Disaster may hit the planet, but we've had hundreds of millions of years of multicellular life, and humans are likely the most adaptable variety yet. I don't think there's any reason to suppose humans will be completely wiped out by any global-scale disaster that doesn't wipe out essentially all land-based life. We haven't had one of those kind of disasters yet, so I don't see it happening any time in the next 1000 years.
Yes, there will likely be a disaster of global proportions, and I sure don't want to be around for it. I seriously doubt, though, that it could be an extinction level event for humanity.
Just make sure it's with a good doctor, and a clean clinic. You don't want to get an infection in that area.
Definitely don't ignore this - the better your doctor, the easier your recovery will be.
Had mine at 25 - walked in, dropped the pants, lay down for about 10 minutes of Seinfeld. Took two Advil and got a ride home. Went to work the next day with no lasting pain or issues. Definitely no regrets.
I did go to a doctor who does only vasectomies though - dozens a days, so he's likely quite proficient at it compared to some.
Ellesmere island has around 150 people over 196,235sq km. Giant swaths of the north have absolutely no one living there at all. I haven't checked, but it wouldn't surprise me if you could draw out an area the size of texas with no one living there at all.
then selfies gone wrong kill more people than swimming in the ocean gone wrong
Except that they don't - because then you have to add in drownings, jellyfish attacks, lightning strikes, etc...
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