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Potential DIY Castration Technique by Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 04:13:12 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So, I have been thinking about self-castration.
Actually removing the testicles surgically seems a bit technically difficult for me, so I've been thinking of alternative methods. One possibility is CaCl2 injection. But that would leave some remnant of the testicles which may not be ideal.

So the idea I am thinking of now is, threading a needle and thread through the scrotum, and tying off the spermatic cords so as to stop bloodflow to the testicles and cause them to die and be reabsorbed by the body. This seems minimally invasive and like something I could handle doing by myself, and presumably wouldn't leave a testicular remnant.

Has anyone ever heard of something like this? Have you done it yourself? What do you think of the risk of infection? Since the scrotum itself would still be alive and healthy, to me it seems like it might not be too big of a risk, but I could also take antibiotics while they are reabsorbed by the body to be safe.

Well, what are your thoughts? Does it seem feasible? Are there any risks besides infection to consider?
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 04:15:38 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For an example of this in the scientific literature:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17214824
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 04:19:15 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403289
The technique they used
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 05:44:49 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403289
Actually according to this it also leaves a remnant, at least after 30 days...
Still, seems potentially more effective and easier than CaCl2 injection or orchiectomy.
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Lydia Pingernad - Sat, 20 May 2017 06:08:53 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403288

i cant tell if im really high or you're really dumb.

First off.
>removing the testicles surgically seems a bit technically difficult for me
Why? i mean, is it more technically difficult than using a needle and thread?


Second off
>something I could handle doing by myself
Please go get a sewing needle and poke yourself in the arm for me, or better yet go sew a thread through the tip of your thumb, better yet, do you have any pubic hair? go get some tweezers and pluck out a single pubic hair from your ball sack. hurts, dont it?

The idea that you could do this by yourself is incredibly stupid, i feel dumb for even entertaining this idea.

like dont get me wrong, think about this logistically would you?

Maybe its easier to work out why you cant do it surgically and work from there rather than concocting fantasies of castrating yourself with a needle and thread,
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 06:45:36 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403292
>is it more technically difficult than using a needle and thread?
By far, yes. Removing them surgically us much more invasive; you have to cut the scrotum open with a scalpel, clamp or tie off off the spermatic cord, cut through the spermatic cord, remove the testicles, and then suture the scrotal incision. There may be stuff I am glossing over, but with all of that the risk of bloodloss as well as infection are both very high.

>Please go get a sewing needle and poke yourself in the arm for me, or better yet go sew a thread through the tip of your thumb, better yet, do you have any pubic hair? go get some tweezers and pluck out a single pubic hair from your ball sack. hurts, dont it?
I have a very high tolerance for pain that I have developed through introspection. I can pluck my pubic hairs without issue. And this technique is not even that invasive. I have self-injected hormones before. Pain isn't such a big problem once you understand it. Plus, I can take painkillers. You should meditate on pain.
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 06:47:09 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403293
>the risk of bloodloss as well as infection are both very high
I meant, relative to simply inserting a needle two times and tying the thread off around the spermatic cord.
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Lydia Pingernad - Sat, 20 May 2017 07:58:11 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403293

Okay okay okay, well how about this, rather than doing this yourself, go get a doctor to do it for you?

I mean i totally believe that you are impervious to pain due to meditation, but... maybe its a better idea to get a doctor to perform this operation on you rather than you doing a back yard job?

Preforming this procedure on yourself is asinine and i would not recommend you even attempt it. go find a doctor willing to perform this surgery on you, or heck go find a vet who does this procedure and have them do it for you, you wont even need to pay them money for anaesthetic you can just meditate.

Just dont do this by yourself.
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Hamilton Bardshaw - Sat, 20 May 2017 08:22:33 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403296
Going to a doctor would be expensive.
Well thanks for your concern in any case.
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Lydia Pingernad - Sat, 20 May 2017 08:41:44 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403297

So is your main issue here economic and you are just looking for a cheap method for castration or are you legitimitely concearned about bloodloss and infection?

how do you know it'll be expensive? get a quote? the most expensive thing out of most surgeries is anaesthetic, if you dont need it and you forego it, then it shouldn't be that bad.

Meditate on this issue, please, dont go doing medical procedures on yourself.
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Samuel Shittingfoot - Sun, 21 May 2017 05:08:24 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403298
Yes, economic. The price of doing it with a doctor is at least $1000. Personally I would rather save that money for FFS or other things that I can't do myself.
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Henry Pagglestone - Wed, 24 May 2017 11:26:23 EST ID:xdyltmvi No.403328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403288
well all these time and effort you put in to doing research for a life damaging self castration could be put into

learning how to make money online like maybe reselling on ebay or something.

tl;dr , use your energy to make more money
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Fanny Wunderwater - Fri, 26 May 2017 15:30:48 EST ID:YaxJc097 No.403344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People are just impatient and stupid. Do what you must and learn from it.
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Priscilla Blytheway - Mon, 29 May 2017 21:49:19 EST ID:elYEnzsG No.403372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403288
http://www.theriojournal.com/article/S0093-691X(14)00379-3/fulltext?cc=y=
http://www.bme.com/media/story/835758/?cat=extreme/nonsurg_saline
https://www.xtube.com/video-watch/nacl-injection-26016841>>403288>>403288
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Albert Goodlock - Wed, 31 May 2017 00:47:11 EST ID:307XJ0RK No.403392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403303

> Yes, economic. The price of doing it with a doctor is at least $1000. Personally I would rather save that money for FFS or other things that I can't do myself.

The weeks you spend in the nut hut after doing this when you gotta go to the ER and you get a psych eval is time you could have saved more than a thousand bux.
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Martha Mebberwill - Wed, 31 May 2017 14:56:04 EST ID:sG5BnVUz No.403399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403303
$1000 is chump change what the fuck
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Frederick Futtingforth - Wed, 31 May 2017 15:25:54 EST ID:/ygBDdZV No.403400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403399
>$1000 is chump change what the fuck
It's really not, even you're making good money.
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Sidney Fimblechet - Wed, 31 May 2017 16:17:34 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.403401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403400
perhaps they meant that, relevant to a medical procedure that would hopefully increase quality of life immensely, $1000 is chump change to pay for it relative to how much it could be
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Edwin Penkinfoot - Wed, 31 May 2017 18:29:54 EST ID:CSA2RC8K No.403403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403400

Poster of >>403399 dif IP.

I make the equiv of $11.59/h. $1738 in a 28 day month without overtime. It's unreal to me or anyone with a job and without children or something is unable to save $1000 in a month, fuck it, 700.

I'm jew af, because I'm saving for FFS too, i rent a room in someone elses house at market rate (South East England, purty $$) and i eat lentils and beans, cycle everywhere, i have no semblance of a social life because everyone is such a materialistic fuck who thinks they need to spend to have fun

it's shit

but for something i want, what you want, it's worth it. or i hope it is atleast.

$1000 is not a lot of money. from both perspectives. it's not a dent in the 40k+ bill im expecting and it's not the kind of money that'd make me risk my chances of surgery for

maybe i'm sheltered, my own doing, but there /must/ be cuts you can make to save even half of that. antiandrogens are cheap. why bother?
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Basil Dodgebad - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 07:30:37 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403403
I'm also saving for FFS.
Since I'm fairly confident in my ability to do this very simple procedure myself, I'd rather save the money.
Even if I wasn't saving for FFS, I'd still rather save myself $1000+ if possible.
It's like fixing your own sink versus hiring a plumber for $1000+.

If I decide to do it I'll probably let /cd/ know how it goes.
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Basil Dodgebad - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 07:36:11 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403403
>antiandrogens are cheap. why bother?
Save money in the long term, make HRT less logistically complicated, no AA side effects, no worrying about testosterone/residual testosterone effects even with AAs, easier to tuck.
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Albert Wecklebanks - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 21:56:30 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was really interested in those alcohol injections, seemed really simple and easy, but I have no idea where I would get a syringe. So, instead, over the course of a couple months I made calculated incisions into my scrotum with a scalpel, I don't know what I ended up cutting, I just bunched up a bunch of stringy veiny things and pushed through, but for each testicle I got a really huge bruise for a couple weeks and I noticed each testicle ended up shrinking a bit. I don't know if I should continue or cut my risks and be happy with the little progress I've made.
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Cedric Brashlut - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 00:09:06 EST ID:neYx9EYk No.403434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ctrl+f burdizzo

0 results

I am disappoint, seedy.
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Phyllis Pundlebig - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 06:20:22 EST ID:npJEuFvC No.403438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403432

You didn't know where to get a syringe so you cut your scrotum open? Amazon? A needle exchange? wtf
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Phoebe Hubblechick - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 08:07:54 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403432
Did you completely cut through/sever the stringy veiny things? Or just partially?
I'm thinking you might have cut the spermatic cord (pic related).
My impression was that cutting through it completely would lead to dangerous amounts of bleeding unless you had somehow clamped the blood flow or cauterized it.

So are your testicles just "free" in the scrotum now or are they still attached to the spermatic cord?

Did you notice any hormone-related changes?
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Albert Wecklebanks - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 09:14:37 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403439
My testicles are still attached they're just smaller and I noticed my cum is really watery now, there's a really hard tubey vein thing in each that seems impossible to push a regular knife through, I think that's the part that transfers cum or something, I think I mostly cut a bunch of veins and muscle, I'm still going in and feeling around for loose veins to push my knife through. It bleeds a lot but I usually just make a cut before bed and I've only gotten a little blood on my sheets.
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George Nattingspear - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 10:00:13 EST ID:1eaR+e9K No.403442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I probably need to castrate myself,way too many little Megrovinians swimming around down there.
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Reuben Blongerfoot - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 11:50:01 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.403444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403441
holy shit youre fucking insane

im ashamed to be trans because of fucking wackjobs like you
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Albert Wecklebanks - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 13:02:59 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403444
I'm insane? Please, I'm sure plenty of people would call you insane too.
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Reuben Blongerfoot - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 13:34:16 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.403446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403445
fair point
just why do that to yourself its so sketchy and dangerous and just go to a hospital :c
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Phoebe Hubblechick - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 19:44:45 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403441
Oh, I see, a little at a time.
Do you do anything to clean/sterilize the scalpel/skin before cutting or just cut and it's fine?
I'm surprised you can't cut though the central tube thing.
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Hannah Honeyfuck - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 21:09:18 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403448
I cleaned the scalpel once a long while ago, I haven't cleaned it at all since and it doesn't seem to make a difference, genitals are surprisingly resilient
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Walter Breffingwell - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 11:52:32 EST ID:rnZSN525 No.403478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403449

when you bullshit there's a line that'll give you away if it's crossed. try steer away from that next time
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Fucking Hurryhall - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 23:26:15 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403478
>you're lying because your experiences don't fit my preconceived notions of how things are supposed to work
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Frederick Candlecheg - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 23:48:39 EST ID:2k54T+z6 No.403480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403479
You're responding to a Hitlerian mindset.
There is nothing you can say or do to change their mind.
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Charles Blytheman - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 04:27:09 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403479

I think their criticism is more so that your personal experiences are non verifiable, even if you did do as you said you have provided no proof.

so if you wish to change the pre conceived notion you'd not only have to supply proof that you performed the operation but that you did nothing to clean the scalpel or skin and didnt experience any negative outcomes from doing so.
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Graham Worthinggold - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 14:27:40 EST ID:6Dcut3tO No.403499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403497
There's no reason for me to lie, this is an anonymous conversation, I have nothing to gain from lying, even if I posted a current picture there would be no way for me to prove I did anything I said. No one has any proof to my contrary, it's all just assumptions on their part. All I've garnered from my experience is that if you cut the veins in your scrotum it'll bleed a lot and your testicles will shrink and you won't bleed out or get an infection from a slightly unclean knife entering your body. What do you believe should happen?
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Hannah Doshteg - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 20:30:09 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403499

yawn/10.
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Caroline Favingwater - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:04:26 EST ID:uS+QKeYe No.403513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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if I elastrate what happens to the testicles? do I ever have to remove them? do they get all black and disgusting? I'm trying to find answers but I just find disgusting pictures of people hurting themselves
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Hamilton Brablingchudging - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:07:13 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403513

JUST GO TO A FUCKING DOCTOR STOP BEING A FUCKING INSANE PERSON.

Holy shit, if you find your testicles so repulsing go pawn some of your shit for cash and just buy it, take out a bank loan or something.
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Caroline Favingwater - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:54:25 EST ID:uS+QKeYe No.403515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403434
has anyone done this? I want to be castrated but looking at this for over an hour now is starting to give me a dull ache in my balls. I hate being trans so much
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Hamilton Brablingchudging - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:56:38 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403515

No and you shouldn't either, go talk to your doctor or psychologist or whoever is monitoring your transition.
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Shit Cranningmere - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 07:21:14 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403513
They will get black and disgusting then fall off, as far as I know.
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Henry Murdwell - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 12:20:00 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, just reporting that I tried this on one of my testicles yesterday.
It actually wasn't so painful; the most painful part was probably tying/tightening the suture thread. My testicle is now swollen. I'll report back later on.
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Shitting Horringwill - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 16:09:56 EST ID:YaxJc097 No.403609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403608
I'm starting to think trans is a mental illness.
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Hugh Dillyridge - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 19:41:27 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403609
a lot of trans people have underlying mental illnesses, additionally some "trans people" have mis diagnosed themselves and actually have other issues such as body dysmorphia which they incorrectly think makes them a tranny.

so yeah, trannies are stuffed full of mental illnesses.
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Hamilton Brinnerdatch - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 12:20:19 EST ID:vnNzdmPb No.403613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403609
Mental illnesses are just loose, nominal designations we give to mind states and behaviors that vaguely cluster together, characterized by being atypical or causing suffering for people who possess them. Gender dysphoria technically is, but not all trans people have it. Either way, if you genuinely think it's a mental illness, you should be sympathetic, and transitioning is simply the most effective way to improve their lives and stop them killing themselves. The only reason you and >>403610 say this kind of shit is to stigmatize an already alienated and hated group of people, something far more disgusting than doing shit to one's own body.
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Fuck Bablingford - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 12:20:26 EST ID:ZqSaR2ZU No.403614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403609
Mental illnesses are just loose, nominal designations we give to mind states and behaviors that vaguely cluster together, characterized by being atypical or causing suffering for people who possess them. Gender dysphoria technically is, but not all trans people have it. Either way, if you genuinely think it's a mental illness, you should be sympathetic, and transitioning is simply the most effective way to improve their lives and stop them killing themselves. The only reason you and >>403610 say this kind of shit is to stigmatize an already alienated and hated group of people, something far more disgusting than doing shit to one's own body.
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Phyllis Blarringhark - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 21:00:40 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403610

Mental illnesses are just loose, nominal designations we give to mind states and behaviors that vaguely cluster together, characterized by being atypical or causing suffering for people who possess them. Gender dysphoria technically is, but not all trans people have it. Either way, if you genuinely think it's a mental illness, you should be sympathetic, and transitioning is simply the most effective way to improve their lives and stop them killing themselves. The only reason you and >>403610 say this kind of shit is to stigmatize an already alienated and hated group of people, something far more disgusting than doing shit to one's own body.
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Hugh Credgenore - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 08:52:57 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403608

OP here.
For some reason when I did it I couldn't get the knot to pass through the first hole like I had envisioned; the knot stayed firmly above or just at the skin level. I think this might have been for one of two reasons:

Either
>The knot was too big to pass through the needle hole.
I selected a relatively thick thread (braided #2-0 absorbable) for this, thinking that thicker thread would last longer and be able to maintain the knot better. However this may have made the knot too big too pass through the hole, at least without causing a lot of pain (I know I said I didn't think pain would be a big issue but when I tried in vain to pull the knot through the hole it was pretty painful.).

or
>I somehow missed the original hole slightly on the second needle insertion.
I may have been slightly off from the original hole the second time I inserted the needle, leading to a tissue "bridge" under the knot that blocked the knot from being pulled into the hole.

In the first case using thinner thread than #2-0 may have made it easier, something to keep in mind if you do this yourself or if I do this to my other testicle.

Anyway, on day +2 after the procedure, the testicle and the corresponding side of scrotum were pretty swollen and thus tightly on the skin via the knot. I noticed a little bit of what seemed to be pus surrounding the knot/hole. So around 50-55 hours after the initial tying I messed with it a bit and semi-inadvertently removed the suture. I wondered if it had been tied long enough to kill off the testicle; when I squeezed it it was fairly numb, but there was some sensation of pain deep within the testicle (it had actually been like this since the first day), which led to me think some cells were still functioning within the testicle, closer to the blood supply.

According to this:
https://sci-hub.cc/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20705202
>[In the case of testicular torsion, t]here is a 90% chance of salvaging the testicle when ischemia has been present for less than 6 hours,which decreases to 50% at 12 hours and 10% at 24 hours.

So I figured 50+ hours of ligation should be enough to render the testicle "unsalvageable", assuming the ischemia I induced is akin in severity to that experienced in testicular torsion.

Anyway, the next day, I noticed what seemed like a hard/turgid "tube" or mass connecting the ligation site of the spermatic cord to the entry hole where the knot was tied. This tube seemed to be fusing the spermatic cord to the scrotal wall, which if not temporary would be non-ideal for me for aesthetic reasons as well as by making tucking more difficult. So, thinking that perhaps it was scar tissue (albeit earlier than I would have expected), i started squeezing the hard/turgid mass near where it was fused to the inner scrotal skin at the insertion site, thinking that massaging it, etc. would help to break up any scar tissue. After doing this for a bit, some pus/blood burst out of the hole (which hadn't sealed yet, which might also have been indicative of infection), and indeed it seemed to become somewhat less hard/turgid around the site. This made me think that there was a kind of abscess or series of "fused" abscesses connecting the spermatic cord to the needle insertion side on the scrotum. So today (day +5), I tried to see if I could drain any pus out of the presumed abscess by sticking a syringe needle into it, but nothing came out but blood, although my draining technique might not have been very good and perhaps I just failed to get the pus out. Hopefully, if it actually is pus filled, my multiple intrusions with the needle didn't spread pus everywhere, but it may just be turgid and inflamed or something. It would be good if the spermatic cord "unfused" from the scrotal wall at some point soon. If massaging the area doesn't fix it then I may try to mechanically separate the tissues myself somehow.

Anyway the swelling has gone down a decent bit since the first day, but it is still swollen and larger than it was prior to the procedure.

I will report back later.
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Hugh Credgenore - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 09:02:59 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403645
>Anyway the swelling has gone down a decent bit since the first day
Actually the swelling started to go down after I removed the suture on day +2, it seemed like.
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Hugh Credgenore - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 09:08:47 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403645
>the testicle and the corresponding side of scrotum were pretty swollen and thus tightly on the skin via the knot.
the testicle and the corresponding side of the scrotum were pretty swollen and thus pulling tightly on the skin via the knot.**
nb
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Hugh Credgenore - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 10:49:48 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403645
The "hard tube" thing might actually just be the spermatic cord itself which somehow became harder after ligation and somehow fused to the wall of the scrotum.
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Oliver Henkinlock - Sun, 09 Jul 2017 03:05:21 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403645

Okay it is now +8 days.
The swelling is basically gone, the testicle has reduced sensation and is about the size it was before the procedure. There spermatic cord is hard and still connected to the scrotum wall, but it seems like the hard part is shrinking and so I'll wait a bit to see if it detaches. If it doesn't I think I might try to use a needle to try to cut the connecting material.
I'm pretty sure there is no infection so that's good.
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Augustus Beffingway - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 05:57:38 EST ID:K+gmmw5s No.403667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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SUICIDE
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Sophie Mummlewodging - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 00:41:29 EST ID:1ThY+lo2 No.403701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
jesus fuck, guys/girls, really, it's insane to perform something like this on yourself. like i'm amazed at what i'm reading here, i'm not judging either but holy fuck. seek help or get a doctor to perform the procedure, you're risking a lot.
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Nell Somblefuck - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 00:51:47 EST ID:tp2tDv35 No.403702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403701
It's completely insane I agree. Orchidectomy is one of the cheapest trans surgeries. If you try it yourself you could really fuck up. Even trained surgeons don't perform surgeries on themselves. You can get the money it's not that hard don't fuck up your life.

Also earning money is extremely satisfying.
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Sophie Mummlewodging - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 00:57:59 EST ID:1ThY+lo2 No.403703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403702
it's just bonkers that some people are that 'impatient' that they'll cut their balls off with a fork from the kitchen. like jesus dick christ, for something as serious as this you'd think people would be smart enough to consider saving. nb
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Frederick Crinderwod - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 02:33:48 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403703

i tried to convince them not too but you know what it made me realise? you cant convince people of not doing things they want to do, because they always know better than people trying to tell them to not do things. it even made me realise how useless it is trying to tell people to think about transition before transitioning because people are going to do what they are going to do regardless of what you say to them.
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Ernest Gommerlock - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 05:44:31 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403703
>>403702
>>403701

And yet... it was very cheap to do and didn't cause any big problems.
So maybe your hysterics are unwarranted.
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Hedda Bunway - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 08:18:07 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403712

And yet... even if you were experiencing problems you wouldn't know because you arent a trained medical professional and further more even if you were, would you even come back and tell us that you had to go see a doctor? or would you never come back and make other trannies think its a smart thing to do because hey that one girl did it that one time and it worked out fine for her so it must be fine for all of us to do.

I dont know what your game is, but trying to get people to perform medical procedures on themselves when there is a incredibly cost effective and safe way to get the same outcome.
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Betsy Boblinglock - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 06:39:10 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403715
I'm reporting on what I decided to do and its outcome.
If that infringes on the rules of your neat little doctor-venerating helpless mental safe space then I can't fault you for getting upset.
However, chastising an alternate-reality version of myself who experienced serious complications for not reporting back seems a bit over-the-top don't you think?
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Archie Shakeridge - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 15:52:42 EST ID:cO4w7D41 No.403726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403703
If you save a dollar a day for like 10 years you could get this surgery. Not counting any interest or possible finance you could get from saving that amount of money.
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Ian Pummerwug - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 02:12:41 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403726

Which is a lot cheaper than saving a dollar a day for what? 50? 60 years? for SRS or FFS. Gosh how is anybody even staying alive for so long to get these surgeries saving a dollar a day? "its my 78th birthday and i can finally afford a vagina" no wonder there are so many late transitioners they are all keeping their dollars tucked away until they can afford surgeries.

>>403723

Actually im chastising this reality of you and the potential outcomes.would you have come back and said "i fucked up i didnt know what i was doing i got a massive infection and yeah, whoopsie hahaha", would you? because this is the internet, we dont know you.
Like, Does anybody even know you've done this on yourself? who are you going to talk to, to get a checkup? All you've talked about is you and your procedure and thats it, There is no follow ups there's no check-ups with a doctor there is no confirmation that it even was successful.

Id much rather outsiders come on here and see a bunch of bitchy dramaqueens then a bunch of insane trannies who cut their balls off and eat them, who go around performing surgeries on themselves with no practise and or guidance, who dont even try to get a job and become whores because no other option even occurred to them.

What example are we setting for younger trans people? how does the world see us and how do we want them to see us? are they going to look back on our generation of trannies and see what we see when we look at previous generations of trans people?
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Jack Fozzleshaw - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:32:49 EST ID:LwFEWFj3 No.403753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What example are we setting for younger trans people?

Oh go fuck yourself, if we gave a shit about setting examples for younger folks we wouldn't transition at all
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Betsy Cellydale - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 01:56:00 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP here. It's been 21 days. Not much has changed in the last week or so.
It is still slightly larger than the other testicle, and has greatly reduced pain sensitivity. The hardened spermatic cord tissue seems to have softened. The "strand" connecting the scrotal wall with the spermatic cord has thinned, but is still present, and makes it somewhat more difficult to tuck, although I can tuck again which is good. A bit ago I attempted to sever that strand using a needle, but it was difficult and didn't work. I may try to cut it with a scalpel. Maybe if that works I'll be tempted to cut the cord as well like >>403432 suggested.

In any case, it seems to me that since I can still induce pain in the affected testicle by squeezing it, that some of the cells are still alive.

So now I am considering trying CaCl2 injection to kill off the remaining cells.
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Edwin Gungerpog - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 08:36:22 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403753

Why not? do you really think people with gender identity disorders shouldnt transition?
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Jarvis Peblingtat - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 02:00:45 EST ID:cO4w7D41 No.403764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403761
This
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Basil Sebblesodge - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 18:21:18 EST ID:rbLuM2GE No.403766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403761
People with any kind of disorders need help, they're not called disorders for no reason. Fortunately you're in a place where encouraging disorders is acceptable so come at me.
I'm just here for them sweet gurls, in case you're wondering what I'm doing on this board.
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Shit Clacklebitch - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 19:36:59 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403766

Exactly, which is why medical professionals suggest transitioning for people with a gender identity disorder, because they need help overcoming the disorder.
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Samuel Hegglekare - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 20:23:34 EST ID:1ReuToDE No.403768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know that face, I used to talk to her back when she was just a cuteboy. Regarding GID, I don't personally view it as a disorder when considering myself. I could easily have a disordered way of thinking when it comes to gender and identity,but I don't. Though I do have other psychological issues I have to work through like anxiety and alcoholism.
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Ernest Hocklebanks - Thu, 27 Jul 2017 07:30:33 EST ID:cpe9C/2y No.403776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403767
>american "medical professionals"
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Isabella Bunspear - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 07:13:23 EST ID:X25cc0y8 No.403792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403767
Medical professionals in America are very well known for pushing treatment where they get more money vs. curing the actual illness/disorder/malady. I would think a pill that would help someone cope with their sex/gender alignment would be 1000000% more pleasant, reversible and helpful than pills you have to take every day AND irreversible surgery.
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James Pollerwater - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 15:23:55 EST ID:qG97QjBO No.403793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403792
Neither option is great, it's a clustering of fucks. Do you want to alter your mind, which is who you are, on an every day basis, or your body, which is what others see, on an every day basis? Until CRSPR CAS9 can just tell my body to nix that dix and turn into a vagina, I'll be in my closet. Ugh.
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John Huzzlehodging - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 20:34:45 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP here.
I injected about 1ml of saturated CaCl2 in ethanol into the testicle last night, 50 ml each into two different sites.

It didn't hurt much at first but the pain built up. I tried to meditate and it did help while I was meditating but when I stopped the pain returned. The pain made me want to throw up, so I made myself threw up, and that helped, but the pain built again so I took some painkillers and fell asleep. After waking up the pain is way down and is more bearable, but still present.
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Clara Sammerfuck - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 22:54:49 EST ID:qG97QjBO No.403796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403795
Well no one can ever say you didn't have the balls.
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Alice Feggledale - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 05:30:44 EST ID:1lH+AFeR No.403798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403795
Keep us posted.

>>403796
Had the balls.
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Phineas Worthingwater - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 08:57:24 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403792

yeah and right now that pill doesnt exist, im sure someone somewhere is working on it, but there isnt one currently available or atleast anything which does what it says it does.

Transition is the best option currently available and that doesnt even work all the time. There is no cure for trans people, yet, there is only treatment and transition is that treatment.
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Clara Sammerfuck - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 11:47:25 EST ID:qG97QjBO No.403800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403798
Yeah but didn't had the balls sounds dumb
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David Pickway - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 23:09:01 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403795
>>403798
The pain was the strongest in the day immediately following it, and became relatively mild by 3 days or so. It's now around 6 days since, and the pain is largely gone. The testicle is still swollen but the swelling seems to be going down.

If anyone does this themselves, I recommend doing it when you don't have much scheduled for the following 2 or 3 days, and have some painkillers available.
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Henry Bittingwell - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 01:47:09 EST ID:dZNLyWPn No.403833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403832
Where did you even get the information to do some demented shit like that?
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David Pickway - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 02:26:19 EST ID:2IbZEiEJ No.403834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403833
Following encoded clues in a 13th century biblical manuscript, I was led to the lowest forgotten depths of the Vatican catacombs. In a partially-collapsed tunnel, which I surmised to have predated the Punic Wars, a false wall gave way to a hidden stair, carved into the bedrock itself. I descended the stairs, and I came to a carved stone chamber. This chamber contained many writings and other artifacts, and among them, in an ornate bronze coffer, I found a papyrus scroll. On that scroll, written in Egyptian hieroglyphs, was the information I sought.
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Jack Bomblestock - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 19:02:32 EST ID:dZNLyWPn No.403839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403834
Okay Indiana Jane do tell me more.
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Ian Nemmledudge - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 11:01:47 EST ID:w9H7UP9G No.403872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP here.

The testicle is shrinking day by day and I expect it to be its previous size (pre-spermatic cord ligation) within a week or so. A portion of it has hardened up. I shall see if the rest of it hardens or what. If it completely hardens then I expect it might all be reabsorbed eventually. I'm still considering injecting again if some of it doesn't harden.

Also the scar tissue/"thread" connecting the scrotal wall to the testicle is still present, but I'm holding off on attempting to cut it while I see how the results of the injection go.
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Eliza Sullyshaw - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 16:57:07 EST ID:tQqx5HZ1 No.403873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403872
Castration is one of the safest procedures that can be preformed on the human body, testicles are basically removable. The man who shot Lincoln cut his off with a pair of scissors and went to breakfast. In Indonesia they used to just smear feces on the testes and have a dog bite them off.

Stop doing all these awful things to yourself and just cut them off. Brace the knife behind them and pretend you're pulling the ripcord on a parachute. Then just mix them into a bed of coals and for fucks sake go to the hospital to get cleaned up before you get and infection or some sort of neuropathy.
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Caroline Brumblehood - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 17:21:44 EST ID:uS+QKeYe No.403874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I really wish you didn't post this thread. Every couple of days I read about castration methods till I feel like I'm going to throw up from all the diagrams, cut open testicles and disgusting words I come across. I understand where you're coming from but this thought that if I can just put up with some pain I could be rid of those awful things but I'm very squeamish. Sometimes I band them for about an hour hoping it will do some permanent damage, they change colors and sometimes I think they are getting smaller but it might be in my head.

is the burdizzo the best way to go? I don't want to deal with blood
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Augustus Funningworth - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 18:26:29 EST ID:iqlPhmlb No.403875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403874
I kinda want to pay to have my balls cutoff.
That way I would nutless.
A nutless fuck.
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John Clapperspear - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 20:27:24 EST ID:YaxJc097 No.403876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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be careful
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Cedric Lightbanks - Mon, 14 Aug 2017 01:58:46 EST ID:iqlPhmlb No.403878 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403876
Fuck that shit.
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Jenny Mazzlefug - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 07:39:18 EST ID:W33OzG35 No.403879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403876

i should have kept this thread hidden.
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Edward Suvingket - Tue, 15 Aug 2017 16:44:41 EST ID:9jA0l6Cb No.403880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
CWC is that you? Holy that's an awful idea good lord let this be a troll thread.
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Oliver Dommleway - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 09:34:57 EST ID:w9H7UP9G No.403897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, the entire testicle seems to have hardened and is shrinking noticeably day by day. I would say it is now 2-3 times the volume of the other testicle. About one week ago it was probably 6 times the volume or so. At max swelling around 1 day after the injection it was probably somewhere around 25 times, for comparison. The surface is not smooth and seems to be convoluted/textured to an extent.

>>403873
CaCl2 injection seems relatively easier to do don't you think?
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Charlotte Gundleback - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 01:35:02 EST ID:A8QQgwz7 No.403904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nb that image ffs
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Rebecca Murdshaw - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 20:39:40 EST ID:C92IL3fX No.403969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403897
OMFG, I really really wish that you are a damn troll. Stop it right now and seek medical atention.

NOW.

Don't risk ruiining your entire life, you can be a beautiful person, or simply become satisfied with yourself, but is that how you will achieve it? Don't hurt yourself, honey :/
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Barnaby Higgleforth - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 19:27:50 EST ID:kAnNvJWr No.403981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403876
this cannot have anything to do with castration, surely, since theyre still..there...and everything
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John Sibblewill - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 10:08:05 EST ID:l7tD0dyt No.403985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fucking retards. Just take some spiro you fucking nauseating simpletons
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David Fedgewell - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 11:06:22 EST ID:5ITHJ/lc No.403998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Guys this is weird.

Stop being weird.
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David Dovinghall - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 12:35:44 EST ID:vgOW4sh5 No.404001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Cyril Pockdock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:35:03 EST ID:B5iQcwMj No.404119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WThPfTUXb3c

greetings i cut my balls off using this video as instruction, i did bleed alot more than the video shows, and before doing the stitching i did call an ambulance that took me to the hospital where they did the stiching,it hurt like hell and im wouldnt recomend it to anyone that dosent have pain tolerance that is through the roof. also, not having a second person to strech out the sack makes it alot harder.

just go to a doctor for it in my opinion, being that all of the methods in this thread will require a doctor to check up on you anyways.
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Molly Wittingstone - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:52:37 EST ID:DJMnN8vh No.404120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404119
Sad as it is I'm going to probably have my balls chopped off. Since SRS sucks dick. How much does Orcgie typically cost anyway?
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Cyril Pockdock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:53:16 EST ID:B5iQcwMj No.404121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404120
5000 dollaridoo's i heard
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Molly Wittingstone - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:55:04 EST ID:DJMnN8vh No.404123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404121
Yeah I have quite a chin and I need a nose job in addition to orchi. I'll likely skip fake tits and all of that's shit.
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Priscilla Bruttingwut - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 00:27:44 EST ID:WIMBg/Jo No.404127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404121
I paid $3500. General anesthesia, inguinal orchiectomy
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Isabella Gudgebanks - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 08:53:38 EST ID:9eihFdhN No.404194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404119
In that video it looks like they cut slightly off to the side of the midline. And it also looks like they used the same incision for both testicles, which makes sense but I was wondering, isn't there some kind of "divider" between them? I also wonder why they didn't cut off the cremaster muscle itself and instead took the cord out from the muscle layer first. Is that what you did? Did you cut to the side as well?
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Albert Hankinbitch - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 11:06:26 EST ID:WrU08+al No.404226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here.
The testicle wasn't shrinking as much as I was expecting so I just injected about 2 mL of the saturated solution of CaCl2 in ethanol. The pain is so far quite mild this time around, which makes sense due to the greatly decreased sensitivity of the testicle after the previous procedures.
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Matilda Mallerford - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 14:16:46 EST ID:gjPLkU7y No.404234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404226
Wow you reinjected salt into your balls.
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William Pindlestock - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 20:21:58 EST ID:c1pE4DhJ No.404243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what the fuck is going on here

taking a risk to kill yourself to save a few bucks is beyond fucked up

I wonder what a mess you made down there
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Basil Bassleshaw - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 15:42:23 EST ID:9Z+nhH7v No.404249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404243
if they arent trolls theyre sort of the outliers of transgender ppl that make us look nuts
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Phoebe Brullycocke - Fri, 01 Dec 2017 18:03:47 EST ID:aCItKe+7 No.404464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
any updates?
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Sidney Fottingfuck - Sun, 03 Dec 2017 07:42:08 EST ID:1sOfPx2F No.404471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404464
The pain ended up getting worse than I made it seem after that post but went down over a few days.
It's taking longer than expected to shrink but especially in the last week or so it seems to be getting smaller. I think it's mostly dead. I still haven't got a blood test to check my T levels. It'


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