Sunday, August 06, 2006

Things are going very well!

Healing up nicely, no rupturing and now things are looking a less scabby down there. It seems less likely that I am going to get scarring now, which is quite a relief. No pain any longer and walking is an act of ease again rather than a wary shuffle.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Goat said...

Aw, too bad. No lickable keloids on your scrotum. :P

Congratulations on being able to walk right again, and on your continued healing and health.

10:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello chap

Firstly, your written English is top notch, and I do hope you plan on making a living from it. I have read approximately 60% of your blog and managed to burst into spontaneous laughter at four or five different occasions.

Secondly and more importantly, however, is the main topic of your blog, phimosis (and Beaugé, of course). I am 29 years old and found out tonight that I unknowingly suffered from phimosis up to about age 22. At that point I became sexually active, and it was simply too painful - the foreskin did not retract over the glans at all. I decided to consult a doctor, who referred me to a specialist. The specialist did not diagnose phimosis at all, rather just neglect in stretching the foreskin in my teens. He did discuss the circumcision option with me, but he was not in favour of it. He proposed that I simply force the issue, and that the foreskin will tear, roll over the glans, and eventually heal. I followed his advice, and luckily had an understanding partner who accepted me, the frustration, the discomfort, and the blood. I will not go into how painful it was. It did tear, as promised, and I am now left with an unsightly (to say the least) foreskin. My penis will never win any beauty contests, and will continue to scare future sexual partners. Unfortunately.

Thus, doctors can be complete fools and I now go for at least two opinions on anything. Phimosis is real and not due to neglect, as I was led to believe. Thank you - I do hope that your blog will educate other men about this issue, and hopefully less and less of us will be as ignorant as I was.

Good luck and cheers.

A South African Sufferer

12:59 PM  
Blogger JaK said...

i am 15 years old and i realized that i have a mild case of phimosis. i need help before i become sexually active with my girlfriend/ future girlfriends. if u could juts give me your email or some way i could contact you that would be awesome. i really want to know how to heal this phimosis before it is too late.

6:55 PM  
Blogger Revamp said...

Hello there Jak, you can email me at icanseethehillsfromhere@gmail.com if you want.

I would suggest trying out the Beauge Method if it is only mild. Check out the rest of my blog or email me.


Hello chap

Firstly, your written English is top notch, and I do hope you plan on making a living from it. I have read approximately 60% of your blog and managed to burst into spontaneous laughter at four or five different occasions.


Why thank you!

I have little idea of what I am to do with myself in my later life but journalism seems to be the most favourable notion, so perhaps I shall!

Glad I provided you with some laughter and thank you for your kind words.


Secondly and more importantly, however, is the main topic of your blog, phimosis (and Beaugé, of course). I am 29 years old and found out tonight that I unknowingly suffered from phimosis up to about age 22. At that point I became sexually active, and it was simply too painful - the foreskin did not retract over the glans at all. I decided to consult a doctor, who referred me to a specialist. The specialist did not diagnose phimosis at all, rather just neglect in stretching the foreskin in my teens. He did discuss the circumcision option with me, but he was not in favour of it. He proposed that I simply force the issue, and that the foreskin will tear, roll over the glans, and eventually heal. I followed his advice, and luckily had an understanding partner who accepted me, the frustration, the discomfort, and the blood. I will not go into how painful it was. It did tear, as promised, and I am now left with an unsightly (to say the least) foreskin. My penis will never win any beauty contests, and will continue to scare future sexual partners. Unfortunately.

Thus, doctors can be complete fools and I now go for at least two opinions on anything. Phimosis is real and not due to neglect, as I was led to believe. Thank you - I do hope that your blog will educate other men about this issue, and hopefully less and less of us will be as ignorant as I was.

Good luck and cheers.


Ack!

That sounds really, really painful.

It seems like there really is a lot of ignorance among doctors over this issue, quite astounding levels of it actually.

Sorry to hear that you suffered as a consequence of it.

7:16 AM  
Blogger Revamp said...

Oh yes, and thanks Goat! :)

7:17 AM  

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