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Author:  Vinnvinny [ 28 Aug 2010 19:41 ]
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msmobyru wrote:
Vinnvinny wrote:

Are you being serious?


Depends on your answer .. [confused.gif]

I'd always assumed that I'd left it too long and after nearly 10 years ....


On the basis of me not being convinced that you and Veta are considering a child, I will give you the short version. [thumbs.gif]

You are currently producing the same amount and quality of sperm as you would if you hadn't of gone under the knife. All the snip did was to stop your little Goodhew's escaping through their natural channels. Now they just get absorbed by your body.

A reversal 'simply' re-joins the tubes to allow your Duncan's to go the way they used to. How good a job Dr Plumber does will dictate how many fish join the egg race each time you have a happy ending. The more the fish you have, the more chance one meets up with an egg.

After my reversal I had a low fish count, around 80k per square something whereas a 'normal' bloke has around 250k. Having tried for a few months then we brought in some assistance in the form of ICSI, which was a new form of IVF. Prevously the method was to get loads of fish and mix them with some eggs and hope true love blossoms. With ICSI then the lab takes one fish and injects it into an egg and then the egg is put back. They recommended we put 3 back (same price :D) so we did and two fertilised hence my 1st set of twins.

During the next 2 years my wife pined for just one more kid. We ended up going through the same procedure but this time only 2 eggs were put back. Both got fertilised hence another set of twins. The irony to this tale is 6 moths after they were born my wife fell pregnant again, but this time naturally. There was no way she/we could of coped with 5 babies/toddlers so ...........

Hope that helps.

Dr Vinny [hi.gif]

Author:  msmobyru [ 28 Aug 2010 21:06 ]
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Hi Dr Vinny

Firstly, thx for taking the time to explain.. I think Veta might need convincing now - esp after a particular day a couple of weeks ago, with her sister and her nephew...

I confess it is me that may be the 'broody one' ..

I'm now going to read up on this - thoroughly

Author:  Vinnvinny [ 29 Aug 2010 08:02 ]
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msmobyru wrote:
Firstly, thx for taking the time to explain.. I think Veta might need convincing now - esp after a particular day a couple of weeks ago, with her sister and her nephew...


Are you going/able to elaborate? [veryhappy.gif]

msmobyru wrote:
I'm now going to read up on this - thoroughly


If it helps then the reversal is a bit painful for a few weeks and there's a lot of to'ing and fro'ing to clinics involved as egg collection, injecting and returning is all to do with 'timing'.

Author:  msmobyru [ 29 Aug 2010 09:57 ]
Post subject:  Re: Moby - how I got 'here'

msmobyru wrote:
Firstly, thx for taking the time to explain.. I think Veta might need convincing now - esp after a particular day a couple of weeks ago, with her sister and her nephew...


Vinnvinny wrote:
Are you going/able to elaborate? [veryhappy.gif]


nothing so 'interesting' - she was stuck in a small car with a bored five yr old who was unrestrained, and clambering, front-back to front and vice-versa, having tantrums.


She did mention she was glad she was glad that she didn't have to 'endure' that too often ( I've be having treatment ;) )

Vinnvinny wrote:
Re: Vasectomy reversal:
If it helps then the reversal is a bit painful for a few weeks and there's a lot of to'ing and fro'ing to clinics involved as egg collection, injecting and returning is all to do with 'timing'.


Hmm...

I reckon I'm in the 25% chance of success rate:(

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7948690.stm

Ah well, as the doc was about to cut the second Vas he DID say.. you ARE sure ? ....

Author:  Shadow [ 30 Aug 2010 12:06 ]
Post subject:  Re: Moby - how I got 'here'

Moby, there is always the milk man, the post man and the pool cleaner. [lol.gif]

Author:  msmobyru [ 30 Aug 2010 20:08 ]
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Shadow wrote:
Moby, there is always the milk man, the post man and the pool cleaner. [lol.gif]


and the carpet fitter, locksmith, and plumbers from Siberia ... [surprised.gif]

I'm seriously worried to know what this guy's got that I haven't ..

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Author:  Vinnvinny [ 30 Aug 2010 20:42 ]
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Shadow wrote:
Moby, there is always the milk man, the post man and the pool cleaner. [lol.gif]


Don't you just hate it when your pool cleaning guy is sniffing around your lady? I know I do. [angry.gif]

Author:  Turboguy [ 30 Aug 2010 20:59 ]
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Vinnvinny wrote:

Don't you just hate it when your pool cleaning guy is sniffing around your lady? I know I do. [angry.gif]


Yes, I really thought it was suspicious that the pool guy comes every two days to clean the pool. That just seems like it is too often. I mean if I had a pool maybe it would need cleaning that often but...........

Author:  msmobyru [ 31 Aug 2010 05:48 ]
Post subject:  Re: Moby - how I got 'here'

Jeez she's 'at it' , again.. ! [surprised.gif]

What they see in a guy with goofy teeth and a damp wooden home I'll never understand ...


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Author:  Markje [ 31 Aug 2010 06:35 ]
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small beaver? you must be talking 'bout the ladies then because that fat bugger is huge!!!!!

[rolf.gif]

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