I had the camera up the pee pee thing last week. It really doesn't hurt. One spot where the tube bends is all the discomfort you'll feel.
You'll also feel like you have to pee like a race horse while it's happening.
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V-Tail wife just sent email.
|Dances With |
Wow 71 posts since 2000. You should ask for a CUT.
Well, I am neither a urologist, nor an oncologist, but have been under the care of the former since I was diagnosed with bladder cancer like 3-4 years ago. I think some folks are able to deal with it differently, but my first experience with a cystoscope at an in-office visit was literally excruciating. They discovered that, along with a 3cm mass, apparently I had a stricture in my urethra that made inserting the cystoscope extremely painful. After the mass removal (which entailed a couple of days with a garden hose inserted to pass any post-op clots), each succeeding 3 month follow up scope entails knocking my ass the fuck out, scoping me and then waking me up, which is one hell of a lot easier on my johnson.
Look, I'm not saying every swinging dick (pun intended) has the same issue, but in that office, that day, they were chasing me off of the exam table with what surely felt like a diamond coated wire saw.
I sincerely hope your's goes much better.
|On the DL|
I'm feeling a whole lot better about this after reading your post. Even looking forward to it. Wait, no, I'm not.
A mind is a terrible thing.
You mean your doctor didn't fill your bladder with broken shards of glass like mine did? It buckled my knees, when they finally let me take a piss, it hurt so bad.
Good luck V-tail and prayers sent.
Well, I don't think everybody's is like that, and most likely yours won't be, but what happened to me is the stone cold truth. Let us know how it goes, good luck!
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