secksMe: Doc, forget about the secks...I've been married for twelve years...the more important question is 'when can I start masturbating again?'[Nurse immediately turns and leaves the room as she tries to maintain a sense of professionalism and is having troubling containing her laughter. I SOO could have had her!]

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
Have your wife get her tubes tied. And the "wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic" is bull####.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
Have your wife get her tubes tied. And the "wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic" is bull####.
Dear Lord let it go, man.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
Have your wife get her tubes tied. And the "wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic" is bull####.
Did you miss the part about how a woman getting her tubes tied is a more invasive procedure?Edited to add, as far as the pill, I'd rather not take the pill everyday for the rest of my life. Why would I ask the wife to do the same? Even if there was a pill for men, I'd rather have a weekend of discomfort than to have to worry about that. Edited by Bull Dozier
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Done. No big deal. I've had dental cleanings that were worse.

Wife chunked my powerful pain meds from a prior surgery that were left over. I had been saving them for this. I guess I have to get by on advil.

Lots of gambling and football watching this weekend.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
Have your wife get her tubes tied. And the "wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic" is bull####.
Are you serious? Are you even married?Yeah, after my wife delivered two beautiful daughters for me, I'm going to step up and tell her to have a serious surgery for my benefit.Unreal.

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

Even that is serious. It's a whole different group of doctors that are required.

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

Even that is serious. It's a whole different group of doctors that are required.
really? had no idea. Well, that's the only way I've heard of it being done recently. it is amazing how long peas stay frozen.

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

Even that is serious. It's a whole different group of doctors that are required.
Think some of you are confusing getting your tubes tied with a hysterectomy.

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

Even that is serious. It's a whole different group of doctors that are required.
really? had no idea. Well, that's the only way I've heard of it being done recently.

it is amazing how long peas stay frozen.

I preferred corn. Glad to hear all's well!

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who the #### makes their wife tie off outside of doing it during a c-section anymore?

Even that is serious. It's a whole different group of doctors that are required.
Think some of you are confusing getting your tubes tied with a hysterectomy.
Incorrect. I was there when my wife asked about getting her tubes tied.

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Easiest method

There are new hormonal methods such as the Patch or the Contraceptive Ring that are as effective as the pill and you don’t have to think about them every day. Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) are also good choices, particularly for women in long-term relationships. IUDs provide contraception for up to five years at a time and may offer side-benefits such as lighter periods.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
:tfp:

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Easiest method

There are new hormonal methods such as the Patch or the Contraceptive Ring that are as effective as the pill and you don’t have to think about them every day. Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) are also good choices, particularly for women in long-term relationships. IUDs provide contraception for up to five years at a time and may offer side-benefits such as lighter periods.

Wife has one right now. I can tell you first hand this is not universal. Her is longer than pre-IUD, which of course sucks.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
:hot:
Vasectomy is not 100% effective

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
:goodposting:
Vasectomy is not 100% effective
That's why it's crucial to get tested 6-8 weeks after the procedure is done.You got kids? I'm guessing no.Experience your wife giving birth to a few kids first and then get back to us.

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why on god's green earth would any married man subject themselves to this?

-Don't want more kids.-Condoms suck.-Wife taking the pill forever isn't realistic.-Surgical options for women are move invasive.You have a better permanent, 100% effective alternative?
:lol:
Vasectomy is not 100% effective
That's why it's crucial to get tested 6-8 weeks after the procedure is done.You got kids? I'm guessing no.Experience your wife giving birth to a few kids first and then get back to us.
Good thing you don't play blackjack or you would have just lost your bet.two kids and experienced both births Edited by Walton Goggins

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Good thing you don't play blackjack or you would have just lost your bet.two kids and experienced both births

So what is it then? Selfish? Insensitive? Spurned?

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No big deal at all. Feels about like a groin strain at this point. Nothing a little advil can't take care of. I'm trying to lay off the advil now to be able to drink it up for football watching.

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The deed is done. First morning report: Excellent!! I think I got lucky; even woke with wood.

Got prepared yesterday morning--was all worried about it so pulled all stops. Made sure to take care of business in the morning so there was no extra pressure on during the operation; smoked and had a couple brews first, and then the doc had set me up with valium an hour before so I'd be relaxed going in. Got into the office to find that he was going to use me as a training class for an intern--so there were three in there, including the nurse, playing with the boys. I think that might have been the best thing--Doc was teaching all the way through, giving directions, explaining what was about, taking his time layer by layer (like "peeling an onion"). Zero pain and minimal pressure.

Zero swelling this morning! :goodposting: I really didn't even follow all rules--had the beer handy and definitely took advantage of that; had the peas, corn, and two instafreeze packs they gave me at the hospital and only used them for a couple hours--taking them off when my daughter got home from school. Took two advil twice, and then once this morning--he had recommended four, three times/day, but I don't do well with that much medicine so I think I'm not so conditioned to it, and less generally works well by me. Not much drainage--well within expectations, and seems to have stopped.

The girls are wanting to go the State Fair this morning, and I've been pushing against that--but I think now I'll try it. Daughter's got a friend who wants to join so she'll have someone else to do rides with, and I can sit back and relax while my wife does the running. Should be good times. :thumbdown:

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The deed is done. First morning report: Excellent!! I think I got lucky; even woke with wood.

Got prepared yesterday morning--was all worried about it so pulled all stops. Made sure to take care of business in the morning so there was no extra pressure on during the operation; smoked and had a couple brews first, and then the doc had set me up with valium an hour before so I'd be relaxed going in. Got into the office to find that he was going to use me as a training class for an intern--so there were three in there, including the nurse, playing with the boys. I think that might have been the best thing--Doc was teaching all the way through, giving directions, explaining what was about, taking his time layer by layer (like "peeling an onion"). Zero pain and minimal pressure.

Zero swelling this morning! :confused: I really didn't even follow all rules--had the beer handy and definitely took advantage of that; had the peas, corn, and two instafreeze packs they gave me at the hospital and only used them for a couple hours--taking them off when my daughter got home from school. Took two advil twice, and then once this morning--he had recommended four, three times/day, but I don't do well with that much medicine so I think I'm not so conditioned to it, and less generally works well by me. Not much drainage--well within expectations, and seems to have stopped.

The girls are wanting to go the State Fair this morning, and I've been pushing against that--but I think now I'll try it. Daughter's got a friend who wants to join so she'll have someone else to do rides with, and I can sit back and relax while my wife does the running. Should be good times. :banned:

Good to hear it is going well. :goodposting:

I sure wouldn't go walk around a State Fair, but that's just me. :confused:

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The deed is done. First morning report: Excellent!! I think I got lucky; even woke with wood.

Got prepared yesterday morning--was all worried about it so pulled all stops. Made sure to take care of business in the morning so there was no extra pressure on during the operation; smoked and had a couple brews first, and then the doc had set me up with valium an hour before so I'd be relaxed going in. Got into the office to find that he was going to use me as a training class for an intern--so there were three in there, including the nurse, playing with the boys. I think that might have been the best thing--Doc was teaching all the way through, giving directions, explaining what was about, taking his time layer by layer (like "peeling an onion"). Zero pain and minimal pressure.

Zero swelling this morning! ;) I really didn't even follow all rules--had the beer handy and definitely took advantage of that; had the peas, corn, and two instafreeze packs they gave me at the hospital and only used them for a couple hours--taking them off when my daughter got home from school. Took two advil twice, and then once this morning--he had recommended four, three times/day, but I don't do well with that much medicine so I think I'm not so conditioned to it, and less generally works well by me. Not much drainage--well within expectations, and seems to have stopped.

The girls are wanting to go the State Fair this morning, and I've been pushing against that--but I think now I'll try it. Daughter's got a friend who wants to join so she'll have someone else to do rides with, and I can sit back and relax while my wife does the running. Should be good times. :banned:

Good to hear it is going well. :excited:

I sure wouldn't go walk around a State Fair, but that's just me. :2cents:

I wouldn't have either--and certainly wouldn't recommend it--if it wasn't for the overall situation. We actually held off until Sunday, as both my wife and I ended up having to go into work Saturday (mine was a quick review and rescue; hers was full shift). That worked out pretty well; by the end of the Fair day there was a little swelling--but minimal enough where two ibuprofins set things back in order. Really feeling fortunate right now! :knockonwood:

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The deed is done. First morning report: Excellent!! I think I got lucky; even woke with wood.

Got prepared yesterday morning--was all worried about it so pulled all stops. Made sure to take care of business in the morning so there was no extra pressure on during the operation; smoked and had a couple brews first, and then the doc had set me up with valium an hour before so I'd be relaxed going in. Got into the office to find that he was going to use me as a training class for an intern--so there were three in there, including the nurse, playing with the boys. I think that might have been the best thing--Doc was teaching all the way through, giving directions, explaining what was about, taking his time layer by layer (like "peeling an onion"). Zero pain and minimal pressure.

Zero swelling this morning! ;) I really didn't even follow all rules--had the beer handy and definitely took advantage of that; had the peas, corn, and two instafreeze packs they gave me at the hospital and only used them for a couple hours--taking them off when my daughter got home from school. Took two advil twice, and then once this morning--he had recommended four, three times/day, but I don't do well with that much medicine so I think I'm not so conditioned to it, and less generally works well by me. Not much drainage--well within expectations, and seems to have stopped.

The girls are wanting to go the State Fair this morning, and I've been pushing against that--but I think now I'll try it. Daughter's got a friend who wants to join so she'll have someone else to do rides with, and I can sit back and relax while my wife does the running. Should be good times. :banned:

Good to hear it is going well. :lmao:

I sure wouldn't go walk around a State Fair, but that's just me. :2cents:

I wouldn't have either--and certainly wouldn't recommend it--if it wasn't for the overall situation. We actually held off until Sunday, as both my wife and I ended up having to go into work Saturday (mine was a quick review and rescue; hers was full shift). That worked out pretty well; by the end of the Fair day there was a little swelling--but minimal enough where two ibuprofins set things back in order. Really feeling fortunate right now! :knockonwood:
Good to hear everything worked out.

Looks like I'm on deck - my appointment is set for Friday November 20th.

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Good to hear everything worked out.Looks like I'm on deck - my appointment is set for Friday November 20th.

Had mine today, I'll be on the couch all weekend.

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I'm getting "the procedure" in a week. Can I drive myself home, or will I need the wife to do it?

If you go w/o vallium then you can drive no problem.Just made my first "deposit" at the office today. This just in: condoms suck

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I'm getting "the procedure" in a week. Can I drive myself home, or will I need the wife to do it?

I'm having my done a week from today too.I'm getting knocked out for it - and it was advised I don't drive home.

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Had it done Thursday. Told the Doc I have a very low threshold for pain and Bigo he gave me the happy pills. My boys are still somewhat tender but that might be due to their larger than normal size. Anyway I'm on the couch all weekend with some slight soreness down there. My sack seems to itch more than normal and I have been trying not to do too much scratching down there because well I don't think its a good idea. Oops time for my happy pill

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I'm getting "the procedure" in a week. Can I drive myself home, or will I need the wife to do it?

I'm having my done a week from today too.

I'm getting knocked out for it - and it was advised I don't drive home.

oh for ####s sake.

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It is done - had the procedure done this morning.

Why anyone would want to be awake for this I'll never understand.

I got knocked out - I woke up and asked when they were going to start and someone responded it's done already.

Got a frozen bag of peas against the giblets and enough Vicoden to bring me into Sunday night.

No pain yet - wil report back.

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getting it done in a couple of weeks

we have a bottle of leftover Vicodin so I'm taking those no matter what they recommend.

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