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    stephen212 replied to a thread 37 years today! in Life
    I'll be arriving at 36 years in October, so a rounding error. Congrats on the ride and for keeping it mostly together.
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    I've been getting Botox since 2008, when it was still in clinical trials. Results vary but I get a solid year's worth of results, get re-treated...
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    Glad that you got examined. I would still encourage you to see a urologist. Having no sensation from below my injury level, I don't know whether any...
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    There's no substitute for a competent professional examination. Was this your first Botox procedure? Pain in your penis may be due to a urethritis --...
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    Might be a urethritis as a result of the new catheter. Two months hence I would think the Botox procedure is unrelated unless there was some trauma...
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    I'm putting this in a private message, because I don't want to hijack Old's tire q's. You said a presta has less moving parts than a schrader valve. I thought they had the same. Really the presta seems to have more. With its little screw on top.
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