triathlon training decreases fertility

a dilemma

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G-Sport    pirate
01/07/2009 at 08:43

2 weeks after the Vasectomy, having not tested the remaining ammunition for live ones., the wife had a c-section(child 3.): The doc said to her twice, while we have you opened up we can tie up your tubes for you. No we said this stupid looking Welsh husband next had a vasectomy two weeks ago!! So no need.

The doctor(female) looked at me like I was a superhero as a vasectomy in Italy is as rare as The Popes Offsprings.

 I still could cry about it now, 4 years later.

I agree IW´s first comment did have the taste of Oysters too it!(so I´m told.....cough)

01/07/2009 at 08:57
I dunno - ever since I had my vas I haven't seen any less in the way of "mess". having a vas only takes away the wigglywigglers not the seminal fluid......

still not quite in the Peter North league though......
seren nos    pirate
01/07/2009 at 08:59
isn't the wigglywiggler bits that get stuck in your teeth though
01/07/2009 at 09:13
never managed to reach my teeth........

oxymoron    pirate
01/07/2009 at 13:11
that reminds me of my male friend of mine who once commented on the taste, when questions as to how he knew, he replied "i was young, i didnt fully understand trajectory"
oxymoron    pirate
01/07/2009 at 13:55
it also reminds me that I meant to ask arctic lady whether or not vegans swallow
AndrewSmith    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:20

They would be very thin otherwise.

AndrewSmith    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:20
And hungry.
mellifera    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:28

vegan's do not eat animal products on the grounds of the suffereing caused to obtain them. i'm not sure that ejaculate really falls in to that category! (except, perhaps for GSPORT )

'tis quite a good excuse though.

oxymoron    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:37
i'm sure there are other animal products that also fall into that category?
mellifera    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:46

not that many - honey perhaps.

dairy would be out (where to the offspring go).

eggs possibly ok but they would need to be free range and vegans agree that this creates the potential for fertilisation.

what did you have in mind?

oxymoron    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:52
well, i was specifially thinking honey and also wondering whether milking is always cruel, i accept (on the basis that you told me so in Lanza!) that dairly farming is cruel, but is milking a cow always cruel?
01/07/2009 at 14:54

Have you ever seen a cow that's overdue for its milking??

seren nos    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:56

but surely cows are just like humans..............if you stop milking them then they will stop producing it so would only be painful for a short period JJ.......

I wouldn't like to be milked everyday just to save some money on the shopping bill

AndrewSmith    pirate
01/07/2009 at 14:57

Bouncing Barlist    pirate
01/07/2009 at 15:00
flyaway    pirate
01/07/2009 at 15:01

If you milked a high yielding cow 3 x a day, she would produce more milk than if her calf suckled her. But mellifera's point I think was more along the lines of the calf having to be seperated from its mum and either eaten, or raised from a bucket. I dont consider either cruel, but we're entitled to differ here.

Not sure what, if much, about sheep rearing is cruel though... no AI, no seperation, very little "pressure" to produce large numbers of offspring as 2 is the norm for a mules and they cant really raise 3....

flyaway    pirate
01/07/2009 at 15:02
(Not that you cant AI sheep, just that the vast majority of farmers dont)
Bouncing Barlist    pirate
01/07/2009 at 15:04
Setting sheep on fire and herding them with sheep dogs to make silly pictures is cruel.
Bouncing Barlist    pirate
01/07/2009 at 15:04
at night
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