I'm running way late today from the follow-up with the Urologist. How fun is that? Well, not so much. We have alternatives, but they don't sound like fun, and they don't guarantee to completely resolve things.
The Varicocele on the left is getting worse and the flare-ups happen more frequently. Can he - will he - do surgery? Yes. He's willing, but he reports that many patients still experience pain afterward. Well, what's the point? I have to think on this one.
The blood in the urine could be caused by cysts in the bladder - there's no sign of cancer anywhere. So that's the good news. Now, the only way to determine if there are cysts is to do a cystoscopy.... Under general anesthesia, they snake a tube up into and fill the bladder, drain it, fill it again, drain it again and then scope around. If cysts are found, he can scrape them off, and then put me on medication. The meds take about 12 months to work. That is if they don't interact with the stuff I'm already on from the Neurologist. So, I gotta think about this one, too.
The balls trying to crawl up inside the abdomen, and yanking up with such force when I cum - -
even though I try to hold them down as I shoot
well, those are most certainly tied to the M.D. As are the muscle cramps along the perineum. So, both issues are being kicked back to the Neurologist.
Cocks and balls
are extremely complicated things....