Humiliation, Agony and Rolling Stones – Part 2

It’s been three years since I wrote the first part of this entry. Almost three years to the day that I discovered that once again I had kidney stones.

This is my 8th time around and it’s beginning to get old. The tell tale pain in my side coupled with a pain in my nuts similar to that felt ten minutes after being nut-checked, (Ladies, if you wanna know what that’s like, Women’s Health wrote about that here) is becoming such a part of my daily life that I’m actually gonna miss it when this one comes out.

This one has been a long time coming out. Nearly six months since an ultrasound saw it -and I waited at least four before I asked for a scan. Covid-19 has delayed my seeing a consultant but recent event have forced the issue. Turning 50, my impending divorce and having to work from home have all gotten in the way. I can’t put it off any longer. Its time. I made an appointment with the same specialist I saw the last time. I figured, he’s had my cock in his hands three times already, why not stick with who you know.

Tomorrow it’s CT scan time. See what damage has been caused this time. See if I get to have a camera shoved up my japs eye again or not. Given the choice of surgery or pushing it out myself, I’d go for surgery every time. And I don’t say that lightly.

One silver lining, in this heat and with bollocks that kill me at the slightest touch, I have a damn good excuse to walk around naked all day. One that I’m making best use of.

Wish me luck!

4 thoughts on “Humiliation, Agony and Rolling Stones – Part 2

  1. I wouldn’t normally tell you that I hope you have surgery (obviously!), but seeing your face in pain is excruciating. I really hope that tomorrow brings some clearer idea as to what will happen next, and that the stones are zapped, sooner rather than later. Anything is better than you being in agony for who knows how much longer. xx

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