Phil will die of dysentery.
And even these surgeons can fuck up.-According to a friend who'd know, the best surgeons for this procedure are not in America, they're in Asia, and the people with the cash to make it happen have to go there to have the operation performed by the people who know what they're doing. It's an intensive, multiple week affair that is overseen by physicians trained in the matter.
Nah, plenty of people are diabetic.Phil said:...I am simply an outlier for healing slower and all the complications are hitting me in winter with the weather.
Thank you, but I don't need the alcohol. The knowledge that my money is being used for this just makes me swing my baseball bat harder into the skull of some tranny-antifa loser every time I'm cruising around in my Race War Van.To any Oregon Kiwis, please feel free to reach out to me. April is coming up, and if you give me an address, I'll gladly send you a fifth of Jameson to drink away the knowledge that your goddamn tax dollars are being spent on this farce. I know your income tax is a motherfucker, but I won't force you to be sober knowing that this is what it's going to.
Riding a bike is literally the primary example of skills you learn once and never need to learn again.The point of this story is even a pants pissing, dog shit eating, giggling R-etard didn't have to "re-learn" how to ride a bike after 15 years.
He's fucked. There's very little they can do. They could try something like they do for an FtM but it would be a completely nonfunctional dick, and they probably can't even do that because they're starting with a mangled butchery of flesh.I don't know about anything of this, but I'm guessing someone here is more knowledgeable, but if he does need a reversion what options do there even exist? I always thought it was a one way trip
Don't forget that anyone who pays Federal Taxes are having their money wasted on mall ninja weapons, Alibaba airsoft gear, and tard scribble tattoos. I guess it's only fair that in return Phil gives us frequent material to laugh at and ridicule.I feel bad for oregon niggas having their taxes pay for a tard to cut holes into his junk
And the fact that he was keeping it secret because he didnt want to be made fun of, so why the fuck did you start taking about it tard? You could have kept it completely secret, even the "revision" surgery.
And you will NEVER live a normal life, never. After you got a gash cut into your genitals you irrevocably worsened your life in every way imaginable. Especially how you even admit it hasn't helped much at all and has only become a nuisance.
Toren’s been whining about taking huge amounts of ibuprofen for the back pain he gets, being an old man. I suspect Phil is ripping him off.Ibuprofen isn't used to treat neurological pain. There's a particular class of medication that gets prescribed for nerve pain, but I'm not going to mention what it is because I don't feel like helping Phil with his pathetic lies. Also, 1000mg of Ibuprofen isn't exactly a heroic dose. Prescription strength for Ibuprofen is typically 400mg or 800mg per pill and often prescribed at 1600mg every 12 hours for pain. 1000mg sounds like Isaboy has a bottle of el cheapo store brand Ibuprofen, which is usually 200mg per pill, and figuring that 1000mg will sound like a big dose to let everyone know that he's "in serious pain".
Phil's not looking at a reversion/reversal, but rather a revision. That's where a surgeon goes back in to a prior surgical site to repair a problem that is due either to the original surgery not being performed up to par, or that arose due to complications post-op.I don't know about anything of this, but I'm guessing someone here is more knowledgeable, but if he does need a reversion what options do there even exist? I always thought it was a one way trip
And you're usually limited to the original quack who fucked it up, because nobody else wants to adopt the liability of doing surgery on someone else's fuckup.Phil's not looking at a reversion/reversal, but rather a revision. That's where a surgeon goes back in to a prior surgical site to repair a problem that is due either to the original surgery not being performed up to par, or that arose due to complications post-op.