- Dec 19, 2007
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For me it was because my wife got pregnant 2 years after her tubes were tied :eek We won a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctor and friendly hills medical group for a botched tubal ligation. The doctor did one tube right but on the other side he clamped the tendon (which looks like a tube) right next to the tube so one passage was still open and that's how our 4th child got through. She's 22 now and we're glad they f'd up
Diffrent strokes... My only question is... "Why not?"
25 years later, my lifelong friend says he still has the feeling that someone has his entire nut-sack in a firm grip. He's lived with it like that from day one. They were swollen like a grapefruit on the day following his surgery (actually had it snipped) and has rued the day ever since. For me...8 years on, likeitneverfuckinhappened.Man up.
I went to the shop later that day and worked.
The next day, likeitneverfuckinhappened.
It was sinister how easy I rendered myself useless.
Seriously, I have heard some horror stories. The urologist I went to was a straightupbadass.