Does a vasectomy effect testosterone production
- 07-08-2006, 03:23 PM
Originally Posted by weihunglow
To procreate and multiply is one thing - to feed and school them and most of all give them your time is another. I did not just read this somewhere...I speak from experience.
Im on my fourth and last wife and my fourth and last child is two. And will be well cared for after I am gone. And I might add that with no help from the state.
God I hate when I rant it must be the excessive testosterone.
And hey - Hot Rocks, 500ml cyp a week is a load of testosterone. Watch your hematocrit & blood pressure.
- 11-17-2007, 06:01 PM
the post was about vasectomies...
As far as christianity goes... if you are a loose enough christian to think that divorce is acceptable, you should be a loose enough christian to get a vasectomy. If you really are a christian you should know what the Bible has to say about divorce.
That being said.... I do not consider myself a christian.... I consider myself a Deist.
11-17-2007, 10:51 PM
wow!... this is an old post... and i know this is a little off topic....DEIST??? ME TOO!!!
but, if I was on a 10 story ledge - hanging by my fingertips - I would probably pray....couldnt hurt.
11-17-2007, 11:14 PM
LOL...you know why this happens? its that darn thing at the bottom of the page that does "related topics" lol.... I always click it and read it and get caught up in it and then post and realize how old it is! OOPS
11-21-2007, 10:44 PM
first question i asked the doc and it does not affect it at all,if it did very few would have it done.
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