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Originally posted by dragonsmusic
"According to the European Committee of Medical Ultrasound Safety (ECMUS) "Ultrasonic examinations should only be performed by competent personnel who are trained and updated in safety matters. Ultrasound produces heating, pressure changes and mechanical disturbances in tissue. Diagnostic levels of ultrasound can produce temperature rises that are hazardous to sensitive organs..."
The testicles are accelerated cell-replication organs, producing untold trillions of spermatozoa in their lifetimes, hundreds of millions every day in a healthy set of balls.
Originally posted by FortAnthem
I knew a guy a few years ago who got a vasectomy. The docs assured him it was a painless operation and told him he could go into work the night of the operation.
He was in pain for the whole shift. He called out sick for the next three days. Something tells me it wasn't as painless as the docs said.
It will be a cold day in hell before I let some doc mess around with my junk.
Originally posted by calstorm
>snip< [ pun not intended]
Oh, the poor baby. How tragic that he felt a little bit of pain. But of course it is perfectly acceptable for women to be in pain after getting their tubes tied. Yes I had it done and the process is much more difficult for women than men. I gave birth to 3 kids, when men can do that, then they can complain about pain and protecting their man parts.
I probably should stay away from this thread before I get the urge to show them what pain in balls really feels like. *Looks for the smilie with the bloody knife* Hmmm. guess ATS doesn't have that one.