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Nighthawk
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My doctor said wait 48 hours. Not sure if it makes any difference that I did the open ended with no scalpel, so there was just a tiny little hole that he worked through.

Update for today, I slept mostly okay last night. Today has been almost completely fine, no ice or anything necessary. I feel a little dull soreness in my left abdomen, not my scrot, but that is it. I took the gauze off and no bruising or anything. Taken a few ibuprofen just to be safe and a couple beers today. I haven't mowed or anything today but I did go out and do some photography and rode around a little bit. All in all pretty good, just a little bit uncomfortable. Doing surprisingly well for what was done yesterday!

6/2/2018 8:42:26 PM

PaulISdead
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I'm on 12 hours of my little pony this weekend with no end in sight

6/3/2018 3:00:11 PM

darkone
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You also have to "empty the magazine" before the followup check.

6/3/2018 7:53:41 PM

Exiled
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^ This. I think my doc suggested around 20 times just to make sure. Enjoy that!

6/4/2018 8:53:05 AM

Nighthawk
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Mostly back to normal. Went to work yesterday. Sack is still a little tender if I move the wrong way and I have a sore feeling in my lower left abdomen when I stand up, so I'm a little slow on that. But hell I really can't complain at all considering what got taken care of. Definitely recommend Dr. Monteith if anybody else is thinking about getting this done.

^Yea my doctor said twenty times and three months for the babymakers test. Got the first one out of the way yesterday. I was nervous as a motherfucker but no pain or anything out of the ordinary so that is good. If the dull ache when I stand up or whatever would go away I wouldn't even remember that I had it done less than a week ago!

6/5/2018 12:13:11 PM

Nighthawk
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Finally been three months. Dropped the sample off on Thursday and after checking it out no swimmers were detected. Officially not having anymore kids. w00t!

[Edited on September 15, 2018 at 12:40 PM. Reason : ]

9/15/2018 12:39:52 PM

spchandr1
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I once wanted my tubes tied and half my liver taken out, but they only do that in Virginia.

[Edited on September 15, 2018 at 10:35 PM. Reason : It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I don't remember who said that.]

9/15/2018 10:34:53 PM

theDuke866
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does getting snipped degrade busting of nuts at all? I've read mixed reviews...some say no effect; some say slightly diminished volume or sensation.

9/16/2018 12:03:50 AM

Nighthawk
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No change whatsoever. The first time or two I was really nervous, but after that it was just fine. First couple of weeks I had occasional discomfort in the sack as shit healed, but nothing major. And since I had the open ended one I have never gotten the whole swelling up discomfort that others have mentioned. I would totally recommend it to anybody who is done with having kids, especially if you use Dr. Monteith.

9/16/2018 9:52:45 AM

qntmfred
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No problems for me in that department either

9/16/2018 3:28:38 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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made it way better because i don't have the fear of crotchfruit in the back of my mind

9/16/2018 7:55:23 PM

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