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posted 2/12/2007 5:51:36 PM |
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  decaturnooner

Ladies and Gentlemen

I have a subject of great concern to discuss. I subject in which the results of the act are often over and under exaggerated. I need both opinions on the subject because I am having a "consultation" in the morning.

Vacetomy!

I have heard that you aren't the same again. I have heard that recovery is slow. I have heard that you are the same and it is no big deal. I have heard that the force and flow aren't as abundant. I have heard that the force is more abundant. I have heard recovery time varies to nearly one and done.

I have heard.

So I am willing to hear some more. I would hate to lose my 730 second status because of an operation on my nads or wherever they are snipping and affecting.

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ladybootscooter

Feb 12 @ 6:10PM  
Well not having my own personal penis or scrotum for that matter........I can't speak from a level of personal experience, however, I have family members that have had the surgery and loved it! After 4 kids my aunt and uncle talked over their options, his surgery was cheaper, faster healing, etc so he "made the sacrifice" so to speak! She swore that if anything it made him MUCH more active! It took away all the pregnancy worries and freed them to just enjoy sex whenever they wanted! She said she thought it increased his endurance as well (something to look forward to??) She laughed that if they had known how good it would get afterward they might not have had the twins (the youngest sons) cos she would have talked him into the surgery years earlier! Hope this eases some of your worries! Good luck to ya!
tlc0766

Feb 12 @ 6:20PM  
My brother-in-law had it done a few years ago, he didn't even need the painkillers that they give him. From what I understand it hasn't affected him in any way.
ksk72

Feb 12 @ 6:39PM  
I have known a few guys that had it done. Not a one of them had any trouble. If anything the stress relief of not being able to cause pregnancy has made there sex drive higher. I have had the female version done which is supposed to be a much more difficult procedure. I was fine in 3 days no longer needing the pain meds and went back to normal activities in a week.
dumblonde

Feb 12 @ 6:44PM  
after having 4 kids, my ex had it done, i didnt notice any change...a day or so with a bag of frozen vegatables (they mold well to that part of the body and not hard like ice) and its back to normal...
maggiemae1969

Feb 12 @ 7:31PM  
is that spelled right?
loveableone

Feb 12 @ 7:34PM  
vasectomy

and i know a couple guys who had it, didnt bother or change them in the least!!
JJN4Fun

Feb 12 @ 7:35PM  
The cum tastes better :)
GryGoast

Feb 12 @ 9:20PM  
There are many techniques here ... you might consider one of the reversible one's

OK ... having said the rational supportive thing....

Hay Buckwheat!!!! they are going to chop you frequin' BALLS off...

of course your will be different.... whether the difference is Benevolent or Malevolent is up too you.


Godspeed

Master Gry
decaturnooner

Feb 13 @ 12:35AM  
Thanks for the feedback roomies.

Hmmm...I'll have to have someone do a before and after on my cum, besides myself of course.
StraddleMyNose

Feb 13 @ 3:52AM  
I haven't seen you on here in a while...heard ya got into trouble. Welcome back!

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