my husband just had a procedure done for stone removel.they left a stent in him for four days.will be removed by pulling a string left hanging out of his penis.the procedure was a ureteroscopy laser ablayion of stone(distal).my question is can he have sex with the stent in place? what does this stent look like(size and shape).the dr said he could remove it himself if he wanted.or go to dr to have it done.i believe we can do it but i'm not sure on how to do it.
If there is any doubt, I would confer with your urologist. A loose stent can cause some anatomical damage if removed incorrectly, so I would leave the complete removal of the stent to the urologist - especially if you aren't sure how to do it.
Regarding sex, I cannot comment on this without examination. I would ask your husband's urologist about this.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.
I just had my ostentatious removed by my urologist yesterday, I do not recommend doing this yourself because u can cause servitude of pain in ur penis. It only takes about two minutes and is the worst feeling u have ever felt.. and once the stent is out all 14" of it ur penis will burn and drip out blood for around 30-45 minutes! But once its out and the pain stops u feel almost "normal" again! Just think no matter what the pain from the stent is about half of the kidney stone pain!!!!! I was told to wait. 1-2 weeks before having sex or when the pain null and my urine is clear. But I couldn't wait and had oral sex with my wife today and wish I did wait. My *** was so painful and was full of blood and clots and it was like a water hose that wouldn't shut off. 2 gallons later my testicles are sore and the pain wont go away. Does anyone know how to fix this.. I am still slowly jizzing and the perks 10s are not helping!!!!
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