Im 23 and have had enlarged testicular vaines(also known as Varicocele) in my left testical since i was 16. I have done some research on it after my wifes doctor gave me a brief diagnosis. He was very unhelpfull and i dont have insurence to get it checked yet. I recently in one occurence expeirenced some pain in that region durring sexual intercourse. I need some advice on the ricks and causes of this issue and if i should be worried enough to get it fixed. Thank you. Romeo0214View Thread
BMan. Im 23 and i am"cut." every male in my family gets it done when they are born. My take on your situation is simple...if it were myself in your shoes i would deffinatly get it done! To me it looks and seems cleaner than being uncut. my wife has been with one other guy and he was uncut, im the first she has been with that is....she prefers it over the uncut....mainly she says "SHE LOVES IT!!!" lol, Idk about the feeling or the sexual issues you may encounter after getting it done, my advise is to research it in depth and talk to your doctor about it more. all in all, Bman....im sure you and your women would have a huge change in your sex life and also think you will fell better and more comfortable about yourself and comfadence in bed.View Thread
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