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Thought i would share my recent experiences as i am about to go in for the 2nd part of surgery, to sew my penis back together which is great news. However i can't find very much info on this or people who have had it done.
In brief i will tell you what i have had done so far (in plain english where possible). It started by having an issue with going to the toilet, i would take a very long time as the stream was very thin, albeit very strong. it was found that i had a stricture in my penis which is simply a damaged part of tube which you pee out of. after an exporitory exam and xray it was suggested i needed a distal urethroplasty ( i am a fit and healthy, married 44 year old). The 1st stage went well and the only things to be aware of are erections while you are asleep, they are painful because your penis is heavily wrappoed in bandages and the erection has nowhere to go. Also your cheek get very sore where they take the skin graft and after 3 1/2 months its still 'lumpy' but im sure thsi will go down. the major shock was when they took the bandages off, good grief there is nothing that can prepare you for what your prozed possesion looks like, something similar to a split barbequed sausage is the only thing i can compare it to. looking after it and keeping it clean was quite simple and believe me you get used to what it looks like, although my wife hasn't!
Sorry for being to the point here but sex was quite simply out of the question but i'm sure if anyone was really desperate it would be possible. Masturbation is doable just to make sure the old chap still functions and although very strange it all works ok.
I work from home so was back in the office after a couple of days albeit sitting in a chair was not very comfortable. You can get back to normal life as soon as the cafater is out and the bandages are off, after about a week. You do however walk like a cowboy for a few weeks until you get comfortable with things.
I am about to go in again to have things sewn back together as the skin graft has taken well and peeing is over in a matter of seconds, just how it should be.
If anyone has gone through the 2nd stage i would love to hear about your experience and how quickly things heal.
Happy to answer any questions if anyone is about to go through it as it can be quite worrying.
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