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  • Any adverse effects for the cyclist? Delicate one with the other half when I made it one of my main concerns! 😯

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Have you tried to ride with two tennis balls balance on the saddle?

    Premier Icon bryan-g-
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    I stayed of the bike for 2 weeks just to be safe. Had no problems, no pain after the opp at all. I did have black and blue nuts for a few days though.

    Premier Icon Harry_the_Spider
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    Leave it for a couple of weeks, longer if your riding position involves sitting directly on your balls.

    I am not a doctor.

    Premier Icon dave360
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    Wife’s friend’s hubby took a month off from playing football after his, so I rode my bike the next day to show him how gay is.

    The most traumatic part was the op itself. I was wheeled into the op room. Nursey lifted up my gown to prep “down there”, and gave anaesthetic jab. I was looking up at the ceiling thinking of, well anything other than a fairly attractive woman manipulating my bits because..you know. The door opened and closed, the doc came in and said hello. I said hello back, looked down as he was looming over my groin ready to start work, and the f**ker had a purple rinse. I was emasculated by QuentinfuckingCrisp. Fair play to the old bloke though, he was done in a jiffy and it was a pretty neat job.

    I’m currently recovering from a Hydrocele Testis operation. Look it up on Google images, although probably NSFW.
    Two weeks off the bike so far.

    Premier Icon Bushwacked
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    Wait unless you like jam in your rice pudding

    4 weeks off when I had it done and the jam incident was due to swimming 2 weeks after op

    bigrich
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    what’s the worst that could happen? you go sterile?

    TurnerGuy
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    it fails and you have a kid

    Two weeks rest at least, unless you are stupid.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    Couple of weeks of being careful.

    Mate got a scrotal cyst (google it if you have a strong stomach) and was off work for weeks. He said the worst bit was having to squeeze the pus out of his sack when changing the dressing.

    prawny
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    Had mine done two weeks ago this coming Saturday, still not right. Will probably go for a short ride on Saturday on my road bike but nothing serious. Other people I know gave had hardly any pain, but it knocked me about a bit. Made it to work Monday and Tuesday, came home in agony on Wednesday and had the rest of the week off.

    I wouldn’t push it.

    Premier Icon akira
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    Don’t pull it either!

    funny, mine had hardly any bruising or pain, within a week i was good to go…i am assuming thats what they did on the table….oh my i better call the wife to be sure about that sick feeling in the morning she is having 😀

    It varies for everyone – I rode the day after and was fine.

    You’ll know when it’s OK – it’s your body

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Try a forum search, regular question, same range of answers. Maybe we should make it a sticky at the top of the page. Or maybe not 😳

    Premier Icon Bushwacked
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    I imagine success is dependant on whether you are first in, about middle or one of the last ones to be done. After a day of bollock chopping my handi work might be a tad worse than when I started – especially if I’m running late for a beer.

    Premier Icon Moe
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    Do as you are told, two weeks minimum. I know a couple of guys thought they knew better and regreted it! …. and regreted it!

    IT’s NOT WORTH IT! Act in haste, repent in agony!

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    Do I remember the pain! Sitting on the bog was the worst.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Taking out your own stitches as they are too tight, is a ‘life’ experience, not to be repeated…

    lister
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    I left it a couple of weeks. First ride was quite short and I was very aware of things, but it was ok. Left it a couple more days then went for a longer one, it was fine.
    Only had slight pains for a couple of days after the op, and that was because one side took a bit more ‘digging’ and was quite swollen. I then had a few days of feeling delicate without sharp pain.
    First investigation into whether everything worked was a tricky mind over matter activity, the vinegar strokes held a certain amount of terror!
    Matt is right about the stitches, one side was not good and de-threading myself in the shower was a peculiar sensation…

    But you’ll be fine 🙂

    Premier Icon sheeps
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    Back in the saddle after 7 days (gentle commuting) and a 40km off-road epic 10 days after the op…. but a mate was off completely for about 3 weeks. Just depends on how much bruising etc.

    taxi25
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    As said varies from person to person. Had mine on Wednesday, no pain bruising or swelling. Rode a mx race on the Sunday, felt ok. Not saying it was the right thing to
    do but what the heck.

    Blimey, a work colleague was ‘done’ on Monday and is still hobbling around like his ankles are tied together……. 😯

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    I’d have been right to ride after about a week apart from getting an infection in the wound site. after having that cleared out and on antibiotics, i enquired whether I was good to start riding again and the doc told me that 3 hours in a sweaty chamois would provide a less than ideal environment for healing an infected cock. 😯 In hindsight, a bit of a daft question.

    I waited another 2 weeks until given the all clear

    rp16v
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    actualy had mine done this morning have sent kids to the nans and the misses out so just me netflicks and a bag of frozen veg been sat here sins about 2 ish lol all in all not that bad had good banter w :lol:ith the doc who really made it easyer getting a little achey now just poped 2 painkillers and a pizza in the oven as far as sports concernd iv put off all sports gor atleast a month…
    am looking forward to empying the tank 30 times tho

    Premier Icon Moe
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    The cost of making the wrong choice far outweighs the ‘crime’.

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