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i believe my hypospadias repair failed . never been able to stand and void without a complete mess. i also have alot of scar tissue , within the scar tissue iam developing pin holes. what is sad is i didnt even know what it was called til my first physical for sports in high school .is there a risk that when they try to correct these pin holes that it will fail also . iam already borderline to being a hypospadias cripple . now i have trust issues i still cant even get myself to go to doctor to talk in person . i can only be humiliated so many times it already has damaged me pyscologicaly . iam still trying to get over fact that i voided better unrepaired . i dont know what to do
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