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Nov 2013
2:53pm, 18 Nov 2013
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I really shouldn't still be laughing but I am. Sorry McGoohan. :*-) *wipes tears from eyes* *carefully crosses legs*

Take it easy, lyeberunrunner. By the sound of it you really don't want an infection...
Nov 2013
5:17pm, 19 Nov 2013
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Leyburn, I had mine done for the second time in July this year, the first one failed in 2005. I wanted to run on the afternoon I had it done as I felt fine but Mrs J persuaded me not tot in case it was the aneasthetic still working. The follwing day and less than 24 hours later I ran 10k with compression shorts on and did not have a jot of discomfort. I am pleased to say it has worked this time.

I had a similar experience the first time but I wasn't a runner so didn't run, but I do recall going straight back to work and not suffering at all.

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i had the snip today and doc reckons no running for a week which seems abit extreme. i feel fine, i ...

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