Marx wrote:"Complicated", "Clouds of smoke", "Butchered", "Don't f#$k a horse".
Hmm, not the sort of feedback I was hoping for considering the kind of work I am looking at getting done.
"Complicated" - seems to be a feature word in the script that medicos will read you, regarding the prospect of reversal. Basically, if you think you might want more kids one day, don't do it. You'll be told that by doctors regardless.
"Clouds of smoke" - well, surgery isn't all about Maserati sports cars and rounds of golf after lunch. There's messy stuff involved too. I'm not a surgeon, so I can only guess what he was doing down there with a hot thing. I'm allowed to find it amusing because it was my (entirely desensitised) bits he was making smoke with... and it was really just a whisp. I guess there's always the general anaesthetic option of you don't fancy being awake to see what's going on.
"Butchered" - moral of the story is not to get done by a rural GP. Especially if you think you might want more kids one day. I guess the doctor in question did too good a job
, more than butchering. I have no reason to doubt that the patient's equipment still functions otherwise... his partner (who is currently pregnant with their second child) is a very good friend of mine, and our brief "with benefits" arrangement hasn't been revisited since they got together... so he must be looking after her properly
"Don't f*ck a horse" - probably wise medical advise, regardless of your fertility status
having a lazy day at home