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  Reply # 2054347 11-Jul-2018 14:01
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Fred99:

 

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Partial? Just get the full job done already!

 

 

Careful with wording of how you ask the surgeon to do that, or you could be singing soprano in the recovery ward.

 

 

if he/she is trained, then a full circumcision should not result in castration ...


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  Reply # 2054357 11-Jul-2018 14:14
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the scaring you have now as opposed to after surgery.

 

 

Nice typo.


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  Reply # 2054361 11-Jul-2018 14:22
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Batman:

 

Fred99:

 

Batman:

 

Partial? Just get the full job done already!

 

 

Careful with wording of how you ask the surgeon to do that, or you could be singing soprano in the recovery ward.

 

 

if he/she is trained, then a full circumcision should not result in castration ...

 

 

You'd hope.  Only kidding.

 

They might do it with a local rather then general if you wanted to keep an eye on things (another no pun intended).  Ask. (personally I wouldn't - and I'm not particularly squeamish)


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  Reply # 2054365 11-Jul-2018 14:32
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Mspec:

 

the scaring you have now as opposed to after surgery.

 

 

Nice typo.

 

 

Haaa nice, yeah think I will leave it as that as it did scare the hell out of me when I had mine done lol

 

 





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  Reply # 2054369 11-Jul-2018 14:35
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Son had the same issue - phimosis. When he had it done it left no noticeable scar as it's concealed by natural skin creases, plus a (plastic) surgeon did it who considers the procedure a specialty so expected the best result. Son was a bit sore for a couple of days but nothing major.

 

 

Was this in Auckland? Do you remember the name of the surgeon?




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  Reply # 2054372 11-Jul-2018 14:37
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Fred99:

 

Batman:

 

Fred99:

 

Batman:

 

Partial? Just get the full job done already!

 

 

Careful with wording of how you ask the surgeon to do that, or you could be singing soprano in the recovery ward.

 

 

if he/she is trained, then a full circumcision should not result in castration ...

 

 

You'd hope.  Only kidding.

 

They might do it with a local rather then general if you wanted to keep an eye on things (another no pun intended).  Ask. (personally I wouldn't - and I'm not particularly squeamish)

 

 

Hell no I'm not watching :D Who knows what involuntary movements I might make when I see that blade get close. Maybe they strap you down...


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  Reply # 2054374 11-Jul-2018 14:40
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syaped:

 

 

 

Son had the same issue - phimosis. When he had it done it left no noticeable scar as it's concealed by natural skin creases, plus a (plastic) surgeon did it who considers the procedure a specialty so expected the best result. Son was a bit sore for a couple of days but nothing major.

 

 

Was this in Auckland? Do you remember the name of the surgeon?

 

 

Just make sure he is not this surgeon. Sorry I could not resist

 

What happened to the short-sighted circumcisor?
He got the sack.





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Reply # 2054376 11-Jul-2018 14:43
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Mspec:

 

syaped:

 

 

 

Son had the same issue - phimosis. When he had it done it left no noticeable scar as it's concealed by natural skin creases, plus a (plastic) surgeon did it who considers the procedure a specialty so expected the best result. Son was a bit sore for a couple of days but nothing major.

 

 

Was this in Auckland? Do you remember the name of the surgeon?

 

 

Just make sure he is not this surgeon. Sorry I could not resist

 

What happened to the short-sighted circumcisor?
He got the sack.

 

 

 

 

Haha damnit I don't need any more ideas in my head on how this can go wrong! :D


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  Reply # 2054386 11-Jul-2018 15:17
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Mspec:

 

syaped:

 

 

 

Son had the same issue - phimosis. When he had it done it left no noticeable scar as it's concealed by natural skin creases, plus a (plastic) surgeon did it who considers the procedure a specialty so expected the best result. Son was a bit sore for a couple of days but nothing major.

 

 

Was this in Auckland? Do you remember the name of the surgeon?

 

 

Just make sure he is not this surgeon. Sorry I could not resist

 

What happened to the short-sighted circumcisor?
He got the sack.

 

 

How do you circumcise a whale?

 

First, you send down four skin-divers...


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  Reply # 2054400 11-Jul-2018 15:52
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An expensive circumcision might be a rip-off.


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  Reply # 2054472 11-Jul-2018 17:30
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Fred99:

 

An expensive circumcision might be a rip-off.

 

 

Ouch!


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  Reply # 2054518 11-Jul-2018 19:33
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Reminds me of the rabbi who took a sack of foreskins to a leather craftsman to see what he could make out of them. The rabbi was disappointed to get a tiny purse in return. But the craftsman said stroke it and it turns into a suitcase.

Interested to hear the current costs involved for the OP's op, good luck

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  Reply # 2054554 11-Jul-2018 20:11
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Just had tempura for dinner, couldn't tell the onion rings from calamari on sight, had to use a sharp knife to discern, and had deep pangs of sympathy for OP.


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  Reply # 2054564 11-Jul-2018 20:24
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Son had the same issue - phimosis. When he had it done it left no noticeable scar as it's concealed by natural skin creases, plus a (plastic) surgeon did it who considers the procedure a specialty so expected the best result. Son was a bit sore for a couple of days but nothing major.



Was this in Auckland? Do you remember the name of the surgeon?


Yep, in Auckland, surgeon is Murray Beagley, I think I posted his details earler in this thread.

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DO NOT Google image or YouTube search it as it will scare the bejeebers out of you. laughing





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