Clay_Statue226 karma2018-07-21 18:55:01 UTC
So you are keeping your penis, but without testicles? Or do you plan to eventually remove that as well?
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Clay_Statue101 karma2013-05-26 11:12:47 UTC
You will either have a great career as an industrial chemist or a terrorist.
Clay_Statue77 karma2018-07-21 19:46:31 UTC
Thanks, I didn't mean offense by asking the question. Honestly curious.
If you like to top, how can you get hard without the testosterone from your testicles? Or am I misunderstanding the physiology?
Clay_Statue69 karma2016-02-02 01:59:15 UTC
I find that inches are good for general construction/carpentry where a tolerance of+/- 1/8" is sufficient. I find using fractions smaller than that are more difficult to remember and process simple arithmetic in my head, so I default to metric for woodworking and cabinetry.
Clay_Statue33 karma2015-07-06 06:28:58 UTC
I have exactly the same thing. I've lost 40% vision in my right eye before initially getting diagnosed, while my left eye remained fine for many years before the doctor decided to begin treating it as well. I've now had laser surgery in both my eyes and follow my eye-drop/appointment schedule religiously. I got it about 10 years ago in my early twenties and my pressures have been stable ever since, so I haven't had any further vision loss.
Considering that treatment was available to you, wtf did you ignore your doctors advice and not take your drops?!
Secondly: Technology keeps marching on. You are young enough now that you will probably die an old man with bionic eyeballs. You will regain your sight somebody, it is just a question of when.
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