Saturday, November 04, 2017
Did you know that if you have kidney surgery, the doctor will place a 7- to 12-inch internal drainage tube called a "stent" in your ureter in order to ensure adequate urine flow between the kidney and the bladder? Did you know that six weeks after the surgery, the doctor has to pull the stent out through your penis hole while you're fully awake?
Surprisingly, not many people are fully aware of this. In fact, the average male citizen in the United States goes about his daily routine completely oblivious to the intricate details involved in a stent removal. Statistics show that in the average course of the day, most men simply eat breakfast, go to work, fulfill their deadlines, eat dinner, watch the news, and then jump into bed with their partner where they engage in wild, perverted, animal-like sex before falling asleep comfortably. Not once do they even think about the horrifying, painful, and bloody reality of having a medical tube pulled out of their penis hole. In fact, one almost gets the impression that they don't even want to think about it at all.
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