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'The Snip'

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Note the last three words of the sentence.

Ahhhh.

I might have misjudged you Mr Bairn (you crafty wee b*****d).

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My missus has the Coil.

Does the job.

That can kill lasses if they are unknowingly pregnant and they get the coil put in.

An absolutely awful risk to take.

:rolleyes:

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Straight choice between me letting a trained, skilled surgeon take a scalpel to my baws and me suffering discomfort for 7-10 days, and never fathering any more kids which I was entirely comfortable with.

Or, Mrs Ranter, the woman that I love and a brilliant mother to our kids, chemically altering the balance of her body for years on end, and doing herself who knows what long-term damage.

While I felt some trepidation on the day (like you do before ANY surgery), the decision itself was a no-brainer.

Bingo. Not a shitebag.

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Right, so the age you start using the contraceptive implant won't potentially impact its usefulness? :lol:

So, your last part of the post; if a female takes gaps between their renewal, say 2 years between every 4 year implant, are the risks reduced or not? :rolleyes:

I think you're tying yourself in knots here. It's pretty simple. The longer the woman takes a contraceptive the higher the chances are that she will develop complications. No one is suggesting that a man in his 20s should have the snip and no surgeon would undertake the surgery. Certainly not on th NHS

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Am I wrong in thinking that women have the choice of a simple tube blocking operation similar to our snip that doesn't involve any of these hormonal risks?

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I think you're tying yourself in knots here. It's pretty simple. The longer the woman takes a contraceptive the higher the chances are that she will develop complications. No one is suggesting that a man in his 20s should have the snip and no surgeon would undertake the surgery. Certainly not on th NHS

Yeah, there's the issue. A woman who takes the contraceptive implant for 2 renewals (8 years in total) will most likely not develop any complications whatsoever. Surely you can plan a family around that 8 year period where you won't be having kids?

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I think if Weeperdee calls LM "old timer" again. Then his bird won't need a rod anymore.

He can call me what he likes, he's talking bollocks anyway.

Right, so the age you start using the contraceptive implant won't potentially impact its usefulness? :lol:

So, your last part of the post; if a female takes gaps between their renewal, say 2 years between every 4 year implant, are the risks reduced or not? :rolleyes:

I couldn't possibly comment on the risks on an individual basis, as I'm sure you've gathered from the course of your studies. However, given you're up to date with latest evidence, you have probably seen very recently - within just the last couple of days - the results of studies into the use of hormone therapies. Go and have a look for yourself.

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Am I wrong in thinking that women have the choice of a simple tube blocking operation similar to our snip that doesn't involve any of these hormonal risks?

Women can have the fallopian tubes clamped and cut but the operation itself is a lot more invasive, requires a general anaesthetic and is more likely to incur complications on that basis. The recovery is longer and more painful and it's fucking brutal to watch too.

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Women can have the fallopian tubes clamped and cut but the operation itself is a lot more invasive, requires a general anaesthetic and is more likely to incur complications on that basis. The recovery is longer and more painful and it's fucking brutal to watch too.

Pics or gtf!

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He can call me what he likes, he's talking bollocks anyway..

You should have gathered that when he said he was studying Psychology.

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Pics or gtf!

:lol: I'm not allowed to take pictures in theatre (I don't work in one anymore anyway) but, in layman's terms, it involves puncturing the abdomen twice, right through each layer and inflating the cavity with carbon dioxide.

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:lol: I'm not allowed to take pictures in theatre (I don't work in one anymore anyway) but, in layman's terms, it involves puncturing the abdomen twice, right through each layer and inflating the cavity with carbon dioxide.

You're pure filth Mrs M. Pure filth.

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You're pure filth Mrs M. Pure filth.

If you're really good, I'll talk you through dressing a venous leg ulcer... ;)

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:lol: I'm not allowed to take pictures in theatre (I don't work in one anymore anyway) but, in layman's terms, it involves puncturing the abdomen twice, right through each layer and inflating the cavity with carbon dioxide.

Could we have a similarly graphic description of the snip?

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Straight choice between me letting a trained, skilled surgeon take a scalpel to my baws and me suffering discomfort for 7-10 days, and never fathering any more kids which I was entirely comfortable with.

Or, Mrs Ranter, the woman that I love and a brilliant mother to our kids, chemically altering the balance of her body for years on end, and doing herself who knows what long-term damage.

While I felt some trepidation on the day (like you do before ANY surgery), the decision itself was a no-brainer.

If it came down to it.

I'll wear a condom

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Could we have a similarly graphic description of the snip?

Local injection, incision, location of the tubes, snip, done. Piece of piss. Off the table after half an hour and home as soon as you've had your tea and toast.

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